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Clinton Foundation HIV/AIDS Initiative
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Hoya Saxa Caitlin -
While we all can agree on peace as the goal, creating the beloved community requires more than will - it requires skill. We believe that specific educational training in nonviolence principles and methods for social change are a key ingredient for the kind of reconciliation and peaceful conditions that lead to economic equality and social justice. Let us know if we can ever provide you with training support or assist you in your mission. Blessings on you and those you are serving.
Paul Bueno de Mesquita
Kingian Nonviolence Summer Institute
Center for Nonviolence & Peace Studies
University of Rhode Island
Welcome to this network of people who are working/researching/studying for conflict resolution/transformation, peacebuilding, human rights and development etc.!
You are really doing important work in the field of conflict tranformation.
I hope that we could exhange and share information, ideas, knowledge and experiences.
I look forward to hearing from you and to keeping in touch.
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