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The GHfP Institute’s research investigation in the field of governance has been directed at articulating conceptual underpinnings of politics based on clear epistemological, phenomenological and hermeneutical principles.

This is where we believe Deep Dialogue would make a significant difference.

Integrating dialogue in governance can help challenge commonly held assumptions about socioeconomic, political and security issues. Equally, it is important to bring leaders and decision-makers together to identify fundamental questions about governance processes, and set challenges for future dialogue and inquiry at local, national, international and global level.

Currently, our team is exploring:

Given that these processes tend to involve people insofar as they occupy a well-defined role for a state or a state-like organisation and given that deep dialogue involves or aims for a transformative understanding between persons as such, what practices are most helpful in transcending roles, allegiances and positions? Additionally, the GHFP has interest in what part dialogue plays in ensuring openness, harmony and concerted effort for global common good.

International Symposium on “Revisiting Theories and Practices of Endogenous Governance in Africa“, Co-Convened by Afrospectives and Global Humanity for Peace Institute will held on Zoom on 11-12 May 2022. The panellists and participants will:

Refer to our Events page for further detail.

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