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August 09th 2012:Cultivating Peace: Becoming a 21st Century Peace Ambassador with Author James O'Dea

James O'Dea has discovered remedies for unresolved conflict and polarization that work. His discoveries are based on his rich experiences as the former Washington office director of Amnesty International for over a decade as well as his many years as the president of the Institute for Noetic Sciences. He has conducted healing and reconciliation dialogues for twenty years in settings all over the world—including Rwanda, Israel, and Northern Ireland.

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James O'Dea

James O'Dea is a well-known figure in international social healing and peace building who has conducted healing and reconciliation dialogues for 15 years. He is currently the co-director of The Social Healing Project, whose work has led him to Rwanda, Israel/Palestine, and Northern Ireland. He has students from over 23 countries worldwide who have participated in his Path of the Peacemaker and Peace Ambassador Training programs hosted by The Shift Network. He also leads small group Intensives for emerging leaders of all ages. He is on the extended faculty of the Institute of Noetic Sciences and is its immediate past President. The former Washington office director of Amnesty Internationa
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