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Geneva Peace Talks 2017

Geneva Peace Talks 2017

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Geneva Peace Talks 2017

Watch the full event of the Geneva Peace Talks, recorded at the Palais des Nations on September 21, 2017.

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7:54
Building peace in Colombia

Brigadier General Álvaro Pico Malaver

Language: Español
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Geneva Peace Talks 2017

“And as paradoxical as it may seem, one of the functions of my unit is to protect the leaders of the FARC. Today we lend such protection to those we sought before, to those we fought before, to those we considered enemies before, and I can tell you that it is possible… reconciliation is possible.”

Brigadier General Pico Malaver of the Colombian National Police spoke about his 33-year career working in the police force, his experiences living through years of conflict and his involvement in the peace talks in Havana with FARC. BG Pico Malaver was keen to emphasize that reconciliation is possible, no matter what the circumstances might be.

Geneva Peace Talks 2017. Recorded at the Palais des Nations on September 21, 2017.

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8:34
Looking beyond the two sides of the coin

Hassan Ismail

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Geneva Peace Talks 2017

Hassan Ismail is the focal person for Interpeace’s Kenya Programme in Mandera County. In the Geneva Peace Talks 2017, Hassan talked about his life journey experiencing clan conflict in his childhood, becoming a teacher and now working as a peacebuilder. Hassan invited viewers to look beyond the two sides of the coin and looking at the third side to learn to trust each other, particularly in areas of conflict in order to build peace in our communities.

Geneva Peace Talks 2017. Recorded at the Palais des Nations on September 21, 2017.

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9:13
The invaluable power of research

Sonja Stojanović Gajić

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Geneva Peace Talks 2017

Sonja Stojanović Gajić, the Director of the Belgrade Centre for Security Policy, a leading Western Balkan security think tank, spoke about her path towards research on security, which can help create knowledge and understanding to reconcile communities after war. She described how first-hand research and information from opposing parties are necessary to build sustainable peace.

Geneva Peace Talks 2017. Recorded at the Palais des Nations on September 21, 2017.

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25:13
Working together to build peace

Kofi A. Annan

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Geneva Peace Talks 2017

“You have the right to make your voices heard…not only can you participate, you can lead. As individuals, you have power.”

Former United Nations Secretary-General and Nobel Peace Prize winner Kofi Annan was interviewed by Ahmad Fawsi, former Communication Advisor and Chief Spokesperson for the High Commissioner for Refugees. During the interview, Kofi Annan spoke about his constant fight for peace across the world and shared his ideas and tips for successful peace negotiations.

Geneva Peace Talks 2017. Recorded at the Palais des Nations on September 21, 2017.

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7:06
Shedding light on the violations of the past

Sihem Bensedrine

Language: Français
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Geneva Peace Talks 2017

“Tunisia has chosen to treat its legacy of the past – all the violations of human rights over the sixty years of dictatorship that we knew – with a peaceful voice.”

Sihem Bensedrine is the President of the Truth and Dignity Commission in Tunisia. Sihem spoke about her experience, working to build peace in her country by shedding light to the violent acts of the past and assuring that there is no repetition.

Geneva Peace Talks 2017. Recorded at the Palais des Nations on September 21, 2017.

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9:00
Post-war reconstruction

Azra Hadzic

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Geneva Peace Talks 2017

“Peace is not a constant, it is not static. Peace is a choice. Peace is not a mere absence of war it is active and requires effort.”

Azra Hadzic, an architect from Bosnia and Herzegovina, spoke about her work on the reconstruction of the Mostar Bridge and the importance of protecting cultural heritage in times of war. She expressed how the literal meaning of building bridges also has a symbolic meaning in the reconciliation of communities after war.

Geneva Peace Talks 2017. Recorded at the Palais des Nations on September 21, 2017.

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10:35
Building a longer table and not a higher wall

Saba Temelso & Dan Stein

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Geneva Peace Talks 2017

Dan Stein from Cuisine Lab began his talk by asking the audience to stand up and introduce themselves to a stranger, arguing that “this is how we build community.” Dan was accompanied by Saba Temelso, a refugee from Eritrea who has been living in Geneva for over 5 years. Together, they described how food and sharing a meal can have the power to bring people together, strengthening diversity and inclusion in a community.

