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 Doing social justice: the relevance of Social Analysis for today

Featuring

Peter Henriot SJ and Frank Brennan SJ

Free lecture
12 noon - 1.30pm, 12 May 2006
Gleeson Auditorium, Australian Catholic University, Strathfield (NSW)

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When Peter Henriot SJ first published (with Joe Holland) his book Social Analysis, the Cold War and liberation theology were at their peak. The basic tool of the "pastoral circle" articulated in this book became a benchmark presentation of a methodology used by thousands of conscientious Catholics worldwide. The Cold War has since ended and social justice appears to be on the retreat in Australia. Is this practical approach to doing justice still relevant in today's age of globalisation and terror? How might we apply it to the Australian context? Can this tool be refashioned as a universal model of social action for all?

 

Peter Henriot SJ Speaker
Peter Henriot SJ, now living in Zambia, is director of the Jesuit Centre for Theological Reflection (JCTR) in Lusaka, and former director of the Washington-based Center of Concern. His latest book (which he coedited) is Pastoral Circle Revisited: A Critical Quest for Truth and Transformation (2005).
Frank Brennan SJ Respondent
Frank Brennan SJ AO, Uniya's founding director, is professor of law in the Institute of Legal Studies at the Australian Catholic University, and professor of human rights and social justice at the University of Notre Dame Australia.

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This event is free but booking is required. Enquiries and booking:
Uniya on (02) 9356 3888 or

For people in Melbourne and Brisbane - Peter Henriot will also visit Melbourne and Brisbane as part of the Jesuit Jubilee events. For more details, see the latest issue of Province Express.

 

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