Journeying Through Conflict

Contact Information

  • Where – United Kingdom
  • Website –
  • Contact Person – Edward Ashby
  • Email –
  • Address – 62 Wilson Street, London, EC2A 2BU
  • Other – Reverend Ruth Scott (

Areas of Expertise

Journeying Through Conflict has expertise in a range of areas, including:

Main Aims and Objectives

JtC makes accessible to anyone with a smart device anywhere in the world the experience of others who have lived through violent conflict or are working with its legacy and seeking creatively to transform that violence or its legacy. The insights they have learned through their experience may be of help to others who are confronted by violent conflict and its legacy. JtC will also be a platform for live and pre-recorded discussions, research and programme content which seeks to deepen our understanding of conflict and its transformation.

Upholding the Principles of Conflict Transformation

By giving voice to those people who are working creatively with conflict. Some will have used violence, but are now seeking other ways to deal with the sources of conflict. Some will have been victims of the violence of others. Some will have both experienced violence and inflicted it upon others. All will have been on journeys of transformation as they seek to transform the conflict they have lived through.

Where and with Whom

JtC is working with people and organisations from Northern Ireland, South Africa, Rwanda, the USA and a London based charity working with gang violence.

Main Activities in the Field of Conflict Transformation

JtC’s strategic objective is to progressively expand its broadcast content to the point where, by way of its interactivity and online forums it can build a voice for good.

Ruth Scott herself also works with communities coming out of violent conflict, including groups in Israel/Palestine, and has worked with survivors of sexual violence in the DRC and empowering women who have experienced FGM as a consultant for charities or national churches.

The channel, led by its principal Ruth Scott, is dedicated to exploring the stories of men and women who have lived through violent conflict or its legacy and who are committed to conflict transformation and to building peace. The content is multi-racial, religiously multi-denominational, without condemnation and relates to every human being.

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