Geneva Peace Talks 2017. Recorded at the Palais des Nations on September 21, 2017.

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7:47
Life After Hate

Christian Picciolini

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Geneva Peace Talks 2017

“Hatred is born of ignorance. Fear is its father, and isolation is its mother.”

Christian Picciolini, “ex neo-Nazi turned hate breaker,” shared his powerful story of transformation and hope at the Geneva Peace Talks 2017. Christian shared his experience leaving the American hate movement that he helped build in the eighties and nineties and described how he went on to become a respected peace advocate.

Geneva Peace Talks 2017. Recorded at the Palais des Nations on September 21, 2017.

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10:55
Building empathy through journalism

Heba Aly

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Geneva Peace Talks 2017

“It is easier to hate someone or kill someone if you don’t know them. Journalism can help build empathy.”

Director of Irin News, Heba Aly, described the importance of empathy and how journalism plays a key role in addressing our differences and on shedding light on what binds us together.

Geneva Peace Talks 2017. Recorded at the Palais des Nations on September 21, 2017.

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13:16
Reconciliation through music

Hyung Joon Won

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Geneva Peace Talks 2017

“Peace is harmony. When different sounds and instruments are able to make beautiful sound we can feel peace.”

South Korean violinist and peace activist Hyung Joon Won gave a moving performance and afterwards spoke about the power of music to heal and create harmony. Hyung Joon Won went on to express his efforts to reconcile differences between North and South Korea through the power of music.

Geneva Peace Talks 2017. Recorded at the Palais des Nations on September 21, 2017.

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Best of the Geneva Peace Talks 2016

Best of the Geneva Peace Talks 2016

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Geneva Peace Talks 2016

Watch the best moments of the Geneva Peace Talks 2016

Geneva Peace Talks 2016. Recorded at Palais des Nations, Room XVII, September 21, 2016.
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#StockholmPeaceTalks

Stockholm Peace Talks 2017

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Stockholm Peace Talks

Watch the full event of the Stockholm Peace Talks, recorded at Stockholm City Hall on March 21, 2017.

English translation starts at 23:58 minutes.

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6:36
Stockholm-based music school performance

Lilla Akademien

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Stockholm Peace Talks

13 violinists from Lilla Akademien, 9 to 13 years old, multi ethnic, dressed in folk costumes from their respective countries perform “Double Concerto” by Vivaldi.

Stockholm Peace Talks 2017. Recorded at Stockholm City Hall on March 21, 2017.

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Opera soprano

Elin Rombo

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Stockholm Peace Talks

Swedish opera soprano, Elin Rombo performs two pieces at the Stockholm Peace Talks: “Stjärnöga” by Wilhelm Stenhammar and “Chi il bel sogno” from the opera ”La Rondine” by Puccini.

Stockholm Peace Talks 2017. Recorded at Stockholm City Hall on March 21, 2017.

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Real voices in realpolitik

Olof Skoog

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Stockholm Peace Talks

“We cannot rest until we see that what we do, actually makes a difference on the ground and improves the lives of people.”

Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Sweden to the United Nations in New York, Olof Skoog, gives a personal account of his experience representing Sweden on the United Nations Security Council. He emphasizes the importance of listening to the real voices around the world, to make a greater impact on the ground.

Stockholm Peace Talks 2017. Recorded at Stockholm City Hall on March 21, 2017.

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My journey to become a Paralympic champion

Jeffrey Ige

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Stockholm Peace Talks

“Inclusion has always been a struggle for me, and for our entire group. And sports has helped me so, so much. And just so that I could get to my club Huddinge, that meant so much. Because there, I have always felt as one of the team. They have never viewed me as disabled.”

Jeffrey Ige, a talented shot put athlete in Sweden, talks about his journey to become a Paralympic Champion. He highlights the power of sports to promote inclusion and peace.

Stockholm Peace Talks 2017. Recorded at Stockholm City Hall on March 21, 2017.

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8:35
Turning a "like" into real action

Anton Abele

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Stockholm Peace Talks

“Moral courage, activism and engagement in real life, outside of social media is actually becoming less and less common. It’s our job to turn that around and reignite true activism and engagement.”

The youngest-ever Member of Swedish Parliament, Anton Abele, speaks about what motivated him to begin a movement against street violence in Stockholm. He is passionate about inspiring activism amongst youth in Sweden and abroad.

