Ukraine: Rethinking Global Security–Saving Humanity and Planet Earth


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Saving Humanity and Planet Earth (SHAPE) is an initiative to address the multiple crises that have brought us to the brink of the precipice. This, our second webinar to be held on 22/23 February 2023, draws lessons from the Ukraine war and sets new pathways to global security. Moderated by Professor Joseph Camilleri.

Thursday 23rd February 2023. Time: London 08:00 – Paris/Algiers 09:00 – Cairo 10:00 – Moscow 11:00 – Ankara 12:00 – New Delhi 13:30 – Kuala Lumpur/Shanghai 16:00 – Tokyo 17:00 – Melbourne 19:00 – Fiji 20:00 – Auckland 21:00 – Honolulu 22:00 – Los Angeles/Vancouver 0:00 Midnight (Wednesday).

Feb 23, 2023 07:00 PM in Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

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photo of MODERATOR: Emeritus Professor Joseph Camilleri

MODERATOR: Emeritus Professor Joseph Camilleri La Trobe University, Melbourne; Fellow, Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia; Convener, Conversation at the Crossroads


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Professor Richard Falk Emeritus Professor of International Law, Princeton University; Chair of Global Law, Queen Mary University London

photo of Professor Kishore Mahbubani

Professor Kishore Mahbubani Founding Dean, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore

photo of Dr Kate Hudson

Dr Kate Hudson General Secretary, Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND), academic and  author

photo of Wei Yu

Wei Yu Codepink, Coordinator “China is Not Our Enemy” campaign


photo of Dr Chandra Muzaffar

Dr Chandra Muzaffar Former Professor of Global Studies, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Penang; President of the International Movement for a Just World


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Paulina Chan Programming Director, Canada China Forum

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2 Responses to “Ukraine: Rethinking Global Security–Saving Humanity and Planet Earth”

  1. Anthony Judge says:

    Yet another gathering of wonderful people to dialogue on the intractable challenges of global civilization. Tragically a historical perspective would show that we have of course been here before.

    Cooperation and its Failures: from the 1960s through the 1980s (; Collective Learning from Calls for Global Action ( What has been learned about the process? What did not work and why? Why does the new invitation not indicate how it will differ from the many honourable efforts of the past — of seemingly unmemorable significance? Another call to dialogue with no indication of the method to be employed?

    Maybe yet another case of what Johan Galtung termed the standard conference contract: I get to listen to your s*** for 10 minutes and then you commit to listening to my s*** for 10 minutes? Does the webinar format avoid past difficulties — as challenged separately (From Zoom Organization to Zome Configuration and Dynamics,

    Dangerous overconfidence and overoptimism? Oh for the perspective of the poet John Keats on negative capability ( Most problematic — is it possible that the dialogue method as currently practiced is as much part of the problem as of the solution it claims to address?

  2. Suryanath Prasad says:

    Man-Making Universal Education for Justice and Peace
    EDUCATION, 31 Jan 2022
    Dr. Surya Nath Prasad – TRANSCEND Media Service

    Also Refer to:
    Financing Higher Education to Build Non-Exploitative Society for Peace
    By Surya Nath Prasad, Ph.D.
    University News – A Weekly Journal of Higher Education, Vol. 42, No. 52, Dec. 27, 2