Christine Beerli at reconciliation conference ''

06 February 2020

Christine Beerli

The president of IofC Switzerland, Christine Beerli, will be speaking at the public opening of the reconciliation conference '' on 6 February 2020 in Bern.

On 6 February 2020 at 5:30 pm at Uni S in Bern, our president Christine Beerli will be speaking at the public opening of the conference ‘’, which will explore the concept of reconciliation from different angles, be it from the point of view of psychology, theology, sociology or ethnology on the two following days.

Christine Beerli will talk about the international context regarding reconciliation, but also about stories of reconciliation in Caux and elsewhere and about pathways towards reconciliation on the personal level.

Following her input, Martin Leiner, Professor for systematic theology and ethics at the University of Jena and Director of the Jena Center for Reconciliation Studies in Germany will elaborate on the development of empathy between Israeli and Palestinian students after the visit of holocaust memorials and there will be conversation with the audience followed by some drinks and snacks.

Join us on 6 February in Bern!


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