The Power of Hope: Thoughts on Peace and Human Rights in the Third Millennium

“The Power of Hope: Thoughts on Peace and Human Rights in the Third Millennium” is a dialogue between two high-profile activists and thinkers who discuss concrete ways on how we can shift to a world that prioritises justice and human dignity.

Adolfo Pérez Esquivel – Argentinian human rights activist and winner of the 1980 Nobel Peace Prize – played a vital role in resisting military dictatorship. Daisaku Ikeda is a peacebuilder, Buddhist philosopher, educator, author and poet as well as the founding president of Soka Gakkai International (SGI). The dialogue intertwines their rich personal experiences in the struggle for human rights with wider reflections on how to make the third millennium, the millennium of peace.

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