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'Unless forgiveness and reconciliation are achieved as part of robust conflict resolution, there is every chance that conflict can start again - as Northern Ireland demonstrates even now.'
Simon Hughes MP, All-Party Parliamentary Group on Conflict Issues
"I think it is good therapy for individuals like Pat and Jo to tell their stories. Finding out the truth from those stories is a key to heal the wounds. Healing comes through understanding and a realisation that my humanity is inextricably caught up in yours - no matter what terrible things you might have done."
Archbishop Desmond Tutu
News flash Jo Berry is to attend a google ideas summit against Violent Extremism. Fifty former violent extremists, including neo-Nazis, Islamic fundamentalists and drugs gang members, are to attend a summit in Dublin co-hosted by Google's new "think/do tank", Google Ideas.
The technology company has teamed up with the US think tank Council on Foreign Relations to hold the "Summit Against Violent Extremism" from June 26th to 29th.
Victims of terrorism, diplomats, academics, civil society organizations and the private sector will take part in the summit, which aims to generate new and innovative ways to address the threat posed by radicalization.
- To advance the education of the public of the roots of war and violence and to build a more peaceful society by demonstrating how dialogue and mediation can resolve and transform conflict