Growing up in a civil war is –unfortunately- no that uncommon for many of us. But raising someone to break the cycle of vengeance and hate in the midst of war is remarkable. This was the childhood of today’s guest, Hanadi Mehdi. Borned and raised in the midst of Beirut’s 15-year cruel civil war, Hamadi learned from her parents the value of education and on-the-ground peace and reconciliation. In Episode 8 of Season 4 hear about her grad school experience abroad, and what she is doing now to bring about positive social change through her work at the International Committee of the Red Cross.
Episode 8 of Season 4 is brought to you by The Rotary Peace Fellowship and the Graduate Program in Conflict Resolution and Coexistence at the Heller School for Social Policy at Brandeis University.
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