An absorbing discussion took place this week in Sussex with distinguished colleagues around the scope and potential of ethical education and ethical relationships in our schools. The participants and contributors of the seminar are distinguished scholars in the field of education, philosophy, social sciences and dialogue.
GHFP Annual Report 2016. Foreword by Simon Xavier Guerrand-Hermès. “We see ourselves as non-affiliated institution supporting peacefulness through holistic visions of human well-being in education, dialogue, and livelihood.”
An important goal of the GHFP’s work is to understand how education can enable individuals to live a more meaningful life. We are particularly interested in exploring the educational values, principles and practices necessary for nurturing the growth of the whole person.
Five Steps to a Peace Process’ with a view to encourage peace, harmony and understanding between peoples of any and all ethnicity, origin, religion or worldview. Importantly, it helps to demonstrate how our collective memories of the past influence our present identities in how we tell and live our lives.
Rwanda event was to explore the psychological roots of violence in recent Rwanda, and to identify new modalities of healing, reconciliation and forgiveness, between both individuals and groups.
The Conference explored the innovative psycho-social approaches to addressing the deeper roots of violence. The goal was to establish constructive relations between the people and communities in present-day Lebanon.
The Museum is intended to be a shared space for dialogue and understanding between people from different faith communities as well as for people of no religion or faith. It will serve as an educational resource for learners of all ages, and provide an opportunity for individuals to explore the part that religion plays in contemporary life.
proposal is to establish a world-class Museum of World Religions in Birmingham.