Stockholm Peace Talks 2017. Recorded at Stockholm City Hall on March 21, 2017.

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8:41
"Make hummus, not war"

Siavosh Derakhti

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Stockholm Peace Talks

“We wanted to build bridges between various minorities. We were going to fight hatred with love. For every individual in here can make a difference, and we should not be fearing extremism or radicalization or terrorists. The only thing we should be fearful of is the good people’s silence.”

Social activist, Siavosh Derakhti, was born in Sweden of Iraninan immigrant parents. In his talk, Siavosh shares his experience growing up in Malmö, describing the events that motivated him to start the Young People Against Anti-Semitism and Xenophobia organization.

Stockholm Peace Talks 2017. Recorded at Stockholm City Hall on March 21, 2017.

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Why I became a police officer

Selma Tengeborg

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Stockholm Peace Talks

“There are so many ways that we as police officers together with others can influence children and young people and thereby the future.”

Municipal Police Officer, Selma Tengeborg, describes what motivated her to become a police officer in Sweden and shares the importance of engaging regularly with at-risk youth in diverse initiatives to prevent crime.

Stockholm Peace Talks 2017. Recorded at Stockholm City Hall on March 21, 2017.

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Unwavering hope

Staffan de Mistura

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Stockholm Peace Talks

“A hug makes a big difference. It doesn’t need to be physical, it can also be words, a sign of hope. People need to feel it when they are in a siege, when they are abandoned.”

Staffan de Mistura is the Special Envoy for Syria of the United Nations Secretary-General. In his talk, Staffan describes his experience and lessons learned as a UN official at a refugee camp in the Balkans in 1999.

Stockholm Peace Talks 2017. Recorded at Stockholm City Hall on March 21, 2017.

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15:33
Who wants to live in a world ruled by hatred? A conversation with a Holocaust survivor

Hédi Fried

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Stockholm Peace Talks

“It is very important to fight against prejudice. Because prejudice is the root of a lot of the evil in this world.”

In an interview with journalist Alexandra Pascalidou, Swedish author and psychologist, Hédi Fried, shares her own experiences as a Holocaust survivor, and describes how she has dedicated her life to spread the message of democracy and peace, to combat xenophobia.

Stockholm Peace Talks 2017. Recorded at Stockholm City Hall on March 21, 2017.

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A Stockholm for everyone

Emilia Bjuggren

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Stockholm Peace Talks

“Hardship can also bring people closer together, we see a fantastic and growing commitment among citizens in Tensta, as well as in other areas in the city. And I have good faith that if all these good forces work together we can create a Stockholm for everyone.”

Vice Mayor of Stockholm, Emilia Bjuggren, shares her personal story growing up in Tensta, amongst inequality, and how she was motivated to become a part of the Social Democratic Party in Sweden to change the reality in the suburbs of Stockholm.

Stockholm Peace Talks 2017. Recorded at Stockholm City Hall on March 21, 2017.

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#LondonPeaceTalks

Best of London Peace Talks

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event:

Watch the top moments of the first-ever London Peace Talks.

London Peace Talks 2016. Recorded at City Hall on November 3rd, 2016.
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06:40
Little Steps for Peace

Lukrecija Urnevičiūtė

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: London Peace Talks

“If you want to change the world, start with yourself!”

Lukrecija is 16 years old and currently attending Vilnius Lyceum, in Lithuania. In this talk, she shares her personal story. She is passionate about making positive change in her community including through the European Youth Parliament, public speaking, and the Lithuanian Red Cross Society.

London Peace Talks 2016. Recorded at City Hall on November 3rd, 2016.
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You Don't Need Permission to Help Others

Lliana Bird

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: London Peace Talks

“You don’t need permission from anyone to go out and do your bit. You don’t need permission to show compassion to your fellow man, woman and child, and you definitely, as I have learned, don’t need permission to help refugees.”

In this very personal talk, Lliana talks about the importance of helping others and how she co-founded Help Refugees a grassroots organisation which has gone on to become the biggest provider of aid to Calais and Dunkirk, and expanded all over the rest of Europe providing vital humanitarian aid and assistance to tens of thousands of refugees every day. Lliana is also a radio DJ & broadcaster, currently on Radio X (formerly Xfm).

