Geneva Peace-Cast 2021
Nov 1 - 5, 2021
Rachel Locke, Director of Impact:Peace at the Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice at the University of San Diego, interviewed by Jacqueline Dalton, on urban violence, online spaces, and coronavirus.
Oli Brown, Associate Fellow with Chatham House (the Royal Institute of International Affairs) and GCSP, specialist in peacebuilding, natural resources management and environmental politics, interviewed by Jacqueline Dalton, on the role of natural resources distribution and governance in conflicts
Alex Krasodomski-Jones, Director of the Centre for the Analysis of Social Media, interviewed by Jacqueline Dalton, on the importance of creating a safe digital space that supports democracy.
Rosa Emilia Salamanca, Executive Director of Corporación de Investigación y Acción Social y Económica (CIASE) in Colombia, and Sophia Close, Head of Gender and Peacebuilding at Conciliation Resources, interviewed by Arnoldo Galvez, on integrating gender into peacebuilding.
Monica Curca, +Peace's Director, cultural organizer, peacebuilder, communications strategist, designer, and facilitator, interviewed by Luvini Ranasinghe, on the power of storytelling, human-centered design and technological solutions to create inclusive communities.
Frank Kayitare, Great Lakes Regional Representative of Interpeace, interviewed by Jacqueline Dalton, on the role of storytelling in societal trauma healing after the genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda.
Brice Landry Ndangoui, rédacteur en chef de Radio Ndeke Luka, la radio la plus écoutée en République centrafricaine, interviewé par Nicolas Boissez, sur le rôle des fausses informations et des rumeurs dans les conflits.
General Roméo Dallaire, member of the International Commission on Inclusive Peace, former Canadian Senator and founder of the Dallaire Institute for Children, Peace, and Security, and Bernardo Arévalo de León, member of the Guatemalan Congress, senior diplomat and member of the International Commission on Inclusive Peace of the P4P initiative, interviewed by Luvini Ranasinghe, on the role of governing institutions in building sustainable peace.
Gbenga Sesan, Executive Director of Paradigm Initiative, social enterprise focused on digital inclusion and digital rights operating across several African countries, interviewed by Jacqueline Dalton, on the use of digital tools for non-violent purposes.
Christie Edwards, an internationally recognized legal expert with over twenty years of experience working on international humanitarian and human rights law, interviewed by Jacqueline Dalton, on helping governments eradicate intolerance and hate crimes.