Why are many people all over the world paying attention to the subject of "reconciliation"? This introductory course explores several themes of reconciliation including apologies, forgiveness and justice. Learn about the differences between true and false apologies. Explore what forgiveness is - and what it isn't. Consider how truth, mercy, justice and peace all play essential parts in true reconciliation.
Time: May be arranged to suit particular needs.
Location: By arrangement anywhere in the world
Fees: By arrangement with the co-sponsoring organization
Presenters: Presenters are arranged according to local needs including language and cultural interpretratation where required. One of our presenters is Catherine Morris who has more than a decade of international experience designing, coordinating and conducting workshops collaboratively with local partners and local experts.
Catherine Morris, B.A., LL.B., LL.M, is a lawyer and consultant with experience in the field of conflict resolution since 1983. She is an Adjunct Professor at the University of Victoria ("UVic"), Canada and a former Executive Director of the Institute for Dispute Resolution at UVic. She is also an Associate of the University of Victoria Centre for Asia Pacific Initiatives. She regularly teaches at Chulalongkorn University in Thailand. She has designed and facilitated educational workshops and discussions in Canada, the US, Thailand, Cambodia and Burma (Myanmar) . . . more