London Peace Talks 2016. Recorded at City Hall on November 3rd, 2016.
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05:40
Wearing a Flag for Humanity

Dress For Our Time by Helen Storey

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: London Peace Talks

The Dress 4 Our Time uses power of fashion, science and wonder to communicate some of the world’s most complex issues of our time, including the human tragedy from the Syrian conflict.
The Dress 4 Our Time was created by Professor Helen Storey, an award winning British artist and designer. The dress itself is made from a tent (which is no longer in useable condition) gifted to the project by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR). In giving the tent a second life it gives this public art installation an unbreakable bond to humanity and represents the importance of nurturing and protecting all people and safeguarding generations to come.
It is a powerful symbol of what it means to be human and the precarious nature of our existence.
Helen Storey is Professor of Fashion and Science at the Centre for Sustainable Fashion, University of the Arts London, London College of Fashion and Co-Director of The Helen Storey Foundation.

London Peace Talks 2016. Recorded at City Hall on November 3rd, 2016.
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15:40
Turning Hatred into Kindness

Rehana Faisal and Peter Adams

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: London Peace Talks

“We responded to the demonstration with consistent of act of solidarity, statements that say that we are together.”

In this powerful talk, Rehana and Peter share their work across faiths in the community in Luton to create a culture of peace in the midst of increasing dividing extremist narratives.

Rehana is a community activist in Luton, dedicated to promoting understanding and friendships. She is the chair of the recently established Luton An Nisa Trust, LANTern, a grassroots movement which seeks to empower Muslim women through engagement in social issues. Peter is a community mediator and peacemaker in Luton, based at the Anglican St Mary’s Church.

London Peace Talks 2016. Recorded at City Hall on November 3rd, 2016.
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How I Became a Human Rights Lawyer

Maran Turner

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: London Peace Talks

“I urge everyone to not to turn away from the screen when you see violent images and unrest in other countries, but to embrace far-off challenges as if they were in your own community.”

In this personal talk, Maran shares her story from small town girl in the US to becoming a leading international human rights lawyer. Maran Turner is the Executive Director of Freedom Now, an organization that works to free individual prisoners of conscience through focused legal, political and public relations advocacy efforts.

London Peace Talks 2016. Recorded at City Hall on November 3rd, 2016.
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Peace 2.0

Noa Gafni Slaney

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: London Peace Talks

“The internet is only as open as the people who use it.”

In this talk, Noa looks at the use of social media by millenials to affect positive social change. Noa Gafney Slaney is the Founder and CEO of Impact Squared, which works with social causes to elevate their message, motivate people to act and evaluate their impact. She is a Social Innovation Fellow at the University of Cambridge and a Professor of Practice at New York University.

London Peace Talks 2016. Recorded at City Hall on November 3rd, 2016.
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Inside the White Helmets

Raed al Saleh

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: London Peace Talks

“To save a life is to save all humanity.”

Raed is the head of the Syrian Civil Defence, also known as the White Helmets. The Syrian Civil Defence is a volunteer organization created in 2013, and made of former bakers, teachers, electricians and other “ordinary” Syrians who now work together to save the lives of those wounded during attacks.

There are 2,700 rescue workers who make up The White Helmets, who have so far saved over 62,000 lives from the rubble of air-strikes in rebel-held areas of
Syria. This year, the Syrian Civil Defence were awarded the Right Livelihood Award, and were Nobel Peace Prize nominees.

London Peace Talks 2016. Recorded at City Hall on November 3rd, 2016.
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08:24
Authentic Leadership

Ruth Ibegbuna

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: London Peace Talks

“We need to make sure we are allowing access and routes in for talented young people to feel that they can play a part, no matter if they are on a country estate or a council estate. If they are talented and have ideas that they can play a part in shaping this country.”

In this talk, Ruth shares her experience with working class youth and the importance of authentic leadership. Ruth Ibegbuna is the founder and CEO of ‘RECLAIM’, a Manchester based youth leadership charity. Previously, Ruth was a teacher in a Manchester state school whose young people obtained some of the best GCSE results in the country.

London Peace Talks 2016. Recorded at City Hall on November 3rd, 2016.
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Building Peace at Your Doorstep

Mireille Widmer and Nicolas Witschard

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Geneva Peace Talks 2016

“You can change the world right where you are.”

