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Michael Nagler address to 2014 FOR Seabeck Conference

We are grateful for the Fellowship of Reconciliation who just sent us this link to Michael Nagler’s keynote at their annual Seabeck conference.   “We are living in the wrong story,” says Michael Nagler, founder & director of the Metta Center for Nonviolence, during his keynote address to this year’s 56th annual FOR Seabeck conference in Washington State earlier… read more

Nonviolence in the News for November 15: Guest John Lindsay-Poland of FOR

    In this segment of Peace Paradigm Radio for November 15, 2013, Michael Nagler gives some analysis on the worldwide nonviolence movement with some interesting emerging examples of nonviolence in action. Joining him in the studio is John Lindsay-Poland, research director and southwestern regional coordinator of the interfaith pacifist organization Fellowship of Reconciliation (FOR)… read more

International Fellowship of Reconciliation

Henry Hodgkin, a British Quaker and Friedrich Siegmund-Schultze a German chaplain to the Kaiser founded The International Fellowship of Reconciliation (IFOR) on the eve of World War I.  These men refused to let the impending hostilities threaten their friendship. Their Christian opposition to war and desire to build a new and better world launched the… read more