John Paul Lederach won the book of the year award at our Coventry Conference in 2012 for his book When Blood and Bones Cry Out: Journeys in the Soundscapes of Healing and Reconciliation. He is one of the main innovators in connecting theory and practice in peacebuilding, a theme which is highly relevant to CRS members.
His most recent piece, How Does Humanity Unite, identifies four lessons on what we have learned as conflict resolvers/peacebuilders in responding to extreme violence of the kinds evident in recent incidents globally.
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This post first appeared on Humanity United’s blog on July 18, 2016.