In this inspiring talk, Mireille and Nicolas share their experiences working in one of Geneva’s most diverse neighbourhoods. They show that the tools of dialogue, listening and understanding are relevant everywhere. Mireille Widmer is an expert in security and development and Nicolas Witschard is a counsellor for community action at the City of Geneva.

Recorded at the United Nations Office at Geneva on 21 September 2016.
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Live music performance

POSOSHOK

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Geneva Peace Talks 2016

Pososhok perform 2 songs live at the Geneva Peace Talks and brings to audience to their feet. The first “Ungakohla” – a song dedicated to the leaders of the anti-apartheid struggle in South Africa and the second “Welama”, a song about seeking a better future by looking to the wisdom of the past.

Recorded at the United Nations Office at Geneva on 21 September 2016.
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06:42
Little Gestures Can Start a Big Momentum

Helen Calle Lin

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Geneva Peace Talks 2016

“We can all go out and make a small change everyday.”

Helen Calle-Lin is an entrepreneur and passionate about creating public spaces for people to meet. In this talk, she describes how she got involved in revitalizing a public space in Geneva and how the small actions we can all take, matter.
Recorded at the United Nations Office at Geneva on 21 September 2016.
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10:04
Finance and Peace: Two Sides of the Same Coin

Lionel Aeschlimann

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Geneva Peace Talks 2016

“Whatever our job we can choose to do things differently, act unselfishly, responsibly, integrate others…..even in finance.”

In this talk, Geneva based banker Lionel Aeschlimann discusses the parallels between finance and peace, with a focus on leadership and trust. Lionel is one of the Managing Partners at Mirabaud.

Geneva Peace Talks 2016. Recorded at the United Nations Office at Geneva on 21 September 2016.
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Communities resisting conflict in Libya

Ahmed Labnouj

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Geneva Peace Talks 2016

“Let’s learn from local communities and not only talk about what is going wrong, but what’s going right and learn from it.” In this talk, Ahmed shares his personal experiences from his work at the community level to help build peace in Libya with a focus on leadership and values. Ahmed Labnouj is a Programme Officer at Interpeace.

Geneva Peace Talks 2016. Recorded at the United Nations Office at Geneva on 21 September 2016.
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Refusing to be a Statistic

Fatima Zaman

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: London Peace Talks

“Coming from one of the poorest boroughs in the UK, and being of British, Bengali, and Muslim heritage, I have always been reduced to a mere statistic.”

In this talk, Fatima shares her personal story of working on the front line to prevent violent extremism and to empower young people through education.

Fatima is currently a civil servant in the UK. She leads on policy work relating to Countering Violent-Extremism, Terrorism and Faith-related matters. She is a Young Leader at the Kofi Annan Foundation’s program extremelytogether

London Peace Talks 2016. Recorded at City Hall on November 3rd, 2016.
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13:09
Fighting Terror with Music

Karim Wasfi

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Geneva Peace Talks 2016

“I took a decision to beat terror, intimidation, brainwash, monopoly, through beauty, refinement, civilization and dialogue. From 9 families attending my concert in 2008, today I have 1,200 which the capacity of the major concert hall in Baghdad.” In this inspiring talk, Karim Wasfi shares his personal story of the use of music in Iraq to help overcome death and to defeat terror and hate. Karim is the Director of the Iraqi National Symphony Orchestra.

Geneva Peace Talks 2016. Recorded at the United Nations Office at Geneva on 21 September 2016.
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How a Weapon of War can Become a “Tool” for Peace

Marc Bonnet

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Geneva Peace Talks 2016

“People in mine action work closely with communities. They play a critical role to boost diagoue and peace.”

In this talk, Marc shares his experience in supporting the demining process in Colombia and how this was able to bring warring parties together to build confidence. Marc is the Head of Risk Management at the Geneva International Centre for Humanitarian Demining.

Geneva Peace Talks 2016. Recorded at the United Nations Office at Geneva on 21 September 2016.
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06:42
Women Leadership Untapped

Hadja Saran Daraba Kaba

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Geneva Peace Talks 2016

“We need to make use of the extraordinary potential of women in peace negotiation and mediation.”

In this inspiring talk, Dr Saran Daraba Kaba shares her personal experience working with women’s groups to help resolve one of the most violent civil wars of the 20th century, the civil wars in Sierra Leone and Liberia. Dr. Kaba is the Secretary-General of the Mano River Union.

