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Students from Pacific Lutheran University, Tacoma, WA in GRI workshop
What does it mean to be transformed by this work?
Read below for one man’s beautiful personal reflection written after a recent¬†Gender Equity
and Reconciliation workshop:
“I’d like to thank you again for the skill, care, warmth and delicacy with which¬†the workshop was facilitated.¬†
The Gender Equity and Reconciliation workshop gave me many tools and a good head
space to approach reconciling with my partner, for which I am so, so grateful. I think we’re in a much stronger and very exciting stage in our relationship now.¬†I’ve been sharing the [gender] reconciliation cycle far and wide!
I’ve also been really grateful that I feel I can access so much more empathy for¬†men and for the suffering and issues specific to our experiences of masculinity.¬†This is good for my own healing and self-reflection, no doubt(!), but has also been¬†so important for starting my work as a volunteer running workshops for boys. I’ve¬†been really struck by the insight that men’s suffering and women’s suffering are¬†linked and that you can work for a better gendered society on both fronts. I’ll¬†continue to aspire towards the same level of facilitation I was privileged to experience!”
-Male participant, London, UK, February 2016
Join us July 29 – 31
Gender Equity & Reconciliation Workshop
North of Seattle, WA
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 another‚Äôs stories.
Some feedback received from participants:
‚Äú‚Ä¶ the workshop was powerful. It made me look at things differently the way I was →
You are invited to participate in
Gender Equity and Reconciliation Introductory Workshop
Transforming Gender Injustice
A Practical Approach
20-22 June 2016
At the Cornerstone Institute
Info/Registration: Antonia Porter ¬†antonia.porter@GRworld.org
‚ÄúThe work of racial integration is never going to be complete without the work of gender reconciliation.‚ÄĚ
Rev. Mpho Tutu, Executive Director of the Desmond & Leah Tutu Legacy Foundation
Have you ever
Longed for a deeper, more intimate →
From April 23-28, a group of 29 courageous women and men, from all over the world, gathered at Ghost Ranch in New Mexico to begin their own year-long journey into the Gender Equity and Reconciliation¬†Training program. ¬†Through the power of dance, song, laughter, silence, and tears, participants began to explore the gender wound together.¬† Safe space was carefully cultivated and →
Another 100 people‚Äôs hearts have been touched! We had a very successful presentation at the United Nations - Commission on the Status of Women (UN-CSW) with nearly 100 participants who experienced ‚Äėa taste‚Äô of the Gender Equity and Reconciliation International (GRI) process.
‚ÄúVery moving. Tender and transformative,‚ÄĚ one participant said.
‚ÄúThis was just what I needed! After sitting all week listening to →