Hidden Voices: Working Creatively with Conflict

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Virtualbookworm Publishing, 2006 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 230 pages
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This book contains a collection of stories of individual human endeavors; people in civil society working towards a culture of peace in diverse ways such as arts, music, storytelling, spirituality, education. They are heart-warming and inspiring accounts of individuals working creatively in the belief that lives can be transformed and that collectively they can make a difference. Their stories express the extraordinariness of ordinary people and show the range of good peace building practice that contributes towards stability in diverse societies. The stories aim to uplift readers' spirits, to inspire and encourage, and most of all, to rekindle a confidence in our common humanity. The overall message is one of hope.
 

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About the author (2006)

Ann Jordan is the Career Development Manager for the Great Oaks Institute of Technology and Career Development where she oversees career development programs and funds for 114,000 K-12 students, encompassing 36 school districts in southwestern Ohio. Ann is active in the Ohio Career Education Association, serving as Conference committee chair, Board of Trustees member, and currently as President. She was awarded Ohio's Outstanding Career Coordinator Award in 1999. Ann is also active in the Ohio-ACTE organization, working with professional development and the Student Services division. Ann Jordan has also co-authored Communicating for Success for South-Western Educational Publishing.

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