Geneva Peace Talks 2016. Recorded at the United Nations Office at Geneva on 21 September 2016.
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07:09
Call for Courageous Leadership

Mimoun Berrissoun

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Geneva Peace Talks 2016

“We need leaders who oppose hate speech & advocate togetherness.”

In this talk, Mimoun Berrissoun, shares the importance of leadership to overcome the current trend towards the politics of hate and fear. Mimoun is the founder of 180 Grad Wende, an NGO in the field of radicalization prevention. He is a Young Leader at the Kofi Annan Foundation’s program extremelytogether.

Geneva Peace Talks 2016. Recorded at the United Nations Office at Geneva on 21 September 2016.
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5:19
Love is like chrome

Afrizo

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Nairobi Peace Talks

Le groupe musical Afrizo interprètent leur chanson “Love is like chrome”.

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10:31
Dessiner la paix

Solomon ‘Solo 7’ Muyundo

Language: Français
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Nairobi Peace Talks

Solo 7 a grandi dans le quartier de Kibera et a commencé à diffuser des messages de paix avec rien de plus qu’un morceau de charbon. Dans cette vidéo, il raconte comment la violence à la suite des élections au Kenya en 2007 l’a inspiré à œuvrer pour la paix dans sa communauté.

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10:43
La lutte contre la pauvreté et l'inégalité

Yusuf Hassan

Language: Français
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Nairobi Peace Talks

Yusuf Hassan n’a pas toujours été un défenseur de la paix, mais son enfance ternie par la guerre a façonné sa vision du monde. Il partage des histoires d’espoir qui sont pour lui une source d’inspiration dans sa lutte contre la pauvreté et les inégalités qui lui permettra de préparer le terrain pour la consolidation de la paix à la maison.

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08:53
3 Lessons from Innovation

Hamoon Ekhtiari

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Ottawa Peace Talks

Hamoon draws on his experience in the innovation space to share three lessons to help us reimagine the Future of Peace: 1) focus on the problem, not the solution; 2) focus on the intersection between “yes, and…” and 3) look within.

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07:36
How Can a Constitution Build Peace?

Michele Brandt

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Ottawa Peace Talks

Drawing from her experience in Timor Leste and Afghanistan, Michele shares lessons about broad and diverse participation in constitution-making processes. She discusses the importance of bringing these processes out from behind-closed doors and into the open.

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7:35
Big Data, AI and Crowdsourcing for Peace

Giovanna Mingarelli

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Ottawa Peace Talks

Giovanna discusses the advances in big data, positive action and machine learning and how these can be used to create more peaceful and inclusive societies.

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10:40
NextGen Leadership

Désirée McGraw

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Ottawa Peace Talks

Désirée talks about how education and empowering young people can change the world. She discusses empowering a new generation of leaders to tackle the global issues through educating young people’s heads, hearts and hands.

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08:05
Building Peace in our Communities

Maryam Monsef

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Ottawa Peace Talks

Simple acts of solidarity can become powerful drivers for peace. Maryam recounts the story of a fire deliberately started at a mosque in Peterborough, Ontario and how the community and Canadians helped rebuild it. She shares her thoughts on how local leadership can build peaceful and inclusive societies.

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10:36
The Full Potential of Indigenous People

Roberta Jamieson

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Ottawa Peace Talks

Roberta shares her views on the importance of reconciliation, respect, and education to build peaceful societies. Peace and respect for diversity, including the appreciation for harmony with the diversity of the natural world, have a critical role in indigenous cultural values.

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12.00
Change the World Through Giving

Emmanuel Jal

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Ottawa Peace Talks

Emmanuel shares a spoken word about his childhood and journey from child soldier to artist, activist and entrepreneur. He shares the three gifts he was given that he is now using to make the world a better place. He also performs his hit song “We Want Peace”.

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12:24
Stories from the refugee crisis

Nisreen Ismail & Erum Hasan

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Ottawa Peace Talks

Nisreen is a refugee settlement specialist who left Syria as a refugee to Canada. Erum is a part of a private sponsorship group for Syrian families. They met through social media. In their talk, they share how the current Syrian refugee crisis brought them together and how through small acts we all can make a difference.

