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What does it mean to build trust in our communities during the covid19 crisis?
Photo credit: Nina Strehl Annika Erickson-Pearson is the Community and Communications Coordinator at the Geneva Peacebuilding Platform. She is...
Belonging to each other
Photo courtesy Miriam Nabarro, London ‘We belong to each other’: these old words of wisdom remind us to care for and to hold sacred all that unites...
Feeling where it hurts
Ruby Sales, civil rights-era luminary and leading theologian, once asked a young sex worker who was battling out her daily survival on the margins...
Courage (denoting the heart)
As I climbed the small flight of stairs on the Nice-Ventimiglia regional train, the rhythms of Naija’s summer hits wafted down. At the top, a young...
In the space of the unanswered question
‘What is this world, this period, this precise moment in which we are living?’ Opportunities to reflect critically on this question are always present, offering us pathways to engage in our world.
Disclose, diffuse, deny
Just two weeks ago, Disclose, an investigative journalism NGO, released ‘Made in France’, an exposé including...
Idealism as a subversive act
Lately, idealism has begun to feel like a form of rebellion, a subversive act to push back against the rising tides of cynicism and fear. As...
The Myth of International Protection
War and Survival in Congo