"Dear Cathie, I will like us to develop a proposal for the hosting of a post- war peace building capacity building workshop in Sierra Leone. It will be great to have you and other friends here in Freetown. think about it and let me know what ideas…"
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I have worked in many different roles: in banks, was a breast feeding counselor, adult educator facilitator in many areas of social justice, group skills and conflict resolution, and a registered mediator in New Zealand, I lecture at Unitec about Identity and Communication, also work in schools, both with teachers and students, have held administrative and management roles in NGO's and currently coordinate a NGO "Alternatives to Violence Project Aotearoa" and have recently returned from supporting the set up of this project in Jordan for Iraqi and Palestinian refugees.
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National Coordinator, Alternatives to Violence Project Aotearoa
Dear Cathie, I will like us to develop a proposal for the hosting of a post- war peace building capacity building workshop in Sierra Leone. It will be great to have you and other friends here in Freetown. think about it and let me know what ideas you have to develop such a ground breaking workshop.
Today, 9 Dec is the 60th anniversary of the 21948 Genocide Convention. My article on the need to make the Convention operative "an unused but not forgotten standard of world law" is on the websiote www.thenewfederalist.eu Best wishes Rene
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