Digital Series: How to build peace

Podcasts

Organising and Acting for Peace & Justice: Young Women Leading Change against Gender Based Violence (GBV)

This podcast was produced by World YWCA and the Norwegian Church Aid.

 

The key for rebalancing after disruptions starts with listening

This podcast was produced by The Global Institute For Evolving Women, Conscious Togetherness, Business plan for Peace.

Listening is the most underestimated skill to master in conversations in general, and especially in peacebuilding. This podcast is transformational for your listening, supported by Scilla Elworthy,  Nienke van Bezooijen, Kawtar El Alaoui. This podcast provides you with all you need to listen to oneself, others and what the world is asking from us.

Featuring:
Scilla Elworthy, (Businessplan for Peace)
Nienke van Bezooijen (Global Institute For Evolving Women)
Kawtar El Alaoui (Conscious Togetherness)

Enhancing wellbeing of young women peacebuilders: An interactive online networking session

This podcast was produced by Unconventional. 

 

An Interview Series about Careers in Peacebuilding

This podcast was produced by Geneva Peacebuilding Platform, Graduate Institute Career Services. 

An Interview Series about Careers in Peacebuilding explores the pathways taken by both young and seasoned peacebuilders in Geneva and in other parts of the world. It aims to provide some guidance and hope to young professionals who look forward to exploring the field of peacebuilding. As peacebuilding is a globalised local initiative that requires a step away from systems that cater to the few, we have made a conscious effort to include voices of and speak to the issues faced by populations who do not find their roots in Europe.

Featuring:
Erhan Vural, Protection Officer, IOM - International Organization for Migration
Natalia Escobar, Project Coordinator, Latin America and Caribbean Unit, DCAF
Annika Hilding Norberg, Head of Peace Operations and Peacebuilding, GCSP
Archana Tomar, Peacebuilder and Dreamweaver 
Sabine Meitzel, Independent Trade Development Consultant
Manuela Morelli, Head of Human Resources Development, ITU
Claudia Seymour, Senior Researcher, Centre of Conflict, Development, and Peacebuilding, Graduate Institute
Madhumita Varma, Student, Graduate Institute
Annika Erickson-Pearson, Community Manager, Geneva Peacebuilding Platform 
Aline Dimitriou Cruz, Senior Career Services Adviser, Graduate Institute

 

Click to view the video entitled 'CV and Cover Letter FAQ's'. 

Videos

Together for Peace: From Virtual Compassion, to Reality in Action

This video was created by Rotary Action Group for Peace, United4Change.

 

One Million Global Youth Leaders for Sustainable Development by 2030 and beyond

This video was created by Global Challenges Forum Foundation. 

 

The 1 M2030 initiative is expected to contribute a lot to the peace-building through creating a global movement of one million global youth leaders for sustainable development to carry the 17 SDGs to 2030 and beyond,  to facilitate the implementation of concrete youth-led projects by providing a unique combination of access to knowledge, tools, mentorship, and financing and through enhance youth-to-youth and south-to-south exchange on youth community entrepreneurship for the SDGs.

 

Featuring: 
Dr Walter Christman, GCF Chairman and Cofounder
Dr. Beatrice Bressan, Executive director of GCF
Mr.Alexander Taylor, GCF Youth Ambassador

Healing Grief and Rebuilding Trust as a Pathway to Peace among Conflict Survivors

This video was created by Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS) International, Geneva Centre for Security Policy. 

 

Civil disruption in any community leaves behind generations of individuals to cope with grief. To restore balance and peace, individuals must foster safe communities to acknowledge grief. To build community, survivors of conflict must have an opportunity to make meaning from the devastation they have experienced. As individuals are able to make meaning of their loss, they also rebuild trust within their community. Rebuilding trust is essential towards healing a country, a community, and the individual to protect elements of human security, institutional reform, and economic transformation. These elements are the essential elements of growth towards positive peace.

