“We wrote this book for students, practitioners and governments trying to understand conflict and reconciliation, and also for average citizens around the world eager for lessons of hope and inspiration when the headlines are full of conflict and despair,” Tim Phillips, co-founder, Beyond Conflict. Read more about the book here.

“Moving first-hand accounts that will be valuable for practitioners, teachers, activists, and engaged citizens” Anne Marie Slaughter, former Princeton University dean of the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs.

“An engaging book from an organization with an important, hopeful story to share” Kirkus Reviews

“A fascinating and beautifully produced book.  I recommend it for anyone with an interest in foreign policy and especially in assisting nations in transition to democracy.

– Richard Goldstone, former South African judge and first chief prosecutor of the United Nations International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia and for Rwanda

“ A quiet, gentle, yet epic gathering of facts and thought and ideas and pleas about the equality of mankind and how we will never find peace if we forego the ability to truly communicate,” Grady Harp, top 50 reviewer