- Quaker Contributions to building a Culture of Peace in an Unpeaceful world
- Observing the International Day Against Nuclear Tests.
- Love and Terror in the Third Reich:A Tale of Broken Integrity
- Submission to the Arms Amendment Bill Select Committee-New Zealand Parliament.
- Psychopathology and Politics: Attack Syria to divert attention at home.
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Category Archives: Inner and Outer Worlds
A Theory of Love for a slightly Broken World. Kevin P Clements Diane Ackerman says of love: “What a small word we use for an idea so immense and powerful, it has altered the flow of … Continue reading
The Anglican Church in England approves the ordination of women Bishops 25 years after the Church of the Province of New Zealand.
The Anglican Church in England approves the ordination of women Bishops 25 years after the Church of the Province of New Zealand. Kevin P Clements NCPACS, University of Otago The General Synod of the Anglican Church in England has … Continue reading
Overcoming the Politics of Fear: Living Adventurously in Aotearoa-New Zealand Kevin P Clements NCPACS, University of Otago Western democracies are facing a cruel dilemma. Instead of feeling secure in our affluence and generous in our disposition we feel insecure, fearful … Continue reading
When I was in Nepal a couple of weeks ago, John Paul gave me a copy of this lovely lecture that he gave at the 40th anniversary of the Department of Peace Studies at Bradford University. It is a wonderful … Continue reading