Joseph Camilleri is Emeritus Professor at La Trobe University, Melbourne, where he held the Chair in International Relations and was founding Director of the Centre for Dialogue. He is a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Social Sciences, chair of the Editorial Committee of the scholarly journal Global Change, Peace and Security, and adviser to Ideapod, a new web-based platform aimed at harnessing the power of ideas. His recent publications include The UN Alliance of Civilizations in Asia-South Pacific: Current Context and Future Pathways (2014), Culture, Religion and Conflict in Muslim Southeast Asia (2013), and Religion and Ethics in a Globalizing World: Conflict, Dialogue and Transformation (2011). He has convened several international dialogues and conferences on global governance and conflict resolution.
Contribution to Party Time?
If we want to avoid the exclusions that dominate politics today, robust intercultural dialogue must precede any new institutions.
Contribution to Roundtable on Human Rights
The seismic power shift underway with Asia’s rise urges cross-civilizational dialogue about the relationship between rights and responsibilities.
Dialogical Citizenship: Dancing Toward Solidarity
Our interdependent world demands stronger global governance rooted in a sense of global citizenship. Nurturing such an enlarged identity requires balancing universalism and pluralism through a dialogical process of reconciliation.