This 5-minute film highlights Karuna Center's work in the world over the past 20 years and what we are doing today.
This 11-minute film (similar to the one above) highlights Karuna Center's work in the world over the past 20 years with more detail.
This 40-minute film is about people taking action to stop the cycles of war and violence that have fractured and sometimes destroyed their communities. Focusing especially on the aftermath of the war in Bosnia-Herzegovina in the 1990s, it portrays the work of our conflict transformation projects around the world.
Since a people's movement in Nepal successfully brought about an end to the civil war and the monarchy, Karuna Center has engaged hundreds of civil society and government leaders in skill-building for sustainable peace. Our work has reached from rural war-torn villages to the halls of parliament. This 20-minute documentary tells that story, with rare and vivid footage of social change in action.
Peacebuilding in Divided Communities
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KARUNA IN THE WORLD
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