This year's Annual Pluralism Lecture will feature Justice Albie Sachs on the battle for the South African Constitution.
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The Tunisian National Dialogue Quartet is awarded a Nobel Peace Prize for its "decisive contribution" to securing a peaceful democratic transition in Tunisia. Read more >
The Global Centre for Pluralism is hiring new staff
The Global Centre for Pluralism is hiring and looking to fill open positions. Be part of a high performing team and work towards advancing respect for diversity as a new global ethic. Find out more here.
A claimed caliphate, in name only
Read the Globe and Mail op-ed by the Centre's director, Dr. Azim Nanji, and Secretary General, John McNee, on the misrepresentation of the caliphate by ISIS. Read the article here.
Workshops in Kyrgyzstan: Process, Perspectives and Practice
In October, program staff travelled to Kyrgyzstan to deliver a series of workshops to assist participants from international organizations and local NGOs understand how to apply pluralism concepts and content to their community-driven development and peace-building initiatives. Read more about this new initiative.
The Centre's Secretary General speaks to International IDEA
"A country’s success in the future will depend on its ability to deal with pluralism.” The Centre’s Secretary General John McNee was in Stockholm on September 21 speaking to International IDEA about diversity, pluralism and democratic transitions.
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His Highness the Aga Khan speaks at the Athens Democracy Forum
On the role of pluralism in supporting democracy, His Highness said, “At the heart of a democratic ethic is a commitment to genuine dialogue to achieve a better quality of life, even across new barriers of distance and diversity.”
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Read the Global Centre for Pluralism's 2014 Annual Report
The Annual Report features highlights of our programming in 2014 and presents an update on the performance of the Centre’s endowment fund.