No One is to Blame for Their DNA
Acts of terrorism engender a sense of us-versus-them which is in some ways reminiscent of perceptions during the Cold War.
Caught in the Riots
The train was stopped by angry villagers who came looking for Sikh passengers.
Ethiopian's Cry Freedom
Mulugeta Asseratte spent nine years in jail as a political prisoner - and then met the man who had killed his father.
Hostage's Steps to Freedom
Taken hostage? How would you cope? The knock on the door, the knife or bullet, the disappearance, the interrogation?
How do you fight evil?
Reflections on how to respond to terrorism in the wake of 9/11
Innovative Approaches To Peace Building
The story of Irène Laure, and her story's impact on others.
Now I Call Him Brother
Rhodesia's transition to Zimbabwe, through the eyes of a privileged actor in the process.
Darkness and Dawn in Zimbabwe
Stories from the transition from Rhodesia to Zimbabe
Who’s side is God on: an enquirer in Northern Irel...
Real peace will not survive without true reconciliation. And true reconciliation can only begin with sincere apology.
Why terror, is there an alternative ?
19 Muslims speak out. Compiled by Imam Dr Abduljalil Sajid.
Glimpses into the past: memoir of an Irish Anglica...
The memoirs of an Irish Anglican and peace-maker.
Frank Buchman and the Germans
An important historical study of Frank Buchman's relations with Germany and the Germans.
Beyond Forgiving (full movie)
A South African story of healing and reconciliation