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February 6, 2022

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Practicing Rehumanization as We Move Into Uncertainty

The moral imagination believes and acts on the basis that the unexpected is possible. It operates with the view that the creative act is always within human potential, but creativity requires moving beyond the parameters of what is visible, what already exists, or what is taken as given.

– John Paul Lederach –

Practicing Rehumanization as We Move Into Uncertainty

“This is a powerful practice that was shared with me by John Paul Lederach. John Paul is a sociologist and specialist in conflict transformation. He has served as a peacebuilder in Nepal, Somalia, Northern Ireland, Colombia, and Nicaragua around issues related to direct violence and systemic oppression. He has dedicated his life to exploring and implementing alternatives to dehumanization and violence through processes that rekindle empathy, respect, understanding, and mutual identification. He calls this practice rehumanization.” Roshi Joan Halifax shares more in this post. { read more }

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Learn more about Lederach’s pioneering work in conflict resolution through this interview, “The Art of Peace.” { more }

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