A wonderful workshop took place at the Chrysalis Academy in Cape Town, bringing 16 young leaders (10 men and 6 women) together. Participants had powerful, even life-changing experiences, as they bravely spoke their truth and listened deeply to one anotherâs stories.
Some feedback received from participants:
ââ¦ the workshop was powerful. It made me look at things differently the way I was looking at life. I am not feeling the same. I am feeling relieved and free. Before the workshop I was having things that I never share but now I did and I am healed.â
You are invited to participate in
Gender Reconciliation Introductory Workshop
Transforming Gender Injustice
A Practical Approach
20-22 June 2016
At the Cornerstone Institute
Info/Registration: Antonia Porter Â antonia.porter@GRworld.org
âThe work of racial integration is never going to be complete without the work of gender reconciliation.â
Rev. Mpho Tutu, Executive Director of the Desmond & Leah Tutu Legacy Foundation
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