Lessons for a Peaceful Europe 100 years after World War 1


Have we learnt anything from the tragedy and legacy of the First World War? Are we condemned to repeat it in another form? Are we doing enough to keep the European project alive?


Glencree is delighted to join the German Embassy, the Lutheran Church in Ireland, the Goethe Institute and UCD in a stimulating seminar

Saturday 17th November 10.00am-3.00pm in the Newman Building, UCD.

Join Historians, Musicians, Europeans and Storytellers and engage in a stimulating discussion that will explore the lessons learnt from the past and the future of Germany and Ireland in Europe.

Free admission, but please register at:   rsvp@dubl.diplo.de



Circle Discussion, Ecumenical Service and a Wreath-laying Ceremony in Glencree

German Remembrance Day commemorates victims of war and violence. The annual commemorations are accompanied by an ecumenical service and a wreath-laying ceremony

Sunday 18th November 9.30am-1.45pm at Glencree Centre

In addition, the Glencree Centre for Peace and Reconciliation, the Lutheran Church in Ireland and the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany, are jointly hosting a circle discussion on “100 years after World War I: Lessons for a peaceful Europe” with members of the diplomatic, religious and military community in Ireland.

Free admission, but please register at:   rsvp@dubl.diplo.de

Invitation Seminar Europe 100 years after WWI UCD Dublin 17 November

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