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Presbyterian Peacemaking Program
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Northern Ireland Travel Study Seminar

RECONCILIATION IN THE CELTIC CONTEXT; APRIL 2-11, 2013

The Travel Study Seminar to Northern Ireland focused on conflict transformation and Celtic spirituality.  Meeting with historians, conflict mediators, and community leaders who have been instrumental and continue to be engaged in the ongoing work of peace and nonviolence in Northern Ireland.  

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reflections from the Travel Study Seminar in Northern Ireland:

  • Follow our group of 27 Peacemakers as we blog daily. Read
  • Navan Centre, Lunch with the Deputy Mayor of Armgh, Tours of the Two St. Patrick’s Cathedrals, and a visit to First Presbyterian Church. Read
  • An Up-Close look at Belfast’s “Peace Wall” and the Neighborhood it Divides Read
  • Following the path of Patrick. Read
  • Worshiping with Belfast Congregations. Read
  • Exploring the traumatic aftermath of violence. Read
  • Our visit to Derry/Londonderry the city of Bloody Sunday. Read
  • Putting the pieces together with prayer discernment and small group conversation. Read

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Human Trafficking and Environmental Devastation; February 12-22, 2013

The Travel Study Seminar to the Philippines focused on understanding the complex realities of poverty and how climate events has contributed to the rise in human trafficking modern day slavery in the Philippines.   Meeting with workers, trafficked survivors, and church partners who continue to work for peace and human rights in the Philippines. 

Highlights from the Travel Study Seminar in the Philippines: 

  • Beginning the journey View
  • One Billion Rising View
  • Sugar Cane Workers View
  • Bias Church View

 

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