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Our Alumni

Our Alumni: Headliner
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Journey of Hope 2019 & 2021 participants

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Dr Lisa Adjei

London, UK

Racial reconciliation in the UK through Sankofa Collective 

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Logan McMenamie

Vancouver Island, British Columbia

Co-creating a center for reconciliation that promotes a shared understanding of history and generates a shared pursuit of a better future

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Rev Mark Nam

Bristol, UK

Inter-cultural reconciliation in the Church of England through The Teahouse

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Susannah Wade

New York, NY

Confronting unconscious bias and shaping a more accurate and generous understanding of our other

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Laura Cook

Essex, UK

Ecological peacemaking & reconciliation through storytelling with TedX Canvey Island

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Bill Shaw

Belfast

Reconciling communities in Belfast through 174 Trust

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Intercultural reconciliation in the church through worship and community building. 

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Peacemaking through reconciling people & communities to each other through mediation, coaching & conflict skills

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Oana Marian

Dublin

Peacemaking by compassionately reconciling people to their emotions about ecological & other crises 

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Peacemaking through reconciling churches to communities through cutting-edge research and insights into behavior change and effective communication.

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Cath Holywell

Derby

Reconciling misfits, outcasts (of all ages) and young homeless people to themselves, each other, family and God through co creating and participation within ‘The Journey Community’. 

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David Gould

Smethwick

Reconciling leaders of different faiths to each other through intentional friendship and community building. 

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 Reconciling the church with those for whom the church has not been a safe place, through provoking & promoting an inclusive theology and practice.

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Josh Askwith

Stockport

Reconciling Christian congregations through creating communities of learning, faith and hope

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Jess Foster

Birmingham

Reconciling faith communities through education and intentional friendship

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Jo Calladine

Manchester

Reconciling prisoners through chaplaincy and interfaith conversations

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Martin Anderson

Stockton-on-Tees

Reconciling young people to themselves through mentoring and spiritual development 

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Community conflict reconciliation through the Down Community in Belfast

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Kieran Bohan

Liverpool

Reconciling LGBTQIA+ Christians and mainstream Church through the Open Table Network, a partnership of affirming Christian worship communities

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Lucie Lunn

Ulverston

Peace & Reconciliation in the local church 

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Paul Jeffrey

Belfast

Personal reconciliation through prayer and contemplation in Belfast

Our Alumni: Meet the Team
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