Kathy Galloway is a practical theologian, campaigner and writer. A former Leader of the Iona Community, she is now Head of Christian Aid in Scotland. The major focus of her work has always been peacemaking and social justice issues, especially relating to poverty and gender.
She is the author of a dozen books of theology, liturgy and poetry, and her writings have been widely anthologised. She is a patron of the Student Christian Movement and the Edinburgh Peace and Justice Centre, which she started in 1981, and she has been a consultant for, among others, the World Council of Churches, the Lambeth Conference and the World Alliance of Reformed Churches. She has travelled widely and spent six weeks travelling in the USA in 2001 as an International Peacemaker with the Presbyterian Church, USA. She was one of 1000 women worldwide who were collectively nominated for the Nobel Peace prize in 2005 and she received an honorary doctorate from Glasgow University in 2010.
Recorded at Greenbelt 2008: Saturday at 10.00 in Shine
Freedom Is Coming
Bambalela: Never Give Up
Like a lot of people who are scared of the water or can’t swim, many of us think we can’t operate in threatening environments. But, even if you’re not a bronze-bodied surfer, you’d be surprised at just how much you can do.
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