Here are a few images of work with the Sustainable Peace Network both in the Mfolozi Wilderness as well as on projects in African and 'Coloured' townships around Stellenbosch and Cape Town and with post-apartheid initiatives with participants from all of South Africa's diverse communities
|The Sustainable Peace Trail in the Mfolozi Wilderness helps to build sustainable relationships between victims/survivors, ex-combatants and others affected by the violent troubles on the islands of Ireland and Britain. The role of the wilderness and the nature based activities enhance the cultivation of a growing network of leaders in sustainable peace.|
|Facing fears, shared vulnerability, defusing tensions, connecting with others -with self - with nature...an invitation to broaden and deepen our understanding of peace|
survival, ukusibenza ndawone (cooperation), hlonipha (respect)
and ... when to take cover
Kayamandi and Nyanga
As well as learning social skills and creative play these children . also get that all-important daily meal at this community-run . township nursery
Ever hopeful and full of life, this little boy is
unaware that his life is more deprived than
it should be.
Children dancing the township 'Kwaito' at the Amy Biehl Foundation, Nyanga Township, Cape Town.