Raymond M. Keogh graduate of University College Dublin, became a community extension officer for the UN in Central America during the 1970s. He is best known for his international work with teak. His extensive experience in tropical forestry; his involvement with local communities; his marriage into Salvadorian society; his first-hand knowledge of a range of world cultures; and a lifetime dedicated to understanding his own family’s complex social history, became the ideal blend in which he developed the concept of our common or universal Identity. These views are expressed in his book Shelter and Shadows which was published by Our Own Identity in 2016.
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