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  • Selkirk College welcomed Restorative Justice advocate Katy Hutchinson to Nelson.

  • Unarmed Civilian Peacekeeping uses the principles of nonviolence to protect civilians around the world.

  • Our alumni are making a difference around the world.

  • Indigenous Leader Wab Kinew was a guest of Selkirk College.

  • World peace will come - not through one simple act but as a final outcome of smaller undertakings.

  • Our Mir Lecture series attracts some prestigious speakers known for their activism on the world stage.

  • We strive toward understanding and building cultures of peace through learning.

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Mir Events

Nov. 21


The Mir Centre for Peace & Nelson Restorative Justice welcome Shannon Moroney who will share her perspective on grief, judgment, stigma, and criminal justice reform.




From heartbreak to hope...


Shannon Moroney was a high school guidance counsellor in 2005 when violence tore her life apart. Her husband was arrested after confessing to the sexual assault and kidnapping of two women. Shannon faced... SEE DETAILS »

Nov. 22


The Mir Centre for Peace welcomes Shannon Moroney to the Castlegar Campus to share her perspective on grief, judgment, stigma, and criminal justice reform.




From heartbreak to hope...


Shannon Moroney was a high school guidance counsellor in 2005 when violence tore her life apart. Her husband was arrested after confessing to the sexual assault and kidnapping of two women. Shannon faced difficult choices as... SEE DETAILS »