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Background Information

Employment History

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President

World Affairs Council of Oregon

Affiliations

Board Member
Initiatives of Change

Member
Metal Roofing Alliance

Member
National Roofing Contractors Association

Member
Canadian Construction Materials Centre

Member
Chartered Institute of Journalists

District Committee
MICHAEL HENDERSON AND COMPANY

Member
London Press Club

Member of the Team
Devon 75-year-old

Co-Founder
Oregon Uniting

Member
Reconciliation

Member
Council for Dignity

Member
Justice

Member
Forgiveness

Board Member
Oregon United Nations Association

Member
National Society of Newspaper Columnists

Member
Society of Professional Journalists

Years Southwest Secretary
Old Millhillians Club

Board Member
United Nations Association of the United State of America

Education

Hall School , Hampstead

Mill Hill School

Rectory School , Pomfret

UGA

BFA

BFA

San Francisco Art Institute

MA

MFA

San Francisco Art Institute

bachelor's Degree

S.F. Art Institute

master's degree

S.F. Art Institute

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Henderson Bio | Michael Henderson

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MICHAEL HENDERSON, English journalist, broadcaster and author of twelve books has lived for more than 15 years in Westward Ho! North Devon; before that having been 21 years in Portland , Oregon. He also has Irish citizenship

He has addressed groups around the world as varied as the Rotary clubs of London, New Delhi and Rabaul, New Guinea; the English-Speaking Union branches of Moscow and St Petersburg, New York and Washington, DC, and London; the World Affairs Councils of San Antonio, Texas and Brattleboro, Vermont; the annual meeting of the Governors General of the Caribbean as well as in Parliament House, Canberra, and in the House of Commons. In the past 15 years he has spoken to dozens of audiences in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Michael Henderson speaking at the Munich International Peace Conference In 2007 he spoke at the Edinburgh Festival of Spirituality, in 2009 at the Parliament of World's Religions in Melbourne, Australia and in 2010 at the Munich International Peace Conference. In 2010 he was also inducted as a member of the Council for Dignity, Forgiveness, Justice and Reconciliation of the Italian Ara Pacis Initiative.
While in the United States he contributed articles to newspapers and journals all over the country, did more than 1,000 radio talks and was presenter for commercial, public and cable TV programs. In Oregon he was president of the World Affairs Council, of the English-Speaking Union, and of Willamette Writers, and on the board of the United Nations Association. Day of Acknowedgement, Salem, Oregon He was co-founder of Oregon Uniting, a work for racial understanding and a prime instigator of Oregon's 1999 Day of Acknowledgement of earlier racial exclusion. He has spoken throughout the United States to many organizations, church groups, university departments and service clubs.
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Michael, with his brother Gerald, was one of more than three thousand British children evacuated then to the United States. living five years in Milton, Mass. He has written and spoken widely on this wartime experience. He has a chapter on the subject in Children: the Invisible Victims of War (2008) and in a number of issues of The Journal of War Child Studies. In 2011 he was one of the panellists at an event evaluating the experience organised by the Pilgrim Society and held at Dartmouth House.
For the 70th anniversary of VE Day he was interviewed by BBC Devon (See full interview) .
In May 2015 he was awarded by his wartime boarding school in Connecticut the Rectory School Distinguished Service Award.
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Headmaster Fred Williams, making the award, said, 'In a world too full of hatred and animosity, Michael Henderson has distinguished himself for his efforts to promote reconciliation and encourage forgiveness.
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'For 50 years Michael has been associated with Moral Re-Armament, now known as Initiatives of Change. This global organization is dedicated to peace building, conflict transformation, and forging partnerships across divides of race, class, religion and politics.
'Rectory's Distinguished Service Award is presented annually to that member of the Rectory community, be he or she graduate, employee, or friend of the school, who has embraced across a career or a lifetime the four words that comprise the Rectory creed: Respect, responsibility, honesty and compassion.
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Michael Henderson, author of \"Forgiveness: Breaking the Chain of Hate\"


Michael Henderson

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Michael Henderson was born in London in 1932. He is an English journalist and author of eleven books. He has been a TV presenter, a radio broadcaster and for sixty years worked for peace and understanding in some 25 countries. He is associated with Initiatives of Change (formerly MRA).
For 22 years he lived in Oregon (USA) where he was president of the English-Speaking Union and of the World Affairs Council and was on the board of the United Nations Association.
He was co-founder of Oregon Uniting, a work for racial understanding, and an instigator of Oregon's 1999 Day of Acknowledgment of earlier racial exclusion.
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According to Henderson, "Fortunately we were too young to appreciate the dangers. When my mother died in 1979 a friend wrote to us, 'Your mother was very brave.' Sadly, we had not thought about that and had never talked afterwards with our parents about the evacuation."
About the Author
Michael Henderson, English journalist, broadcaster and author of eleven books, has lived for more than twelve years in Westward Ho! North Devon; before that having been twenty-one years in Portland ,Oregon. He also has Irish citizenship. He has addressed groups around the world as varied as the Rotary clubs of London, New Delhi and Rabaul, New Guinea; the English-Speaking Union branches of Moscow and St Petersburg, New York and Washington, DC, and London; the World Affairs Councils of San Antonio, Texas and Brattleboro, Vermont; the annual meeting of the Governors General of the Caribbean as well as in Parliament House, Canberra, and in the House of Commons. Since returning to Britain he has spoken to dozens of audiences in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. In 2007 he spoke at the Edinburgh Festival of Spirituality, in Michael Henderson speaking at the Munich International Peace Conference Michael Henderson speaking at the Munich International Peace Conference 2009 at the Parliament of World's Religions in Melbourne, Australia and in 2010 at the Munich International Peace Conference. In 2010 he was also inducted as a member of the Council for Dignity, Forgiveness, Justice and Reconciliation of the Italian Ara Pacis Initiative. While In the United States he contributed articles to newspapers and journals all over the country, did more than 1,000 radio talks and was presenter for commercial, public and cable TV programs. In Oregon he was president of the World Affairs Council, of the English-Speaking Union, and of Willamette Writers, and on the board of the United Nations Association. Day of Acknowedgement, Salem, Oregon Day of Acknowedgement, Salem, Oregon He was co-founder of Oregon Uniting, a work for racial understanding and a prime instigator of Oregon's 1999 Day of Acknowledgement of earlier racial exclusion. He has spoken throughout the United States to many organizations, church groups, university departments and service clubs.


