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Storytelling: a deceptively simple way to resolve racial tensions and community conflict

This year has brought its fair share of turmoil, which has highlighted societal fault lines such as racial division, economic inequality and xenophobia. How do you bring groups of people with conflicting perspectives closer together?

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Rebuilding social connections after lockdown is not as simple as we might think

Children, parents, older people and even entire church congregations are finding the process of meeting together in public spaces again fraught with challenges. Heartlines hosted a webinar, “Reconnecting beyond lockdown”, which explored some practical things people can do to help ease into these transitions.

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Crossing cultures led to ministering in diversity

Cross Culture City Church is using What’s Your Story? to shatter stereotypes

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Taizé youth conference pilgrims learn the power of What’s Your Story?

“Youth without faith is a day without sun” – Maria Louise Ramé. The What's Your Story? team facilitated a discussion during the Taizé Pilgrim of Trust youth conference.

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Children celebrate Heritage Day with What’s Your Story?

Understanding yourself is the first step in the journey to knowing others

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A bridge that connects a community

Tshwane church leaders commit to championing reconciliation in their communities.

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What’s Your Story? campaign impacts student leaders

Student leaders identify story-sharing as a positive tool to help deal with challenges

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How What's Your Story? found a home in Durban

Heartlines’ storytelling campaign reaches diverse, multicultural, multilingual communities in KZN.

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