Scottish-based charity ‘Place for Hope’ – an organisation which accompanies and equips people and faith communities to navigate situations of conflict and unlock their transformational potential – is running a gathering exploring faith-based response to conflict in Glasgow this autumn.

Date: Thursday 31st October –  Sat 2nd November

Venue: Glasgow Royal Concert Hall and Adelaide Place Baptist Church, Glasgow

Full Conference £170-£295 (assorted concessions available)   Day Pass £45/£125  (depending on day)

The Gathering is open to anyone and everyone interested in faith-based conflict transformation and aims:

  • to respond to the hunger for reconciliation and peace in churches and communities
  • to develop and sustain the art of conflict transformation, reconciliation and peace building
  • to share and develop knowledge and skills to support reconciliation work
  • to strengthen the unique contribution made to conflict transformation by churches and faith communities
  • to uncover the peace-making skills you already have!

Keynote Speakers

 

 David Brubaker

Associate Professor of Organizational Studies at the Centre for Justice and Peacebuilding, Eastern Mennonite University

 

 

 

Sarah Hills

Vicar of Holy Island, Honorary Canon for Reconciliation at Inverness Cathedral, and Canon ?Emeritus of Coventry Cathedral

 

 

 

 

Place for Hope / Ruth Harvey

a leading Mediation and Conflict Transformation provider amongst church communities in Scotland and beyond

 

 

 

 

Brendan McAllister

Corrymeela Member, Senior Mediation Advisor with the UN and a Senior Associate of ‘mediatEUr’

 

 

Further information (including on booking a contributor stand)

Outline programme

Online booking

 

 

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