Annual Pluralism Lecture
In lieu of our postponed 8th #AnnualPluralismLecture, watch our highlights of some of the incredible #WordsofPluralism these pluralism thought leaders shared that can guide us as we move into #2021.
Check out the latest analysis on the Pluralism and the Pandemic portal exploring how to shift the economic narrative once and for all, from a shareholder-focused economy to one that values the stakeholder. (Illustration by Brandon Serbec)
Virtual Book Launch
Watch the Event
Watch the discussion about the new book, “Diversity, Violence, and Recognition”, from peacebuilding scholars, Elisabeth King and Cyrus Samii, about recognizing ethnic identity as a strategy for building peace.
Talking About Racism in the Classroom
Watch the recording of the “Talking About Racism in the Classroom” webinar, delivered on August 28th, and facilitated by Destine Lord.
Pluralism and the Pandemic
Announcing the launch of our newest digital initiative exploring the impacts of the pandemic from the perspective of pluralism.
Photo: People leaving Antananarivo, Madagascar, during COVID-19. Photo: World Bank/Henitsoa Rafalia
Check out the Centre’s new educational resources for high school teachers, including case studies and content from Portugal, Bolivia, Nigeria and Kenya.
Meredith Preston McGhie on Going Beyond Tolerance and Inclusivity
Remarks at Pre Expo 2020 Dubai
Meredith Preston McGhie considers the question: how can we foster a greater common understanding for more tolerant and inclusive societies?
New Board Member Announced
James Irungi Mwangi of Kenya joins the Centre’s Board of Directors.
The Pandemic in Latin America
New Articles and Interviews
Experts reflect on how the pandemic has impacted Latin America and how governments and communities are responding.
Meredith Preston McGhie Reflects on Mediation
In the latest episode of The Mediator’s Studio, Meredith Preston McGhie, Secreatary-General for the Global Centre for Pluralism gives us...
Are Museums Doing Enough to Address System Racism?
An interview with Aga Khan Museum Director and CEO Henry Kim
In conversation with Meredith Preston McGhie, Henry reflects on how arts and culture institutions like museums should respond to systemic racism.
Pluralism in a Fractured World: The Challenge of Our Times
An interview with Meredith Preston McGhie
Ms. Preston McGhie reflects on how pluralism contributes to conversations on systemic racism and marginalization around the world.