The art of remaking men
The world is full of difficult people. The question is how to change them.
What is freedom? This book takes us on a journey of discovery.
Walking Through History
For a century African slaves were landed on the James River in Richmond, Virginia, marched across a bridge in the dead of night.
Getting the Government to Say Sorry
The Government of New Zealand has taken the unheard of step of apologizing to the Maori people.
Facing up to Waitangi
'New Zealand can be described as one nation with three histories: Maori, Pakeha, and the one in the making.'
Queensland Anti-Corruption Drive
Queenslanders called to commit themselves to a five-point 'super honesty' programme.
Dynamic of forgiveness, Caux 1976
The dynamic of forgiveness - absolute love
Gerald Henderson (1935-2020): An unlikely advocate...
Gerald Henderson was not the most obvious person to lead a movement for truth-telling and racial healing.
“If Everyone Cared” - Margaret Tucker’s story
The story of a remarkable Aboriginal woman - a Zoom talk by Peter Thwaites
Notre pays Australie ... Trouver notre cœur à Myal...
Le voyage aborigène d'un Australien très blanc
Australian Parliament Approves Memorial
A memorial to a tragic part of Australian history
Histoire, Nouvelles, Avis
Hope in the Cities UK Calls for Apology for Slave ...
Following Prime Minister Tony Blair's expression of regret for the slave trade, Hope in the Cities UK calls for apology.
Australia says sorry
Seldom can the uttering of one word have caused such joy across a nation.
Australia’s "Sorry Day" comes to Nottingham
John Bond, former Secretary of the National Sorry Day campaign in Australia, captivated Nottingham's Lord Mayor
He spoke for me
David Cameron spoke for me when he said he was 'deeply sorry' for the 'unjustified and unjustifiable' killings.
Thought for the Day: Rev John Chambers
Text of talk given on BBC Radio Scotland
Coupure de presse
Resolve to wipe the slate clean
As the millennium nears, JENNIFER CUNNINGHAM discovers it's the perfect time to apologise