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Spirituality and practice of nonviolent leadership in South Africa

Posted by Ryan Hall
07.06.15

The following article was written by Sharon Verwoerd. Sharon and other Pace e Bene Australia members recently held a five-day retreat for leaders from different faith backgrounds who wish to understand, promote and expand a culture of nonviolent peacebuilding within and between their own communities in South Africa. Below is her reflection.

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