Category Archives: Reflections

Reflections on some of the key concepts, processes, values, and lessons from Fambul Tok.

Gbane community starts construction of health post

This post was written by team members of the Kono district. Immediately after their reconciliation ceremony in 2010, Gbane yemor section, Gbane chiefdom in Kono district went into action. Having learned from Fambul Tok how to be independent and work … Continue reading

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Students Come Together to ‘Walk the Tok’

Students around the world, after learning about Fambul Tok, have asked us how they can get involved.  Informal groups and clubs have emerged organically, some with inspiring and dedicated ways of sharing Fambul Tok’s messages of forgiveness, justice and community … Continue reading

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It’s All About the Values

Like most organizations, Fambul Tok has a list of values to which it subscribes, and that it works to consistently fulfill.  Unlike many organizations in practice, however, it defines the living out of those values as one of the, if … Continue reading

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Fambul Tok Urges Government to Declare March 23rd National Reflection Day

Fambul Tok International – Sierra Leone has again called on the Government of Sierra Leone to declare March 23rd an annual day for national reflection. Addressing a press conference on Thursday March 22, 2012 prior to the day’s commemoration, Fambul … Continue reading

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Fambul Tok 2012? Now that would be interesting!

[This blog is a re-post of the blog Sara wrote for the On Screen/In Person tour, organized by Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts.  Fambul Tok is a featured film on that tour, and Sara’s been traveling the mid-Atlantic region for … Continue reading

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