Women’s group launches ‘Peace is…’ campaign
November 14, 2014 | Nick Taylor
Source: Asian Image and Lancashire Telegraph
Published 14th November 2014
A group of women are the first in the country to undertake intensive training to confront violent conflict and develop skills to help them and other people lead more peaceful lives.
The project called ‘Women Building Peace,’ developed by the Warrington-based charity the Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Foundation for Peace, encourages women from other countries who now live in Britain, and who may have experienced violence in their own lives, to develop the abilities to resolve conflict.
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