About the Lecture
Leadership for Social Reconciliation
Social reconciliation—rebuilding societies after conflict or authoritarian rule—has become a major priority in many parts of the world. Likewise, it often also entails helping populations move through letting go of a past that is no longer viable in order to go toward a future yet only partially imagined. In the past two decades, a great deal has been learned about social reconciliation’s dynamics and prospects. This lecture will explore the larger frames of vision needed to facilitate such change, the special skills required for leading processes within that change, and the personal qualities of the leader necessary for bringing about social reconciliation.
About the Speaker
Robert Schreiter, C.PP.S., is Vatican Council II Professor of theology at the Catholic Theological Union in Chicago. He has been involved in situations of social reconciliation on all six continents, working in both religious and secular settings.
He has held guest professorships in Germany and the Netherlands, and has lectured in more than fifty countries.
Among his eighteen books are Reconciliation: Mission and Ministry in a Changing Social Order, Reconciliation as Model of Mission and (forthcoming) Roads of Reconciliation: Rebuilding Communities and Societies in the Twenty-First Century.
Thursday, November 7, 2013 10:00 a.m.
College of Law, RDB 1000 Florida International University
Modesto A. Maidique Campus
11200 SW 8 Street, Miami, Florida 33199
The Leadership Lectures are presented with the generous support of Mercantil Bank.
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