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Thursday, 01 February, 2001

How far back should modern day societies go in renouncing the evils in their past? Can our shameful histories become an asset rather than a source of division?

Friday, 30 June, 2000

Australia is gearing up for the Olympic Games which will be held in Sydney in September. But the government is concerned that the media might concentrate on the degrading conditions in which too many Aboriginals still live and that this would undercut public support for some good things which are at last being done.

Thursday, 29 June, 2000

I thought that it was appropriate that my book, "Forgiveness: Breaking the Chain of Hate," was launched in England in Warrington. If any place illustrates what I call the value-added dimension that forgiveness brings after tragedy, it is the northern England city of Warrington.