Michael Lapsley, 2016 Public Peace Prize winner

Discover the press release published by the Public Peace Prize: “To heal the unhealed is the raison d’être of our Institute for Healing of Memories, so that the victims are not transformed in perpetrators.” Michael Lapsley, 2016 Public Peace Prize winner in the categoryGlobal Peace and Reconciliation internationally-reputed peacemaker, deserved a commemorative plaque on October 6, […]

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Press Release – Michael Lapsley in Montreal

PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Montréal, 3 October 2016 We are pleased to announce that Michael Lapsley ssm, renowned South African anti-apartheid activist and founder of the Institute for Healing of Memories will be in Montreal October 5-10 to conduct one of his three-day Healing of Memories Workshops for the first time in Canada. This […]

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5th of October: Healing of Traumas

Michael Lapsley, Founder of the Institute for Healing of Memories in Cape Town, winner of th Public Peace Prize 2016, will give a speech on “Develop Confidence after violence”. At 7.30 pm. This conference will also be translated into French. Librairie Paulines, 2653 Masson (2e avenue), Montreal. Cost: 5$ Poster

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Healing of Memories Workshop

From October 7th to the 9th 2016, the CSJR will offer a new program in Montreal, in partnership with the Institute for Healing of Memories based in Cape Town South Africa, a series of healing of memories workshops and a training program for future workshop leaders Michael Lapsley, founder of the IHM in 1998, was […]

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Workshop “Exploring the earth, inhabiting the earth”

During the National Victims of Crime Awareness Week, a Workshop will be offered in priority to women who have been victims of crime. “Explorer la terre, habiter sa terre” (Exploring the earth, inhabiting the earth) A workshop where the clay we shape shapes us From Friday, April 17 (5 pm) to Sunday, April 19 (3 pm) […]

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17th of April: Press Release

A creative gesture of reconciliation to weave new links after residential schools abuse. As part of the Quebec National Event of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada to be held in Montreal from 24 to 27 April, the Center for Services in Restorative Justice (CSJR) and Quebec Native Women (FAQ) organize a workshop on […]

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