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Glencree Centre for Reconciliation Charity Profile
The Glencree Centre for Peace and Reconciliation is a non-profit, non-governmental organisation that is devoted to peacebuilding and reconciliation in Ireland, North and South, Britain and beyond. The programme work builds peace and fosters reconciliation by facilitating dialogues, creating peace education resources, and much more. The Glencree Centre for Peace and Reconciliation was founded in 1974 as a response to violent conflict in Ireland, and in light of a conviction that non-violent solutions must be pursued to encourage reconciliation within and between communities.
Glencree Centre for Reconciliation Volunteer Information
Volunteers are an important part of life at the Glencree Centre. The Volunteer Programme provides Glencree with much needed support to run the Centre. In return, Glencree offers volunteers learning opportunities that will equip them with experiences and skills on their return home. The team of volunteers live, work and learn together as a community. Volunteers come from all over the world and they bring unique cultures and experiences to Glencree. This provides a diverse and intercultural atmosphere which is important in reconciliation work.