Next Event: Tuesday 27 February 2024, 1 – 2pm.
Book for review: ‘The Body Keeps the Score’ by Bessel van der Kolk
Advance Registration Essential
In early 2023, Glencree Women’s Leadership Programme launched the ‘Peace Book Club’ for members of the Glencree All-island Women’s Peacebuilding Network and participants engaged in the programme.
As part of its work in supporting and empowering women peacebuilders to actively engage in dialogue, peacebuilding and political processes that promote peace, the Peace Book Club provides space for collective learning, reflection and conversation amongst participants.
The Peace Book Club takes place online on the last Tuesday of every month at 1pm. If you would like to take part in this event or for more information about the Glencree All-Island Women’s Peacebuilding Network, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Peace Book Club Discount: As a member of the Glencree Peace Book Club, you can avail of a discount on book purchases with the independent bookshop The Winding Stair. To claim this discount, please click on this link to go to The Winding Stair website and enter the code GLENCREE in the discount box at the checkout.
Past Peace Book Club reviews include:
- ‘Stand Up, Speak Out’ by Monica McWilliams
- ‘The Anatomy of Peace’ by the Arbinger Institute
- ‘The Power of Us’ by Jay J. Van Bavel and Dominic J. Packer
- ‘My Fourth Time, We Drowned’ by Sally Hayden
- ‘The Island of Missing Trees’ by Elif Shafak
- ‘Trespasses’ by Louise Kennedy
- ‘Dangerous Love’ by Chad Ford
- ‘Think Big’ by Dr Grace Lordan
- ‘She is Fierce’ by Anna Sampson
About the Glencree Women’s Peacebuilding Programme
This event is an initiative of the Glencree Women’s Leadership Programme. This programme aims to support and empower women on the island of Ireland who have experience of political conflict/violence to become active leaders in the political processes that promote peacebuilding. Central to our work in this area is the Glencree All-Island Women’s Peacebuilding Network for women who have been impacted by political conflict or violence to connect in a safe-space. Our network is open to women across generations, communities, cultures and ethnicities who would like to build relationships and share their experiences in peacebuilding and conflict transformation with other women in this space. Network members can also take part in our events and activities designed to support women in having their voices heard in policy conversations and peacebuilding processes relevant to women.
If you would like to join the Glencree All-Island Women’s Peacebuilding Network, please email Amina on: email@example.com
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