A panel discussion considering the key challenges facing community trust-building and where we can find hope.
After decades in which conflict has gradually reduced around the world, the tide has turned. Conflict is increasing.
This event focused on a fundamental cause of this trend: the broken relationships caused by unhealed wounds of the past – personal, national and international.
Trustworthiness, tolerance, and transparency are key to supporting the revival of good governance and integrity in public life. These are easy to advocate but so much harder to personally embrace and embody in practice, in social and institutional settings.
How can we see a resurgence of trust in our political systems? And what can ordinary citizens do?
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