To offer a global platform for leaders and change-makers seeking to contribute towards a lasting transformation in the world in which core human values such as love, respect, solidarity and compassion become integrated in our decision-making and relational processes, enabling systemic change in organisations, communities and nations.
Human-centred education aims at the development of the whole person and enabling the expression of full human potential through educational processes and practices. It employs a holistic approach to curriculum and assessment, based on human relations between teachers, students, parents and other members of the community.
Healing the Wounds of History recognizes the importance of psycho-social approaches to healing through self-awareness, understanding, forgiveness and transformation and integrates these well-researched methodologies in training of professionals, teacher education as well as conferences and other events.
All forms of interactions and communication through speech, writing and/or any kind of shared activities that help mutual understanding and/or cooperation between people who self-identify religiously in one form or another.
Our aim is to find a deeper understanding of human-centred development that is based on human values and which places economic growth within the context of human development as well as ecological values.
Peace is a formative process for our thinking and applied peace research rather than a conceptual object with some fixable definition. The research team has continued to explore the notion of peace, striving to achieve greater understanding of this concept in a more holistic and integral way.
A portfolio of initiatives, approaches, patterns and processes. Forgiveness is a key element in peacebuilding, particularly in post-conflict countries. Forgiveness is complex and can be perceived in many different ways.