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MAOL event: Nelson Mandela and the Art of Ethical Leading

Charles Villa_Vicencio will address the MAOL Global Leadership Learning event Nov. 17.
Charles Villa_Vicencio will address the MAOL Global Leadership Learning event Nov. 17.
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Charles Villa-Vicencio, a global leader in justice and reconciliation, will present "Nelson Mandela and the Art of Ethical Leading" at the annual MAOL Global Leadership Learning Event on Monday, November 17.

The event is co-sponsored by St. Catherine University Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership (MAOL) program and Hamline University School of Law Dispute Resolution Institute.

Villa-Vicencio is a visiting professor at Georgetown University in the Conflict Resolution Program and a senior research fellow at the Institute of Justice and Reconciliation in Cape Town, South Africa. Previously, he served as the national research director in the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of South Africa following the dismantling of Apartheid, and as professor of religion and society at the University of Cape Town.

Villa-Vicencio advises countries around the world on rebuilding their societies follow-
ing internal conflict. His work in transitional justice and social transformation has focused on the African continent, with peace-building work in Rwanda, Burundi, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Sudan, Mozambique, Zimbabwe and the Afro-Arab Spring countries. He has consulted on political conflict in the Spanish Basque country, Sir Lanka, Peru and Colombia.

Villa-Vicencio’s books include Walk with Us and Listen: Political Reconciliation in Africa and Conversations in Transition: The South African Story.

EVENT DETAILS

Monday, November 17, 2014

"Nelson Mandela and the Art of Ethical Leading"

6:30 – 7 p.m. Reception
7 – 8:30 p.m. Program
8:30 – 9 p.m. Reception

Rauenhorst Ballroom, Coeur de Catherine
St. Paul campus

Cost: $20 — limited seating; please reserve online by November 10.


-- Republished from the fall 2014 MAOL newsletter, Leading Edge


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Oct. 6, 2014 by Pauline Oo

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