Catriona Robertson

journeys at home and abroad

Tag Archives: peace

Tout comprendre c’est tout pardonner

Our guests at the Peace Café this evening were Jo Berry, whose MP father was killed by the IRA Brighton bomb, and Pat Magee, who planted the bomb.  After Pat … Continue reading

9 February 2015

Disquiet on the Western Front

Too many poppies The WWI Western Front in Belgium is heaving with them.  Not real ones of course – they grow on disturbed soil, such as battlefields.  Red poppy logos … Continue reading

8 September 2014

Peshawar and Nairobi | Iraq, Syria and Egypt

I was invited to speak at the Iman Khoei Islamic Centre in West London on Thursday. This was my contribution. “The news from Peshawar and Nairobi, and the continuing violence … Continue reading

2 October 2013

Battersea Park

We were out in the beautiful autumn sunlight this afternoon at Battersea Park.  One of us went down to the riverbank – it was low tide – and looked for … Continue reading

17 October 2010