Category: Podcast

Ep. 034: Terry Real – Building Peace: From the Intimate to the Global

What’s the connection between what happens between people in their intimate relationships and what’s happening on the global stage? In this conversation with Susan, Terry Real makes those connections – clearly, powerfully and with huge insight. Terry is a nationally recognized family therapist, author and teacher in the United States. He’s particularly known for his

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ADAPT PEACEBUILDING EPISODE 02: EMMA PROUD: MAINSTREAMING ADAPTIVE MANAGEMENT INTO MERCY CROPS

“In complexity every program struggles… In the programs where decision-making is sat near the information (sources), that’s where they were most successful” Mercy Corps is a leading global humanitarian, development, and peacebuilding organisation. They work in country contexts that have undergone, or have been undergoing, various forms of economic, environmental, social, and political instabilities. Like

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ADAPT PEACEBUILDING EPISODE 1: DUNCAN GREEN: ON ADAPTIVE MANAGEMENT AND HOW IT APPLIES TO DEVELOPMENT AND PEACEBUILDING

The Adapt Peacebuilding podcast interviews leading thinkers to unpack methodologies and learning that can enable the betterment of conflict transformation policy and practice. Our interviews explore five hypothetical ingredients for sustainable peacebuilding in conflicted societies: local agency, adaptation, systemic seeing and doing, scalability, and inclusion Listen here! Adaptive Management (AM) is a form of organizing

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THE PEACEBUILDING PODCAST EPISODE 32: GRAEME SIMPSON: WHAT YOUNG PEOPLE CAN TEACH US ABOUT BUILDING PEACE

“Youth are forging peacebuilding alternatives that we need to harness, embrace, give space to, and recognize. (There are) a creative set of alternatives that are being driven from below that young people are shaping and defining”. Join us in conversation with Graeme Simpson, US Director of the non-profit Interpeace, and lead author of the United Nation’s

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THE PEACEBUILDING PODCAST EPISODE 30: JOE WASHINGTON: REFLECTIONS ON 10 YEARS IN SOUTH SUDAN WITH THE UNITED NATIONS

The United Nations is a polarising institution. Some people look to the UN at a trusted expert and moral voice concerning issues related to the environment, development and poverty alleviation, human health, and peace and security. Others see United Nations agencies, funds, and programs as highly bureaucratic, ineffective, and outdated. The United Nations might have

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Ep. 032: Graeme Simpson: What Young People Can Teach Us About Building Peace

“Youth are forging peacebuilding alternatives that we need to harness, embrace, give space to, and recognize. (There are) a creative set of alternatives that are being driven from below that young people are shaping and defining”. Join us in conversation with Graeme Simpson, US Director of the non-profit Interpeace, and lead author of the United

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Episode 1 of Season 3 of The Social Change Career Podcast

Julio grew up in an area of high conflict in rural Colombia and through lots of smarts and lucky breaks Julio managed to end up in Bogota –the capital- and later in the U.S. where he completed his Master’s in Divinity. Julio works in the intersection of faith,  peace, reconciliation and poverty alleviation and unlike

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