Tag: Nepal

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May 10, 2015

To truly meet each other “that mysterious junction of suffering and love could well be the most truthful and potent place.”

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April 30, 2015

We are inextricably entwined with each other. Omid Safi sees the pain and suffering of two tragedies — in Nepal and in Baltimore — and appeals to all of us to embody the ethics of a natural tragedy, reaching out in compassion, when we’re faced with man-made destruction and systemic corruption.

In Kanchanpur, Nepal, two facilitators take part in a community process to work on a conflict between Forest User Groups (young woman standing) and several groups of "encroachers" including a landless group and a Kamaiya (young man standing), or bonded laborers.
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July 15, 2010

John Paul Lederach is one of the most esteemed names in conflict mediation in the world today. He is also…

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July 9, 2010

John Paul Lederach is a peacebuilder who has worked on five continents and in over 25 countries. He travels four…

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November 22, 2009

Children at a Nepalese “bamboo school” discover new joy in the act of flying kites from children in Canada.