Inauguration of the
Justice M. L. Pendse Centre
for Cancer Survivors & Lifestyle Conditions
at the hands of
A Symposium on
Conflict Resolution – Internal and External
Most diseases in human beings are a result of internal stresses and conflicts in the human body. Similarly, most conflicts in a society are because of its inherent disputes that remain unresolved.
Conflicts create disharmony. Many a times we find them before the Court of Law to be adjudicated, however, one of the parties always remains unsatisfied. As the interpersonal dispute lingers on, it creates long term fault lines in society. On the other hand, if we can resolve these conflicts with participation of the individuals themselves, we may see a closure to the satisfaction of all the parties.
Yoga deals with understanding human psychology and provides means to minimise the development of internal conflicts, by helping bring clarity, harmony, and stability to the human mind.
Judicial Mediation helps parties to a dispute come to a resolution by helping them get clarity and providing them a path to take their decisions towards resolution of their conflict.
This symposium will discuss some of the fundamental issues related to conflict resolution, and how a synthesis can be achieved for finding both internal and external resolution.
Inauguration of the Symposium Conflict Resolution – Internal and External
Panel Discussion: Creating conducive grounds towards conflict resolution
Moderator: Ms. Tanu Mehta
Panel Discussion: Balancing the Emotional Mind and the Rational Mind
Panel Discussion: Balancing the Emotional Mind and the Rationale Mind
Moderator: Mr. Ashvin Bhalekar
Panel Discussion: Enabling Self-Reflection in Law and in Consciousness
Moderator: Mr. Abdul Nasir Shaikh
REGISTRATION TO SYMPOSIUM
Registration to Symposium
Registrations Free but Mandatory
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We appeal to individuals and institutions to join us and contribute in our humble endeavour for making the difference.
Your act of kindness and encouragement can bring about a lifestyle change across the globe towards a content and sustainable life.
We can co-create this journey of taking forward Swamiji’s legacy with your generous support and donations.
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