 

Featuring: 
Annika Hilding Norberg, Geneva Centre for Security Policy
Christian Dussey, Geneva Centre for Security Policy
Bonnie Carroll, Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors International
Fatma Megrahi, Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors International
Koby Langley, American Red Cross
Lily Thapa, Women for Human Rights
Sahale Eubank, Free Burma Rangers
Justine Rukeba

#IYC4Peace and the future of Peace Entrepreneurship in Asia

This video was created by Asian Youth Peace Network, Youthink Center, DPPA Asia Pacific, Global Committee on Social Business for SDGS.

Preventing War and Promoting Peace: A Conversation with Young People on Five Continents

This video was created by World BEYOND War, Commonwealth Youth Peace Ambassadors Network, Westchester Student Organizers for Justice and Liberation, Rotaract for Peace, Voces Líderes Colombia Foundation, Rotary Action Group for Peace, Rotaract, dED_UCATION, Women of Colour Advancing Peace and Security.

Renewing Peace: Governance Befitting an Evolving World

This video was created by Baha'i International Community, Global Governance Forum.

 

“A Governance Befitting”, the Baha’i International Community’s statement on the 75th anniversary of the United Nations, has at its heart the principle that cooperation between nations must deepen significantly if the world is to meet its pressing challenges in the years ahead. Our roundtable discussion on this statement, held with experts in political economy, international law and environmental science, from the Global Governance Forum, explores the oneness and interdependence of the human family that is essential to global progress.

 

Featuring: 
Simin Fahandej
Dr. Arthur Lyon Dahl
Maya Groff
Dr. Augusto Lopez-Claros

Théodore Monod : 48th Year of the Atomic Age

Présenté par Christian Lelong. 

 

Théodore Monod (1902,2000), Professeur du Muséum d' Histoire Naturelle, Membre de l' Académie des Sciences et dernier Grand Humaniste, a défendu sans relâche les valeurs de conscience et de responsabilité de l' homme face à ses semblables.Il a pris position dans toutes les luttes pour le respect des droits et de la dignité des hommes. Chaque année , il dénonçait à travers un jeûne de 4 jours, du 6 au 9 août, en mémoire des bombardements atomiques de Hiroshima et de Nagazaki, les essais nucléaires de toute nature.

 

Christian Lelong, a French film producer and filmmaker, had tremendous respect for the activism of Theodore Monod. He would often quote Jean Rouge, his mentor and the leading Nouvelle Vague filmmaker, who said that it was a beautiful film that he “was envious about”. Christian’s interview about how he filmed Mr. Monod will be a part of the future book “Breakfast Talks with Christian Lelong” by Janyl Jusupjan. Christian finalized the English version of the film just a few weeks before he passed away in October 2020.

Eradication of Chemical and Biological Weapons

This video was created by MIT World Peace University and Indian Students Parliament.

 

MIT- World Peace University and Indian Students Parliament (Bhartiya Chhatra Sansad, BCS) are presenting an online session to promote eradication of biological and chemical weapons. The session will focus on understanding the problem and exploring possible solutions and avenues available for eradication of BWs and CWs. The end goal of this session is to consolidate a global movement towards ensuring a BW and CW free world.

 

Featuring:
Prof. (Dr.) Vishwanath D. Karad – Founder President, MIT World Peace University (WPU)
Mr. Darshan Mundada – Director, World Peace Dome (WPD)
Dr. Shailashree Haridas, Associate Director, MIT School of Government, MIT WPU, and Coordinator, Indian Students Parliament (Bhartiya Chhatra Sansad)

Rotarian Peace Project Incubator

This video was created by Rotary Club Swiss/Liechtenstein Rotarian Action Group for Peace.

 

Peace does not need words, it needs actions, concrete actions. This is why the Swiss/Liechtenstein Chapter of the Rotary Action Group for Peace has initiated the Rotarian Peace Projects Incubator. What is this Incubator? Over the past 6 months some 50 people (Rotarians, Rotary Peace Fellows, Rotaracters and experts) from more than 25 countries have worked hard to elaborate peace projects which can be picked up by Rotary Clubs and Districts. The results are around 40 projects for communities ranging from Colombia to Bangladesh, from Sweden to Uganda, always with the one objective in mind: contribute to peace. We have chosen 10 focus areas, and in this video group will present you their exciting work. Enjoy!

 

Featuring:
Dr. Walter Gyger
Mrs Sibylle Rupprecht