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I participated in a panel discussion on BBC Radio Ulster’s Sunday Sequence which asked – in light of the 50th anniversary of the Corrymeela Community – if faith-based reconciliation efforts have contributed to peace in Northern Ireland.

Presenter Roisin McAuley facilitated the discussion, which also included Corrymeela’s development director Susan McEwen, journalist Liam Clarke, and Fr Martin Magill, a parish priest in North Belfast.

Period02 Aug 2015

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Media contributions

  • Title50 Years of Corrymeela: Does Faith Based Reconciliation Work?
    Degree of recognitionRegional
    Media name/outletBBC Radio Ulster Sunday Sequence
    Media typeRadio
    CountryUnited Kingdom
    Date02/08/2015
    DescriptionI participated in a panel discussion on BBC Radio Ulster’s Sunday Sequence which asked – in light of the 50th anniversary of the Corrymeela Community – if faith-based reconciliation efforts have contributed to peace in Northern Ireland.

    Presenter Roisin McAuley facilitated the discussion, which also included Corrymeela’s development director Susan McEwen, journalist Liam Clarke, and Fr Martin Magill, a parish priest in North Belfast.
    URLhttps://gladysganiel.com/churches-reconciliation/50-years-of-corrymeela-does-faith-based-reconciliation-work-conversation-on-sunday-sequence/
    PersonsGladys Ganiel