At 54, Joseph Ndava didn't think he had much more to learn. A five-day workshop changed his mind.
Joseph currently lives in Hopley Farm, a settlement in Zimbabwe home to displaced people of many different political and social backgrounds, including survivors and perpetrators of violent conflict and people living with AIDS.
Publication by the ACTION Asia network on how to transform woundedness into a tool for peace. Include a keynote address by former staff member, Dekha Ibrahim Abdi on "Transforming our Woundedness for Peace."
Mekong Peace Journey participants from five countries meet on the banks of the Mekong River bordering Thailand and Laos.
On the banks of the Mekong River in a place where Thailand meets Laos, a group of 25 young people gathered to take part in the Mekong Peace Journey. Rejecting violence and discrimination, they developed a more profound understanding of identity based on love, friendship, and respect for diversity.
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