Pathways from a Troubled Past: A follow up workshop
Date: Saturday 9th November 2019
Time: 11.00am Sharp till 4.00pm
Cost: Your place is secured by payment of £10 Registration Fee
Dr Éamon Phoenix
Can we shape a better and more reconciled society from our difficult past?
This Series of five Wednesday evening Seminars will be followed by a unique Saturday Workshop providing an opportunity to reflect on and share any practical steps we can take towards moving beyond narrow, divisive, tribal loyalties, in order to play a part in shaping a better and more reconciled society.
Refreshments: Tea & Coffee is provided from 10.00am- 10.45am during Registration / Lunch provided
Cost: Negotiations towards Grant Aid towards this Programme have not been finalized at the time of going to print. The significance of the Contributions will be coloured by the outcome.
Note: Attendance at the Wednesday evening set of Seminars is highly recommended, though not essential.
“Sometimes, when nothing can be shared except regret, then regret must serve as the place to begin. Reconciliation does not demand that one side surrender to the other. The simple, mutual recognition that mistakes were made is, in itself, a closing of the divide.”