Spark M. Matsunaga Institute for Peace and Conflict Resolution
The Matsunaga Institute is a multi-disciplinary community of scholars, students, and practitioners who, through academic programs and outreach, promote cross-cultural understanding and collaborative problem-solving. Residing within the Public Policy Center, the Matsunaga Institute emphasizes critical thinking and collaboration to groom leaders to address contemporary and complex issues in Hawaiʻi, the Asia-Pacific region, and the world.
"If we want peace we must educate people to want peace."
Senator Spark M. Matsunaga
Thank you to everyone that joined us for our Cultural talk story series on "Reclaiming Our Children with Trisha Moquino and Joseph H. Suina." Recording available now at https://youtu.be/neLXee0Dg2U
Tuesday, June 29 at 5 PM Hawai'i time for a new monthly series, Bravethrough Live! Event will be live-streamed on the Matsunaga Institute FB Page. A recording will be available later in the week at https://www.youtube.com/c/MatsunagaInstituteforPeace.
"From #StopAsianHate to Cross-Racial Solidarity: Tributes & Lessons" with Rashida Tlaib, Maya Soetoro, Danny Glover, and Scott Kurashige
Wednesday, June 23 from 11 am – 12:30 pm Hawai’i time
Register at https://lnkd.in/g4fRB5y
"The Bravethrough Series: Courageous Conversations on Community" with Dr. Maya Soetoro-Ng. Come to the table with changemakers and influencers from the front lines of our communities. Link to series: https://soundcloud.com/ktuh/sets/bravethrough
Indigenous people play a vital role in environmental conservation. Join us and
@SparkMMatsunaga at the #24hour #globalpeaceconference as
we learn from the wisdom of indigenous communities from around the world!
Register for free at
Come join us at the #24hour #globalpeaceconference on 19 June for Courageous Conversations as @SparkMMatsunaga @EastWestCenter+@ceedsofpeace facilitate a highly interactive session on cross-cultural communication and dialogues.
Register for free at
Join us on Thursday, June 24 at 11 AM Hawai'i time for our Cultural talk story series on "Reclaiming Our Children" with Trisha Moquino and Joseph H. Suina.
Register at https://cochiti.eventbrite.com
#MatsunagaInstitute #WhatMovesYou #Indigenous #IndigenousRights #Education #NewMexico
Join us for the next Try Think: Hulihia conversation series Wednesday, May 23rd, 3:30-5pm HST
Register here: http://hihumanities.org/what-we-do/try-think/try-thinkhulihia
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