A big thank you to Women of Wisdom Foundation and the Mankind Project of Seattle for inviting us into their communities for the second year in a row to offer a day of Gender Reconciliation. Heart-opening connections were made this past Saturday, (July 11, 2015) within the group of 36 women and men as we shared the stories of our lives and deepened our compassion and understanding for one another. Thank you to Sommer Joy Albertsen who joined us and offered engaging movement activities that we wove in throughout the day.
Disrupting Socio-cultural Archetypes: Exploring the relational transformation of identities between young women and men at a South African University
Gender Reconciliation Research Project, University of the Free State
Samantha van Schalkwyk & Lerato Sekonyela
The Gender Reconciliation Research Project, â€śDisrupting socio-cultural archetypes: Exploring the relational transformation of identities between young men and women at a South African Universityâ€ť is to be launched →
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Greetings and blessings for a joyous and peaceful
holiday season . . .
2014 has been an expansive and fulfilling year for Gender Reconciliation International.
Our programs are expanding into universities, →
Take a step beyond womenâ€™s and menâ€™s work. Experience the power of community healing and reclaim the right to live in mutual trust, joyous reverence, and spiritual communion.
Together in this workshop, women and men jointly confront the historical and cross-cultural origins of gender oppression and exploitation, and learn to collaborate skillfully.
Through the transformative process of Gender Reconciliationâ€”applying principles of truth →
Trainees will develop a unique set of skill and practices in this yearlong training that will enable them to work effectively in a healing capacity in the often charged arena of gender disharmony between women and men.Â After completing the third module, trainees will be empowered as interns to conduct pilot Gender Reconciliation programs, and lessons from the field experience →