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E11S8: Business Giving for Impact with Masami Sato

This episode was brought to you thanks to the Rotary Peace Fellowship (more info below) The business of business giving.  How does it work? Does it work? This week’s guest story starts with a healthy food business and evolves into one of the biggest most successful business philanthropy efforts working with 3k business and over 220M giving impacts called B1G1.

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E10S8: Women in Peacebuilding with Manal El Tayar

This episode was brought to you thanks to the Rotary Peace Fellowship (more info below) If you ask me who is the face of the XXI Century peacebuilder professional, I would say it’s Manal El Tayar. Manal is a Rotary Peace Fellow, trilingual development professional with 7+ years of experience in project management and monitoring and evaluation

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Peacebuilding and Mediation Masters Programmes at the University of St Andrews

This is a sponsored post on PCDN The University of St Andrews is offering two new Peacebuilding and Mediation Masters programmes, allowing you to study this innovative, contemporary field at one of the UK’s most renowned universities. These programmes will critically explore the relationship between official peacebuilding and mediation initiatives and unofficial, community-based efforts. Designed

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E9S8: Promoting Global Peace and Human Rights with Art Curator Ashley Woods

This episode was brought to you thanks to the Rotary Peace Fellowship (more info below) Ashley Woods is an internationally recognized art curator, project manager and producer. How you can become an art curator, produce global art exhibits that travel the world and work with Peace Laureates. Sounds amazing right? It’s hard, but very possible and Ashley

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E8S8: Connecting Local Knowledge with Peace and Development Initiatives with Dr. Pamina Firchow

How do you connect local knowledge with peace and development initiatives? At the cutting edge of peacebuilding/development research and practice; winner of 2020 Book of the Year by the Conflict Research Society with the book “Reclaiming everyday peace: local voices in measurement and evaluation after war”; associate professor in the COEX program (Conflict Resolution and Coexistence) at Brandeis University, Episode

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Let the World Become Your Classroom

This is a sponsored post on PCDN As you refine your professional goals, consider Seton Hall University’s results-driven executive graduate programs in international affairs.  Join us for a webinar to find out how you can customize your studies through specialized research in up to 13 specializations, including conflict management, global health security and more. As

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E7S8: Career Transitions. From the Humanitarian field to Peacebuilding with Ayako Tsujisaka

Let’s talk about career transitions.  After over a decade working in the medical humanitarian field, Ayako Tsujika, transitioned to working full time in peacebuilding.  She is currently working at the Africa Department of JICA, Japan International Cooperation Agency, as a country officer since last summer, and is going to work on its governance and peacebuilding programs

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E6S8: Re-shaping the World of Traditional Philanthropy with Randy Newcomb

Where philanthropy, impact investment, peace and equality meet we find Randy Newcomb. This episode was brought to you thanks to the Rotary Peace Fellowship (see more info below on the fellowship) With a career trajectory that spans for decades in areas that range from urban local community-based organization (CBO) work in the city of San Francisco; to

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