Navigate change. Transform conflict.

Reimagine Peace.

In a divided world, we equip leaders with the habits and skills they need to transform conflict. Our global network connects and resources leaders who are pioneers of reconciliation in their own contexts, bringing people together across divides to reimagine a world of deep to deep collaboration.


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Read our most recent impact report, which highlights our activity and impact from the past year.


The Rose Way

An approach to building a more sustainable peace in some of the world’s most divided societies. 

We equip leaders to navigate change, chaos and conflict, not just today but for the long run. Leaders come face-to-face across divides, re-humanising those they no longer see or hear, and working towards a more peaceful future where both sides flourish – one in which their differences still matter.  
We call this ‘deep-to-deep’ encounter. In a carefully facilitated space, where nobody is asked to leave their faith or ideology at the door, searching questions can be explored. This invitation to authentically interact draws out vital common ground but, more importantly, allows a rare space to share and explore the depths and differences that shape us.

Our focus on faith and difference makes the Rose Way unique. Our programmes bring this approach to life, bringing together extraordinary leaders into the most unlikely encounters. With an enduring package of support, our leaders embark on a holistic journey towards reconciliation as they become key influencers across challenging divides. 


Curious? Our digital brochure explains what The Rose Way is, how it works, and how it might work for you.

A specialist in the Abrahamic faiths, our mission is to equip tomorrow's leaders with the skills, tools, and habits needed to transform conflict.

With almost 80% of the world’s population describing themselves as religious, the need for faith-based approaches to bring about sustainable peace is widely recognised by governments, the UN, and other international organisations – yet this area remains significantly under-resourced.

"It’s such a joy to work with the Rose Castle Foundation. While they’re giving instruction, they’re also modelling what it means to be a reconciling agent. The whole of who they are has become so committed to the reconciling project, to training people to be agents of healing, for others."

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Rev Dr Alison Boden
Dean of Religious Life | Princeton University

Experience our Programmes

Our immersive trainings offer unique opportunities to encounter yourself, God and one another in a reimagined way, returning to the heart of hospitality and discovering rooted visions for reconciliation through a journey of formation.

Encounter Experience

Our flagship experience, equipping you with the habits of reconciliation.

Summer Schools

Immersive residentials for 13-17 year olds and 18-25 year olds, forming them as reconcilers.

Reconciler Retreats

Restoring your vision and approach to practical peacebuilding.

Join our Network

Our network is your global community of fellow reconcilers, helping you contextualise your learnings and giving you access to further trainings and resources. As a network member you will also be part of pioneering a new approach to thought leadership in the field, bringing together frontline practices and discussions across difference.


Taking you deeper into the habits and practices of reconciliation.

Community Resources

Interactive self-paced resources for you and your community.

Research in Practice

Advancing research and thought leadership in our field through lived practice.

"My faith was strengthened, especially following the 12 habits of a reconciler. In the contentious, violent and uncaring society we live in, the Church has a significant role to play as a community of reconcilers. Reconciliation essentially entails reviving relationships that have been destroyed or harmed. To let go of the damaging effects of the past and painful memories is a difficult effort. Therefore, reconciliation requires patience, humility, and time."

Emmanuel Fosu
Rose Reconciler since 2022 | Ghana

We work in partnership to enable long-term, transformational change.

We work closely with organisations that share our calling to cross divides. Together we equip faith-formed and faith-curious emerging leaders that bring into conversation diverse perspectives and wisdom traditions. Our partners include universities, communities, seminaries, government bodies, and peacebuilding networks.

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"I would commend the approach and experience of the Rose Castle Foundation in giving a relational tool that can assist in building peace from the family to international diplomacy."

The Rt Revd Nicholas Dill
Bishop of Bermuda | Partner