How do you make peace between people who will always disagree?


At the Rose Castle Foundation, we teach a method of hospitable dialogue that enables those who profoundly disagree to have fruitful conversation. 

Our residential programmes bring participants to live face-to-face with their 'enemy', day after day. Every aspect of their life is shared and they are tasked with collaborative projects. 

Our methods of communal living and mutual learning allow dialogue to reach new levels: our participants learn how to disagree well in the most real and raw moments of life.


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What are the new challenges for peacemaking in a global pandemic?

Alumni of the Rose Castle Foundation's residential programmes have been reconnecting via Zoom and reflecting on problems and solutions to reconciliation from their own diverse contexts, and considering ways to collaborate across new divides.
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How do we find hope when there is no way out?

When coronavirus first arrived in the UK in March, we asked our friends and partners to share stories of hope from moments of crisis in their lives to motivate us.

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What are the blessings and challenges of life in lockdown?


Our team share the highs and lows of their experiences away from the office.


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