This short film talks about the work of missionary Father Sebastiano D’Ambra from Italy, who started the Silsilah movement in the Philippines in 1983.
From his experience as negotiator and thanks to the respect garnered from the Muslim community during the conflict, arose the conviction to heal and unite through dialogue.
The Silsilah Dialogue Movement has become a lasting instrument for peace in the Philippines.
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Date of Production: 2014

Dur: 8:34 min
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This CRTN shortfilm was financed by the Catholic charity Aid to the Church in Need. More information can be found here:

http://www.acn-intl.org/

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