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The Balkans, in particular, the turbulent ex-Yugoslav territory, have been among the most important world regions in Noam Chomsky’s political reflections and activism for decades.

Professor Davor Džalto was recently interviewed by 'Blic', the biggest daily newspaper in the South-Eastern Europe. Below is an excerpt from that interview and a link to the original article.

Dr. Davor Džalto (Program director and professor of Art History, Religious Studies, and the Master’s program in Peace Studies at AUR)  was a guest speaker at the International Conference on Religious Consciousness in a Post-Secular Society, held Dec. 12-15, 2017 in Moscow, Russia. 

Professor Davor Džalto is not only Director of the M.A. Peace Studies program and B.A. Arts History program at AUR but is also a world-renowned artist who has recently opened a new exhibition at the church Santa Maria della Pace in Rome. The exhibition features a number of new works by Professor Džalto and was officially opened by H.E. Msgr. Stanislav Hočevar, Archbishop and Metropolitan. 

September 21 is observed annually as the International Day of Peace. This year’s theme, the UN informs us, is “Together for Peace: Respect, Safety and Dignity for All.”

There is now ample evidence that food provisioning is a major determinant of the unprecedented and possibly irreversible changes in ecosystems.

11 Oct 2019, 9:00
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