HWH Training Participants’ Feedback


Through the HWH workshops, what have you learned about forgiveness? “I have learned that forgiveness is key to almost all relational problems people have; and also, to almost all non-relational problems people have. It is required everywhere and at any time, and could be used in any situation and to any degree. … Our past … Continue reading HWH Training Participants’ Feedback

Past HWH Training Workshops 2015-16


The objective: To create a community of change agents, field workers and practitioners, who, after appropriate training, are empowered to take and apply the approaches and the powerful content of HWH training into their respective practices within communities in Lebanon. This group will develop themselves individually first and then collectively through experiential learning. This will … Continue reading Past HWH Training Workshops 2015-16

Past HWH Training Workshops: 2013-14


  HWH Training Workshop Module I – Introducing and experiencing HWH tools on Dec 6-8, 2013 in Bsous Silk Museum, Lebanon The primary intention of this workshop is to offer a second HWH training to existing practitioners in the field based on a direct experience of new tools and approaches in the hope that the … Continue reading Past HWH Training Workshops: 2013-14

Conference 2012. Speakers


KEYNOTE SPEAKER: BISHOP JOHN RUCYAHANA John Rucyahana is the Anglican Bishop of Rwanda. During the 1959 Tutsi persecution, he, at the age of 14, and his family went into exile. In 1994, Bishop Rucyahana endured the unthinkable horrors of the Rwandan genocide.Since then, he has founded the Sonrise orphanage for children orphaned in the genocide … Continue reading Conference 2012. Speakers

Conference 2012. Partners


Rwanda 2012 Partners National Unity and Reconciliation Commission is a Rwandan national institution founded in 2003. Its main objective was to assist the government to foster unity and reconciliation among the people of Rwanda who had experienced long periods of bad governance characterised by divisions, discriminations, human rights abuse and acts of violence. Over time, … Continue reading Conference 2012. Partners