Peace Center

The Lane Peace Center is committed to fostering peace in ourselves, our community, nation and world. The Lane Peace Center is founded on the understanding that peace is rooted in social, economic, political, racial and environmental justice.


UPCOMING EVENTS


8th Annual Peace Symposium   

Thursday, April 30, 2015    

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INDIGENOUS PERSPECTIVES 
ON PEACE & JUSTICE

Featuring:

Suzan Harjo - Recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom.

Dennis Martinez -
Recipient of the Ecotrust Indigenous Conservation Leadership Award for Pacific North America.

Symposium Poster

Details and Schedule

This event is FREE and open to the public.  
We will also be live streamed here.

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Guest Speaker:

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Geshe Thupten Jinpa Langri, PhD

Fearlessness and Compassion

Co-sponsored with the
Palmo Center for Peace and Education

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Poster

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This event is free 
for students

Details and Schedule

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Recent Presentations

Click an image to watch a video of the Lane Peace Symposium Presentation.

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Visit the Lane Peace Center video archive where you can watch videos of many of the speakers featured at our previous Peace Symposiums. We will also be live-streaming many of our events.

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Lane Peace Center Video Archive        Live Stream Peace Center Event


Fostering Peace Through Education

Peace Center Poster - Ade, from NigeriaPeace Center poster - Amy, from U.S.A.Peace Center poster - Brijesh, from South Africapeace poster, Christina from philipinespeace poster, Laraib from Pakistanpeace poster - Moustafa from Lebanon

These posters are entries from the Lions International Peace Poster Contest. Click to view larger image. From left to right: Ade from Nigeria, Amy from U.S.A., Brijesh from South Africa, Christina from Philippines, Laraib from Pakistan, Moustafa from Lebanon