On ABPRA & the ABPRA Pilot Study
Minami, M. (2014a). Morita therapy and peace building. Japanese Journal of Morita Therapy, 25(1), 27-32.
Minami, M. (2014b). Nurturing reconciliation. Therapy Today, 25(7), 10-13. http://www.therapytoday.net/article/show/4453/nurturing-reconciliation/
Minami, M. (2014c). Development and field testing of action-based psychosocial reconciliation approach in post-genocide Rwanda (Doctoral dissertation). Retrieved from http://circle.ubc.ca/handle/2429/46864
Dr. Minami’s Field Travelogue – 南博士のルワンダ奮闘記は日本語です。
Masahiro Minami traveled to Rwanda in 2012. He arrived equipped with a camera and a desire to see if hie new reconciliation method (ABPRA) would be effective in the aftermath of a genocide.
Before Masahiro could undertake a study, he would need to build relationships with local government, village elders and win the trust of the people that would become his teachers.
Masahiro lived and worked in Rwanda for over 1 year before he could begin his research project (ABPRA Pilot Study). These Fields Notes are his observation and reflection during this time.
Japanese language version
- Chapter 1: Genocide（ジェノサイド）
- Chapter 2: Emmanuel（エマニュエル）
- Chapter 3: Land of a Thousand Hills（千の丘の国）
- Chapter 4: Challenge（挑戦）
- Chapter 5: War and Peace（戦争と平和）
- Chapter 6: Scars that Must not Heal（消さない傷跡）
- Chapter 7: Progress（前進）
- Chapter 8: Heart to Heart（こころとこころ）
- Chapter 9: Field Implementation（現地施行）
- Chapter 10: Essence of Reconciliation（和解のエッセンス）
- Chapter 11: Epilogue（エピローグ）
English language version
Translated by Haruka Osada (Simon Fraser University) & Hitomi Sagawa (BC Institute of Technology)
- Chapter 1: Genocide
- Chapter 2: Emmanuel
- Chapter 3: Land of a Thousand Hills
- Chapter 4: Challenge
- Chapter 5: War and Peace
- Chapter 6: Scars that Must not Heal
- Chapter 7: Progress
- Chapter 8: Heart to Heart
- Chapter 9: Field Implementation
- Chapter 10: Essence of Reconciliation
- Chapter 11: Epilogue