Terry Waite has led a remarkable life as a diplomat and a humanitarian. A world-renowned agent of peace, he is a testament to the power and resilience of the human spirit. Long devoted to humanitarian causes, inter-cultural relations, and conflict resolution, Waite garnered international recognition in the 1980s when, serving as a special envoy to the Archbishop of Canterbury, he successfully negotiated the release of hostages in Iran and Libya. (from speakers.co.uk)

 Terry Waite is the current scholar-in-residence for Lipscomb's Institute for Conflict Managment. Watch two of Terry Waite's presentations from the ICM Symposium here: 




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