Congratulations to co-founders of Gender Equity and Reconciliation International, Dr. Will Keepin and Rev. Cynthia Brix on being the recipients of the 2016 Humanitarian Award from the Global Forum for Integrative Medicine.
Presented by Dr Linda Lancaster, this prestigious award was bestowed on Will and Cynthia for “…their contribution in Education, Peace, and Service to Humanity”, through the Gender Equity and Reconciliation work.
Thank you, Cynthia and Will, for your gift to this world and for your commitment to creating a gender-healed world with love and a passion for justice.Â And for inspiring so many people around the world to do the same.
A BIG shout out to the 22 Pacific Lutheran University (PLU) students in Tacoma, WA who just completed a three-day Introductory Gender Equity and Reconciliation workshop. This was our second annual GRI workshop at PLU, and it was wonderful! Very powerful and heartfelt sharings from the students and several faculty and staff who also participated. Facilitation team: John Tsungme Guy,Â Cynthia →
A group of 22 trainees from six different countries (Mexico, India, Colombia, Russia, Mexico, and the United States) came together for Module II of the Gender Equity and Reconciliation Training on Sexuality and Spirituality outside of Seattle, Washington from August 7-12, 2016.
These inspiring women and men continued their inner work of the heart for outer service in the world →
Over 40 people participated in a moving one-day GRI workshop hosted by the Women of Wisdom Foundation and the ManKind Project, Saturday, June 18th, in Redmond, WA. GRI was delighted to have been invited for the third time in three years.
Cynthia Brix, John Tsungme Guy, Will Keepin, and Zanele Khumalo facilitated the workshop, along with support from Training Intern →
From the 24 -26 August 2016, the Chrysalis Academy in South Africa facilitated their fourth 3-day Gender Reconciliation workshop, a method founded by Dr Will Keepin and Rev Cynthia Brix.
This time it was more special as we facilitated it ourselves, after some of us completed the year long facilitators training. Well done to Kenna Cormie, Lucille Meyer, Mkhanyisile Nogwaja →