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Spirituality and practice of nonviolent leadership in South Africa

Posted by Ryan Hall
07.06.15
Nonviolent Leadership in South Africa

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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