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We Stand Together

May 30, 2017 | Nick Taylor

We Stand Together

“All of our thoughts are with the victims, the injured and their loved ones following the Manchester attack, a clear act of terrorism. This attack targeted children, young people and families enjoying a fun night out – it is hard to think of anything more depraved”.
“As we have seen following past atrocities, in the hours after the communities around Manchester have come together showing bravery and resilience to help those caught up in the incident. We can do no better than to follow the example of the emergency services, community groups, local businesses and ordinary people who went out of their way to care for fellow citizens and strangers in their time of need.”
“There are those that want to intimidate and divide us through violence and hatred, but we know that they will always fail. Manchester won’t allow it, this country won’t allow it, none of us will allow it. We stand together, in grief, but united and resolute”.
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The Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Foundation for Peace is here to help and support people experiencing the pain and trauma that these events cause.  The Survivors Assistance Network can be contacted on 01925 581 240 or http://www.survivorsassistanacenetwork.org
About Foundation for Peace – http://foundation4peace.org/
The Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Foundation for Peace is a charity created by Colin and Wendy Parry after their son 12-year-old Tim Parry and three-year-old Johnathan Ball lost their lives after the IRA exploded two bombs in Warrington in 1993. The Foundation has developed over 22 years and creates safe places for difficult conversations and delivers non-formal learning programmes designed to create agents of change for peace.
Following the incident in Manchester, the charity has set up an Incident support within the Peace centre to help those affected by the events of last night.
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