In February 2015 my sister Laila and I set out on a month-long pilgrimage through New Zealand’s North Island to ‘rethink the system’. We were inspired by Satish Kumar’s peace walks, described in his autobiography No Destination: The Autobiography of a Pilgrim. Like Satish, we took no money and wanted to generate deep conversations along the way. I am a community psychologist at the University of Auckland and am interested in values-based dialogue as a means to transform the world we live in. Laila is a former member of the New Zealand parliament with a background in the trade union ...


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