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September 28th 2020

Resilience & solidarity: In search of an answer

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In this guest blog, Associate Fellow Anahita Mahmoudi reflects on the millions of people displaced due to conflict or climate, and the need for a deeper transformation in how we approach this humanitarian crisis.  Last month I joined a retreat ‘Resilience & adaptation for times of social & ecological emergency…

August 26th 2020

A time of fire and smoke: What story are we living?

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In this guest blog, Sufi teacher and author Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee writes about radical uncertainty, while watching the Californian wildfires come closer to his home.   As the smoke from wildfires fill the air I wonder at this moment in time. Since the pandemic began, time itself has taken on a quality…

August 24th 2020

The resilience of already broken things

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clare martin

Clare Martin writes about the story of St Ethelburga’s Centre, how symbols can sustain us, and how visionary imagination plays a crucial role in both personal and collective resilience building. In a recent team meeting our Facilities Manager, Lou, walked us through all the procedures we have to follow to…

August 21st 2020

Alchemy & improvisation: Interview with St Ethelburga’s CEO

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Justine Huxley

Justine Huxley, reflects on service, resilience and improvisation.  This brief interview was completed for the Kalliopeia Foundation, who fund St Ethelburga’s programme, Listening to each other, Listening to Earth. KF:  What’s one thing that you want people to know about your work? JH:   St Ethelburga’s core aim is to build…

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