SCRIPTURE-BASED DIALOGUE


SCRIPTURE-BASED DIALOGUE

Open to all, but aimed at lawyers, mediators and scriptural scholars who
are interested in the study of religious scriptural sources from a variety of
faith traditions. It is hoped that the participants will be able to use their
learning to benefit themselves, their clients and communities.

DATE Wednesday 19 July 2017
TIME 08.00 – 9.30am

VENUE Charles Russell Speechlys, 5 Fleet Place, London
EC4M 7RD

TOPIC Scriptural Guidance on the significance of gender within
faith communities

FACILITATORS Sarah Anticoni and Dr Zaza Elsheikh

COST Free – Breakfast generously provided by our hosts
Charles Russell Speechlys

RSVP Please let Joanna Joanna.Yiannitsarou@crsblaw.com
know by 10 July 2017 if you are able to join us.
Numbers are limited to 30 so please do not delay in
reserving your place at this increasingly popular
session.

Office: BIMA | The Base, Dartford Business Park | Victoria Road, Dartford, DA1 5FS, Kent
Telephone: 01322 314 820 | Email: info@bimagroup.org |
Website: www.bimagroup.org

Workshop with Geoffrey Corry


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AFTER THE FIGHTING STOPS

 A one-day Workshop with Geoffrey Corry

 

Dialogue Facilitator and former Chair of the Glencree Centre for Peace and Reconciliation, Ireland

facilitated by Zaza Elsheikh and David Richbell

 The role of the Mediator/Facilitator in creating safe space through holding second track dialogue workshops and helping to rebuild understanding, trust and forgiveness between communities fractured by broken relationships, dispute and violence: Lessons from the British-Irish peace process

At the

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The Institute of Directors

116 Pall Mall, London

 

 

On 5th July 2017 from 09.30

followed by a drinks reception at 4.30pm

and the BIMA AGM at 6pm

 

Cost: £250 BIMA and DRP members

£325 non-members

including lunch and reception

 

To book contact David

Email: david@richbell.org

 

Event for Faithful Peacemakers


BIMA Breakfast for Faithful Peacemakers

This event is open to all, but aimed at mediators who are interested in faith and conflict

 DATE: Wednesday 12th April 2017                TIME: 08.30 – 10.00am

VENUE: International Dispute Resolution Centre, 70 Fleet St, London EC4Y 1EU

TOPIC: “Bridging Extreme Differences in Ireland”

SPEAKER: Geoffrey Corry

RSVP: 6 April 2017

 geoffrey corryGeoffrey is a Mediator based in Dublin and was involved in the peace negotiations. He knew Martin McGuinness and witnessed the transformation from being a man of violence to peacemaker. We will have an opportunity to explore the potential for sustainable reconciliation in the complex contexts of cultural identity, religious belief, chronic bereavement, conflict and mistrust.

 

Cost: Free – Breakfast will cost £8.00*

*Breakfast is free for BIMA’s full members

Please let David Richbell know if you are coming and if you would like breakfast (david@richbell.org)

Office: BIMA | The Base, Dartford Business Park | Victoria Road, Dartford, DA1 5FS, Kent Telephone: 01322 314 820 | Email: info@bimagroup.org

Website: www.bimagroup.org

BIMA Breakfast 8th February 2017


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Open to all, but aimed at mediators who are interested in faith and conflict
DATE: Wednesday 8th February 2017 TIME: 08.30 – 10.00am
VENUE: International Dispute Resolution Centre (Canteen),
70 Fleet St, London EC4Y 1EU
FACILITATOR: Stephen Hall Endesek Limited

Drawing upon his experiences in the Middle East, Stephen Hall will facilitate a session on  “Building Dialogue in the absence of the Rule of Law”

Cost: Free – Breakfast will cost £8.00*
*Breakfast is free for BIMA’s full members
Please let David Richbell know if you are coming and if you
would like breakfast (david@richbell.org)
Office: BIMA | The Base, Dartford Business Park | Victoria Road, Dartford, DA1 5FS, Kent

In conflict situations, parties may be influenced by their religious or cultural beliefs.

BIMA is a registered charity which raises awareness of the need and value of dialogue between individuals or groups who may hold extremely different views or beliefs.

Our peculiar public awareness events provide the conducive platform for constructive debates, and exchange of ideas or best practices in conflict resolution, community cohesion and peace building.