When a group wants more powers to govern themselves – as in South Sudan and Kosovo — can Christian principles help understand these conflicts and their possible resolution? Anne-Marie Gardner PhD will speak on “Resolving Self-Determination Conflicts” at a breakfast at Princeton United Methodist Church (PUMC) on Sunday, February 13, at 8 a.m.
The author of “Democratic Governance and Non-State Actors,” Gardner is an associate research scholar at the Princeton University’s Liechtenstein Institute on Self-Determination. Last summer she went to the Democratic Republic of Congo with a PUMC mission team working on behalf of the United Front Against Riverblindness.
The breakfast is sponsored by the United Methodist Men. A $5 donation is suggested; call 609-924-2613 for reservations or email firstname.lastname@example.org