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Forgotten Lives - Ms Victoria Brittain

Victoria Brittain is a journalist, author and playwright and former associate foreign editor of the Guardian and has spent much of her working life in Asia, Africa and the Middle East. Victoria’s most recent work is Shadow Lives, the forgotten Women of the War on Terror, and a verbatim play, Waiting, with the words of the wives of Guantanamo and other Muslim prisoners. She was co-author of Moazzam Begg’s book, Enemy Combatant, and has written several books on Africa. Beyond her work in writing, Victoria is a trustee of Prisoners of Conscience and of the Amiel/Melburn Trust, was on the Council of the Institute of Race Relations for 20 years, and is a Patron of Palestine Solidarity. Victoria addresses the Weekend on the impact of conflict on children and women.

Racial Conflict and Awareness - Professor Anthony Reddie

Anthony Reddie is a Learning and Development Officer for the Methodist Church and an Extraordinary Professor of Theological Ethics at the University of South Africa and a Fellow of Wesley House, in Cambridge. He specialises in undertaking action-research and participative observational work with predominantly poorer Black commun-ities in the UK. He has written over 70 essays and articles on Christian Educa-tion and Black Theology and is the author and editor of 17 books. His more recent titles include The SCM Core Text: Black Theology, Contesting Post-Racialism and Journeying to Justice. He is editor of Black Theology: An International Journal. He addresses the theme of racial conflict from his perspective as a Practical Black theo-logian whose work addresses issues of 'race' and power.


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