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Beyond Borders

Author(s):
Life experiences of Initiatives of Change in Quebec

‘It is my ardent wish that this book, written in the spirit of our worldwide network, will inspire people to follow in the steps of the pioneers and those who have become involved more recently in the fellowship, whose experiences are also related. Well done and thank you to those who have favoured us with these memories and these pertinent accounts!’
Michael B. Prior, Ph.D., Calgary, Calgary, Chair, Council of Management, Initiatives of Change Association (Canada).

‘This book can serve as an inspiration to all who work for the reconciliation of Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people, and who seek to establish a relationship based on gratitude, respect, sharing and responsibility.’
René Dussault, Quebec City, former Co-Chair, Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples.

‘ln Initiatives of Change I find a kind of collective cuisine with good recipes for peace, including love, which is a weapon of mass construction.’
Henriette Nzuji-Ntumba, Montreal, Founder of Mamies immigrantes pour le développement et l'intégration (MIQI).

‘A book which enriches the writer and the reader, the giver and the receiver.’
Cécile Cloutier-Wojciechowska, Ottawa, author and Professor Emerita, University of Toronto.

‘I must express my appreciation for what I have noted in the manuscript on the contribution of the movement to the way of healing, dialogue and reconciliation.’
Kanattio (Allen Gabriel), Kanesatake, former Director of Communications, Aboriginal Healing Foundation.

Language

English

Publication
2006
Pages
204
Type
Publisher
Caux Books
ISBN
2-88937-512-6
Publishing permission
Granted
Publishing permission refers to the rights of FANW to publish the full text of this publication on this website.
Beyond Borders by Laurent Gagnon, book cover
Publication
Book
Attached media: PDF

English

en