Reconciliation

 

Sarah Peterson describes the process of "social reconstruction" (that is, reconciliation) which must parallel physical reconstruction in the "post-conflict" stage.
Louise Diamond comes from a spiritual background and brings this to bear on her work, which she sees as a kind of "national therapy."
Indira Kajosevic talks about RACOON's work with trauma victims from the Balkans.
Louise Diamond talks about a transformative inter-ethnic dialogue that took place in Bosnia.
John Katungaof Nairobi Peace Initiative (NPI) discusses efforts at rehabilitation and reconciliation after ethnic conflict through community mediation. Examples are drawn from Kenya.
Mark Amstutz, a professor at Wheaton College, describes how truth-seeking can be a crucial part of social healing after conflict.
Ray Shonholtz describes the San Francisco Community Mediation Boards as conciliation processes.
Onaje Mu'id, MSW and CASAC (Credentialed Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Counselor) with the Practioners Research and Scholarship Institute (PRASI), calls for a plebiscite to determine the relationship people of African descent should have with the USA.
Onaje Mu'id, MSW and CASAC (Credentialed Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Counselor) with the Practioners Research and Scholarship Institute (PRASI), describes the need for some sort of reconciliation amongst the nations or races of the world, but the question relates to ripeness.
Mark Amstutz, a professor at Wheaton College, describes how truth-seeking can be a crucial part of social healing after conflict.
Ron Fisher, of American University, talks about the need to rebuild relationships in Cyprus to bring about reconciliation.