The Foundation of the VII Agency publishes a book titled: Imagine: Reflections on Peace. Its director Gary Knight writes: In 2003, after years of covering war, I had an idea to look at peace, specifically peace processes and what does–and what doesn’t–make for a successful and long-lasting peace. The concept was to send photographers and war correspondents back to countries they had reported on during conflict and ask them to examine what peace looked like years after the ink on any peace treaties had dried in Northern Ireland, Bosnia, Rwanda, Lebanon, Cambodia, and Colombia. Three years ago, after refining the idea and searching for funding, the team at The VII Foundation began working on this in earnest with the generous support of the William, Jeff and Jennifer Gross Family Foundation. The result is Imagine: Reflections on Peace. Thirty men and women contributed written and photographic essays, some of them known names like former UN Ambassador Samantha Power, or chief prosecutor at the ICTY in the Hague, Justice Richard Goldstone, and photographer Sir Don McCullin. Others included some of the world’s...
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