Henderson Bio | Michael Henderson

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(Photo: Stephanie Thomas)MICHAEL HENDERSON, journalist, broadcaster and author, lives in Westward Ho!

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Michael, with his brother Gerald, was one of more than three thousand British children evacuated to the United States for safety during World War 11, living five years in New England. His book Forgiveness: Breaking the Chain of Hate which has been strongly endorsed by Archbishop Tutu has also been published in Russian and German. An earlier book All Her Paths Are Peace - Women Pioneers in Peacemaking has a foreword by the Dalai Lama and was also published in Chinese. Two of his books were launched at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, DC, and one at the Royal Institute of International Affairs in London. He is author of a chapter on Initiatives of Change in a book Positive Approaches to Peacebuilding published in 2003 and a chapter in People Building Peace II: Successful Stories of Civil Society published in 2005.
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An Arizona radio station, Ktal, interviewed Michael Henderson for an hour on forgiveness in the light of the shootings in Tucson.
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"... Michael Henderson is a wonderful storyteller. Read PDF of review here.
The Times' website, under its faith section, reports on the latest launch of Michael Henderson's book 'No Enemy to Conquer' at a Greencoat Forum in the London centre of Initiatives of Change.
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An interview with Michael Henderson was published in The Jewish Week, widely recognized as the largest and most respected Jewish newspaper in America, on 15 September 2010 to mark Rosh Hashanah. "In No Enemy to Conquer: Forgiveness in an Unforgiving World, British journalist Michael Henderson argues that apologizing and forgiving have a value on both a personal and political plane. The Jewish Week spoke last week to Henderson about the issue.


Henderson homepage | Michael Henderson

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Mature Times carried an article by Michael Henderson in its online edition in February 2011. It starts: 'When President Obama met Prime Minister Cameron in June the American leader stressed the continuing significance of the so-called special relationship between our two countries. There is one group of people who have never doubted that fact.' Read the full text>>

In December 2010 the Boston Heraldfeatured an article by Michael Henderson, A child's Christmas in Milton - Fleeing Britain for U.S. during WWII was adventure of a lifetime. Read more >>
The November 2010 issue of Reform, the monthly of the United Reformed Church in the UK, carries a profile of Michael Henderson written by Mike Smith.
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The Muslim Cordoba Foundation has published a speech by Michael Henderson, 'No Enemy to Conquer: Building Peace in an Age of Conflict', which he gave at a Cordoba Seminar at St. Ethelburgas (17 August 2010). It can be downloaded from the Foundation website here.
Interreligious Insight July 2010
A major interview on the subject of Forgiveness with IofC author Michael Henderson, has been published in Interreligious Insight, a quarterly journal published by the World Congress of Faiths in the USA and UK.
'To me forgiveness is a journey, an attitude, even a way of life,' says Henderson. You can read the whole interview here.
The Christian Science Monitor August 2010: Wartime evacuation: A young English boy heads for America
The Christian Science Monitor featured an article by Michael Henderson, "A young English boy, who was evacuated in August 1940, recalls his enduring affection for America. Read the Magazine here and download it from the online paper here.
THE OPTIMISTIC REALIST
Michael Henderson and Ambassador Sahnoun interviewed about their books by Andrew Stallybrass at the Caux Forum for Human Security 2010 (Photo: Caux Photos)
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Michael Henderson and Ambassador Sahnoun interviewed about their books by Andrew Stallybrass at the Caux Forum for Human Security 2010 (Photo: Caux Photos)
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MICHAEL HENDERSON is a freelance journalist and the author of eleven books, including No Enemy To Conquer - Forgiveness in An Unforgiving World and See You After the Duration- the Story of British Evacuees to North America in World War II. He has been a TV presenter, a broadcaster and for more than fifty years worked for peace and understanding in some 25 countries. For his latest article click here >>
Ice in Every Carriage
Michael Henderson's latest book is now available.
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An Arizona radio station, Ktal, interviewed Michael Henderson for an hour on forgiveness in the light of the shootings in Tucson.
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"... Michael Henderson is a wonderful storyteller. Read PDF of review here.
The Times' website, under its faith section, reports on the latest launch of Michael Henderson's book 'No Enemy to Conquer' at a Greencoat Forum in the London centre of Initiatives of Change.
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An interview with Michael Henderson was published in The Jewish Week, widely recognized as the largest and most respected Jewish newspaper in America, on 15 September 2010 to mark Rosh Hashanah. "In No Enemy to Conquer: Forgiveness in an Unforgiving World, British journalist Michael Henderson argues that apologizing and forgiving have a value on both a personal and political plane. The Jewish Week spoke last week to Henderson about the issue.

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