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educator , priest

Raymond Glen Helmick, American priest, educator. Joined Jesuit Order, 1949, ordained priest Roman Catholic Church, 1963. Mediation Northern Irish conflict, 1972-1981, 92—, Kurdish conflict, 1973-1981, 87—, Lebanese conflict, since 1982, Israeli-Palestinian conflict, since 1986, Balkan conflict, since 1995.

Background

Helmick, Raymond Glen was born on September 7, 1931 in Arlington, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Raymond Glen and Alice Cecilia (Clancy) Helmick.

Education

Bachelor, Boston College, 1956. Master of Arts in philosphy, Boston College, 1957. License philosphy, Weston College, 1957.

License theological, Hochschule St. Georgen, Frankfurt, 1964.

Career

Associate director Center for Human Rights and Responsibilities, London, 1973-1979, Institute Society Research, London, 1973-1979. Foundation, co-director Center of Concern for Human Dignity, 1979-1981. Senior associate Conflict Analysis Center, Washington, since 1982.

Professor of conflict resolution Boston College, since 1984. Senior associate Center Strategic and International Studies, Washington, 2000—2004. Faculty Rotary Peace Center, Chula Longkaru University, Bankok.

Executive communications United States Interreligious Communications for Peace in the Middle East, Seattle, since 1987, advisory board Organization for Human Rights in Iraq, Boston, since 1992. Board directors Refugee Immigrant Ministry, Boston. Vice president Consent of the Governed, 2005-2008.

Achievements

  • Joined Jesuit Order, 1949, ordained priest Roman Catholic Church, 1963.

Works

Membership

Mediation Northern Irish conflict, 1972-1981, 92—, Kurdish conflict, 1973-1981, 87—, Lebanese conflict, since 1982, Israeli-Palestinian conflict, since 1986, Balkan conflict, since 1995.

Connections

father:
Raymond Glen Helmick

mother:
Alice Cecilia (Clancy) Helmick