The Pathways of Reconciliation blog is meant to provide a platform for researchers, practitioners, students, activists policymakers, reporters, community leaders and more to share ideas about socio-political reconciliation, what role it currently plays and what could be its place in our future. The blog is a place to tell stories, share ideas and dreams, and imagine ways to overcome conflict, fear and hatred.
We invite you to share your thoughts, experiences, questions and ideas about reconciliation on our blog.
Blog posts should be short articles of 500-1000 words long, on any topic related to reconciliation. Blog entries may include reporting on reconciliation initiatives, personal experiences related to reconciliation, discussion of barriers and challenges to reconciliation, theoretical notes and more.
The blog is currently edited by Dr Noga Glucksam.
For more questions, and to send your contributions email: GLUCKSN@richmond.ac.uk