Comments from people and organisations Beyond Walls have worked with, include:

‘This (Journey Through Conflict) is an invaluable resource on conflict transformation for practitioners and scholars alike. It shares its learning from some extraordinary journeys, and offers insights based on real experience.’
David Tombs, Assistant Professor of Conflict Resolution and Reconciliation, Trinity College Dublin

The Journey Through Conflict Trail Guide is first and above all a wise work, as even its title suggests, for it speaks of a journey, the kind of journey that requires guidance. After all, there is no simple doorway, ritual, prayer or pill that can offer healing from the deep wounds inflicted by violence, whether we are its victim or the hand that wielded it. The authors of this guide know this, the way we know what we have lived and what we have witnessed. They bring to this guide years of experience and long journeys of their own.

This volume will bring not only insight but also hope to all those struggling to find their way or to help others find their way through conflict and its wounds to healing and inner peace. This book will help the lost and their helpers envision and trust that road, and in doing this it provides a great service.
Robert Emmet Meagher, Professor of Humanities, Hampshire College, Amherst MA and author of Herakles Gone Mad.

‘Working with Beyond Walls has been a very positive experience for Fuse Youth. The team at Beyond Walls have vast experience and a proven track record dealing with many youth focused issues. The team display excellent communication skills and have the ability to positively engage and retain young people in a fun interactive way. I am very happy to recommend Beyond Walls without hesitation.’

Keith McCann, Fuse Ministries

The Journey through Conflict Trail Guide is a valuable distillation of the wisdom acquired by Alistair Little and Wilhelm Verwoerd throughout their years facilitating transformational change among survivors of conflict. They provide a fascinating account of their work, sharing practical insights into how the seeds of sustainable peace can be sown, step-by-step. It is a must-read for practitioners, students and academics who want to understand their compelling methods.
Dr Gladys Ganiel, Co-ordinator of the Master’s in Conflict Resolution and Reconciliation, Trinity College Dublin at Belfast (the Irish School of Ecumenics)

Organisations that Beyond Walls have worked with include: