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Healing history
It's not just the ethereal scenery that brings people from conflict areas to Caux in Switzerland. Mary Lean takes part in a remarkable meeting of hearts.
Norwegian Resistance veteran Leif Hovelsen travels to Germany to try and make peace with his former Nazi jailer.
Dr Franklin Sonn is South Africa's Ambassador to the United States. This article is based on a talk he gave to a reunion of the Caux Scholars Programme in Washington, DC.
Last year Australians were shaken by the report of a national investigation into the policy of removing Aboriginal children from their families.
President Clinton has put race relations high on his political agenda. The following article by Carolyn Barta, reprinted with permission of 'The Dallas Morning News' (16 February), looks at an initiative which already has an impressive track record.
As Australia faces a possible poll over race issues, Mike Brown reports on grassroots action to bring together indigenous Australians and the wider community.
A tree planting ceremony honoured the nearly 2000 refugees housed at Caux during World War II
Dr Premen Addy is editor of 'India Weekly', London, and Visiting Fellow in Modern Asian History at Rewley House, Oxford.
Everyone needs to know where they belong, maintains Rabbi Marc Gopin - but this doesn't mean hating outsiders.
Public apology, an empty gesture or the creation of trust?