Christian Social Reformers: Henry Dunant

By Jonathan Tame 12 Aug 2019

In this talk, given at the Social Reformers Summer School 2019, Jonathan Tame explores lessons from the life of Henry Dunant, founder of the Red Cross and winner of the first Nobel Peace Prize.

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The Art of Darkness

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