Having spoken at a UN conference earlier in the year, Marian Liebmann was invited to contribute to its new handbook on restorative justice
Many of us are beavering away in our corners doing our best to further the cause of world peace. We may be marching in protest, signing petitions, stuffing envelopes, delivering leaflets, taking in refugees, helping homeless people, running food banks or doing voluntary work of other kinds. We try to help those in need and we try to challenge the causes of war and want. But we rarely see results on the global scene.
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