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Tuesday, November 8, 2016
Hope in Jarva

Last year 160,000 people sought asylum in Sweden, which has welcomed more refugees and migrants in proportion to its population than any other country in Europe. Stockholm is the fastest growing city in Europe. Rob Corcoran spent a week in Stockholm leading a workshop and meeting with community leaders.

Friday, September 16, 2016
The Atlantic interview

"Start with simple questions, and establish a baseline of trust." This interview with Tee Turner, director of reconciliation programs for Hope in the Cities, is republished with permission from The Atlantic.

Tuesday, September 13, 2016
Patrick MacNamara with Caux Scholars in Afghanistan

"Twice in the past year, I have traveled to Afghanistan. Both times I re-connected with two of the best and brightest Caux Scholars," writes Patrick MacNamara.

Thursday, September 8, 2016
Visitors from Annapolis, MD

Community leaders across the country are looking to Richmond’s work of racial reconciliation, inclusive dialogue and trustbuilding.

Tuesday, September 6, 2016
Living Peace

“People are everything,” said Gill Hicks, a woman who lost both legs in a suicide bombing in London. Gill shared her wisdom and compelling story with 200 of us from 43 countries attending the Creators of Peace conference in Caux, Switzerland.

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