The presentation begins with viewing a section of the documentary, Soldiers Without Guns: The Story of Unsung Kiwi Heroes. A panel discussion afterwards will explore the following: The Just War tradition focuses on applying military power carefully to sustain relative goods in the face of greater evils. The ethical framework of Just Peace focuses on developing skills to engage conflict constructively, break cycles of violence, and build a more sustainable just peace. The international community must better understand and properly advocate regarding decision making, the human cost, and the moral consequences attached to the use of coercive and deadly force, especially the impact of war on civilian populations. This is necessary so security and liberty, as well as justice
and peace, can prosper together.