Beyond Recovery: The Power of Pluralism in a Divided Age
Around the world, people are talking about recovery from the pandemic.
How do we push beyond recovery to repair major fault lines and build an equitable future for all?
On April 8, 2021, leading experts in conflict prevention, history and politics discussed how societies worldwide can take concrete steps to move towards a recovery that is more meaningful, tangible and sustainable for all.
We are delighted so many of you could join us for the virtual discussion with Dr. Comfort Ero, Dr. Wendell Nii Laryea Adjetey, and Ms. Kim Ghattas, Beyond Recovery: The Power of Pluralism in a Divided Age.
We’d love to hear your thoughts! We invite you to continue this conversation at pluralism.ca/beyond-recovery, where you can share your region’s key priorities and challenges for an equitable recovery.
Did you miss it? You can find the full recording and the highlight video below.
This event took place in English.
Dr. Comfort Ero
Interim Vice President and Africa Program Director, International Crisis Group
Speaking on recovery and conflict prevention
Dr. Wendell Nii Laryea Adjetey
Assistant Professor of U.S. and African Diaspora history, McGill University
Speaking on structural racism
Ms. Kim Ghattas
Emmy-award winning journalist and Senior Fellow at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Speaking on Middle East politics and accountability