Tuesday, May 19, 2009

News Briefs

MVFHR board member Jeanne Bishop spoke yesterday to a peace studies class at Chicago's DePaul University. Jeanne writes that it was "a lively discussion, bringing in law, morality, faith, accountability, forgiveness, and a broad array of other issues. I came away kind of spent but enriched, too." It's a good reminder of how valuable these kinds of speaking opportunities can be.
MVFHR board member Bill Pelke has been speaking to many groups as part of the Journey of Hope's German tour; check out some photos on the Journey's blog.

Also this week, MVFHR staff member Kate Lowenstein is at a training on Enforcing Victims' Rights, conducted by the federal Office of Victims of Crime.

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