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We come from all different sectors, walks of life and parts of the United Kingdom to prevent ACEs, and to change systems to become self-healing and to stop traumatizing already traumatized people.

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Plans afoot to bring stability to PACEs Connection

To all of you, who, like me, love this website and want to see it and its communities flourish as we work to prevent and heal trauma; build resiliency: please know there is a move afoot by a small group of strategic partners to find a suitable host for PACEs Connection. More will be announced in the coming days. In the meantime, friends, we are figuring out email addresses and other communications logistics and opportunities. PEACE! Carey Sipp, former director of strategic partnerships ...

Message from our CEO, Ingrid Cockhren: PACEs is Sunsetting eff. April 26th

Hello partners, members, and friends, It is with mixed emotions that I am sharing that PACEs Connection will be sunsetting all operations effective Friday, April 26. While it saddens me to see this chapter of PACEs work come to a close, this work is too important to end, and efforts are underway to identify a new home for PACEs to continue its work. At the same time, this presents an exciting opportunity for PACEs to reemerge stronger than ever. Although we intended a seamless transition,...

Methodists urge ministers to avoid gendered terms like husband & wife (

New York, NY, USA-December 28, 2019 A Untied Methodist Church with a Pride Flag showing support for the LGBT community Photo: Shutterstock To read more of Bil Browning's article, please click here. The Methodist Church UK has issued an inclusive language guide that urges church officials and lay people to update terminology to be more welcoming. “As Christians, we need to have the courage for conversations that can sometimes be difficult, to recognise that we sometimes exclude people, to...

Opinion: Why we should all care about Black men’s mental health (

Keith Magee - Arron Dunworth © Provided by CNN To read more of Keith Magee's article, please click here. Editor’s Note: Keith Magee is a theologian, political adviser and social justice scholar. He is chair and professor of practice in social justice at Newcastle University (United Kingdom). He is visiting professor in cultural justice at University College London Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose, senior fellow within Cultural Engagement, where he leads Black Britain and Beyond ,...

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