Metta Karuna is an interfaith reflection centre in Siem Reap. Cambodians and international guests are welcome to see the challenges of Cambodia through the eyes of the poor and the lens of Buddhism, Christianity, and Islam. A beautiful Chapel sculptures and ground invite people to peace and reconciliation. A library, seminar spaces and accommodation are available.
In June 2013, JRS International and Boston College Center for Human Rights and International Justice invited JRS field workers, ethicists and interfaith specialists to reflection on the process of the reconciliation. It called JRS all over the world to renew and deepen its focus on reconciliation in all its projects.
A second seminar of 60 people on Interfaith and the environment was also held.
In July, 20 Burmese monks are in residence along with boys from Riverview College Sidney.
6 August 2015
The Reflection Centre is humming with life in August. The School of Peace, led by Mennonite Max Ediger is forming young people with a passion for peace from China, Vietnam, Papua, Indonesia, East Timor, Philippines and Cambodia.
Their open ceremony where all placed a symbol for peace and.... Read more
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JRS Cambodia is celebrating!
- On 8th February we will hold an Interfaith Event at Mindol Metta Karuna at...
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|Newsroom||Reflecting on Reconciliation at Trapeang Thmor
(19 June 2013)
What does it mean to reconcile, and under what circumstances is reconciliation possible? These are some of the questions that JRS international staff is grappling with at a conference on Peace and Reconciliation. ...Read more!!!
Reconciliation Advocates from JRS Conflict Zones Gather for Conference on World Refugee Day
(Siem Reap, Cambodia, 14 June 2013)-JRS delegates from Syria, Democratic Republic of Congo, Indonesia, Colombia and other countries will gather in Siem Reap to share their experiences working among refugees and for reconciliation. ...Read more!!!
Buddhists, Christians and Muslims were invited togetherto explore how their faith traditions called them to act forjustice. Together drawing on these different traditions, all collaborated to reflect and plan non-violent ways to address current challenges in Cambodia. Read more...Download Here!!!
|Newsroom||11-15 December Workshop
ACT JUSTLY, LOVE TENDERLY, WALK HUMBLY
Mindol Metta Karuna Reflection Centre Siem Reap
an Inter Faith Workshop, which listen to Stories, Reflects on Experience, Prays in silence shares insights from... Read more >>>