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A poem written after visiting the Poppies at the Tower of London in commemoration of the 100th anniversary of World War I. Today (6 August 2015) is the 70th anniversary of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima. Katie dedicates the poem to all those affected by war and conflict, past or present ...more ...
Collaboration is very important - sharing common goals and not looking at the objectives from a competitive point of view - particularly in times of crisis
by Ryzuk Yuleya
The idea of collaboration is a good one, but sometimes it is difficult for people and organisations to work out how to do it
by Inessa Amber
In these as times, such as peace is crucially needed to guide humanity forward and beyond the Veil of animalistic fear
by Douglas Myrick
To affirm life is to deepen, to make more inward and to exalt the will-to-live. At the same time, the man who has become a thinking being feels a compulsion to give every will-to-live the same reverence for life that he gives to his own
by Ben Noakes
We need to hear from those have witnessed or experienced suffering so that your stories are heard and listened to, it is through focused and open dialogue that collectively we will break the cycle of disempowerment
by Paul Ford
During a recent discussion seminar, there were some recurring themes, the main ones being the need for education, self-esteem amongst people and, of course, justiceAs a British poet, dramature and self-confessed Quagan (Quaker-Pagan), it has become
by David Parry, London
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