Category Archives: Brunilda Pali

Restoring the future: thinking the refugee movements

Many people within the restorative justice movements have expressed their concern about the so-called refugee crisis, as they are trying to imagine ways to support the refugees and act together to counteract the societal or political reactions. In this piece … Continue reading

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The patience and art of weaving a village

By Brunilda Pali Reading about and thinking of the fascinating and important work of our action researchers in Northern Ireland, Serbia, Austria and Hungary, an amazing encounter came to mind: a meeting with a small woman of great worth, the … Continue reading

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Fenced, wired, walled: Endangered life

By Brunilda Pali This reflection was steered from a visit to Anneessens quarter, located right at the heart of Brussels city centre. Despite the central location, the quarter is an extremely impoverished area, with high population density, high unemployment rate, … Continue reading

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