Instead of bitter battles over custody of children and division of property some divorcing couples are finding ways to open up their definition of family.
Building bridges of understanding between members of a diverse multicultural society takes more than good intentions. Here are a few places to start...
Religious differences are driving many of the world’s most intractable conflicts, but spirituality could play a radically different role in the future, say the authors – an advisor to the European Commission and a former US diplomat
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Opening up the hidden history of a southern city... a toy gun trade-in... scenarios that helped South Africans choose a preferred future... a campus race dialogue - just a few ways people are making peace.
The new sciences support insights of the ancient mystics-that we are fundamentally interconnected, that the diversity of cultures provides "unlimited richness," and that each of us contain the seeds of the whole world order.
Dr. Karl-Henrik Robert had an epiphany about the conditions required to sustain life - this epiphany catalyzed a consensus among Sweden's top sceintists about the scientific foundations for sustainablity
Citizen diplomats in Israel use active listening to help build the foundation for Jewish/Palestinian reconciliation.
The South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission has its critics, but as Archbishop Desmond Tutu explains, it has also been a powerful force for healing in post-apartheid South Africa
An end to violence conducted in the name of religion. It's a radical idea that just might work. Religious leaders from 50 countries are joining in an effort to find out.
There was one thing the inventors and visionaries of Gaviotas hadn't expected when they began planting trees in the barren soils of Columbia's plain—they hadn't expected to see the rainforest come back…