Applying practices of
DIALOGUE IN NIGERIA
Muslims & Christians Creating Their Future


for
ethnic, religious, and tribal
healing and community building
step-by-step in
western
Democratic Republic of Congo
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Step #1-5 Feb 2012-Mar 2013 in Kinshasa: Learning Principles of Engagement
Step #6 Apr 2013 Albino ~ Non-Albino Reconciliation
Step #7 Jun 2013 First "Enemy" Rival Football Fans Humanizing Each Other
Step #8 Jun 2013 Married Couples Improving Communication Skills
Step #9 Mar 2014 Muslims & Christians Building Relationships in Face-to-Face Dialogue
Step #10 April 2014 Dignifying Citizens with Physical Handicaps
Step #11 July 2015 Second "Enemy" Rival Football Fans Humanizing Each Other
Step #12 July 2016 Including and Dignifying Non-Hearing Citizens


Steps #1-5 in Kinshasa
February 2012
Learning Principles of Engagement
        
        
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Step #6
February 2012 -- Kinshasa
Albino ~ Non-Albino Reconciliation
        
        
  
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Step #7
June 2013 -- Kinshasa
First "Enemy" Rival Football Fans Humanizing Each Other


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Step #8
June 203 -- Kinshasa
Married Couples Improving Communication Skills


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Step #9
March 2014 -- Kinshasa
Muslims & Christians Building Relationships in Face-to-Face Dialogue

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Step #10
April 2014 -- Kinshasa
Dignifying Citizens with Physical Handicaps


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Step #11
July 2015 -- Kinshasa
Second "Enemy" Rival Football Fans Humanizing Each Other




Step #12
July 2016 -- Kinshasa
Including and Dignifying Non-Hearing Citizens



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Guidelines to
Facilitate these Experiences


For more information, communicate with:

Elesse and Virginia Bafandjo
Kinshasa, DR CONGO
mladrc.elvi@yahoo.fr
or
Libby and Len Traubman
Jewish-Palestinian Living Room Dialogue Group
San Mateo, California, USA
LTraubman@igc.org