WALKTALK is a bold and challenging initiative devised to bring people together.
It offers those who may otherwise never have the opportunity to meet, to walk and talk and to focus on humanity and all that we have in common and to discuss openly, and with mutual respect, the areas where we may not agree.
In July and August 2008, WALKTALK provided the chance for communities in more than 22 towns cities along a 250-mile route from Leeds to London to get involved.
WALKTALK was initiated by Gill Hicks MBE, founder of M.A.D. for Peace and a survivor of the 7 July 2005 London bombings who lost her legs that day, and her husband Joe Kerr, and developed with Zulfi Hussain MBE of Global Promise, and the team at Together for Peace, Leeds.
WALKTALK is strictly non-political and non-partisan.