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10:24
A Soldier's Take on Peace

Roméo Dallaire

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Ottawa Peace Talks

Drawing from his experience as a peacekeeper in Rwanda and other contexts, General Dallaire share his reflections on the role of children in today’s wars and the role of millennials to change the world.

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09:17
A Child of War to a Person of Peace

Adrienne Clarkson

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Ottawa Peace Talks

Madame Adrienne Clarkson is Canada’s 26th Governor General. She shares her personal journey of arriving in Canada as a refugee. She shares her views on the key factors that contribute to creating a sense of belonging, including the role of public education.

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08:16
What Does a Leader Look Like?

Alaa Murabit

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Ottawa Peace Talks

In this video Alaa Murabit, the founder of the Voice of Libyan Women, talks about leadership. She shares her personal story about the critical and overlooked leadership role that women play in ending conflict, preventing extremism and building sustainable peace.

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06:55
La paix n'a pas de prix

Nardos Bekele-Thomas

Language: Français
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Nairobi Peace Talks

La paix n’a pas de prix explique Nardos Bekele-Thomas, tout en racontant son expérience du conflit et comment ça l’a poussé à faire la différence en contribuant à la paix.

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08:26
Donner de l'espoir à ceux qui n'en ont pas

Abbas Gullet

Language: Français
Subtitles: n/a
Event:

Abbas Gullet montre comment, grâce au bénévolat et à son travail pour la Croix-Rouge, il a contribué à apporter de l’espoir à ceux qui n’en ont plus, à la fois au Kenya et à l’étranger. Il poursuit en expliquant comment son rôle lui a permis d’être parmi les premiers intervenants ou « pompiers » dans les crises politiques, économiques et sociales.

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06:54
La communication pour les communautés

Francis Kariuki

Language: Français
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Nairobi Peace Talks

Le chef Francis Kariuki explique l’importance de la communication dans la résolution des problèmes communautaires. Avec des exemples tirés de sa communauté Lanet Umoja, il révèle comment Twitter a aidé à unir les gens, à renforcer leur confiance mutuelle, et à les encourager à résoudre les crises ensemble.

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09:43
Encourager les enfants à la citoyenneté responsable

Geofrey Odongo

Language: Français
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Nairobi Peace Talks

Le plus jeune orateur à prendre la scène des Peace Talks, Geofrey Odongo parle au nom du gouvernement des enfants du Kenya. L’objectif du gouvernement des enfants, dit-il, est d’unir les enfants du Kenya et de promouvoir la paix et la citoyenneté responsable afin de construire un avenir meilleur.

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09:02
Préserver l'environnement pour la paix

Ikal Angelei

Language: Français
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Nairobi Peace Talks

Tout en décrivant l’importance des ressources naturelles pour les communautés pastorales, Ikal Angelei souligne la nécessité de prendre en compte la préservation de l’environnement lors de l’examen des processus de paix dans le nord du Kenya. Elle exhorte ceux qui œuvrent pour le développement à consulter les populations locales avant de planifier et poursuivre des projets qui peuvent diviser les communautés.

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07:51
L'éducation et l'inclusion des femmes dans les processus de paix

Josephine Kulea

Language: Français
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Nairobi Peace Talks

Josephine Kulea, la fondatrice de la Samburu Girls Foundation, décrit comment elle a commencé à contester les pratiques culturelles néfastes telles que les mutilations génitales féminines et le « beading ». Elle explique comment l’éducation et l’inclusion des femmes dans les processus de paix peut aider à changer les communautés.

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07:01
Des chansons d'espoir et de paix

Julius 'Juliani' Owino

Language: Français
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Nairobi Peace Talks

Le musicien Juliani explique qu’ayant grandi dans le quartier de Dandora, une région affligée par la pauvreté et la criminalité, il a voulu chanter des chansons d’espoir et de paix dans son pays.

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09:45
Le rôle des femmes dans la consolidation de la paix

Selline Korir

Language: Français
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Nairobi Peace Talks

La paix est une partie intégrante de la vie de Selline Korir. Elle partage comment vivre à travers les affrontements terrestres du Kenya, qui ont inspiré en elle un engagement indéfectible envers la paix et la réconciliation en travaillant avec les femmes et les communautés déplacées.

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07:56
Nous sommes un

Zarina Patel

Language: Français
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Nairobi Peace Talks

Zarina Patel, journaliste et historienne, partage son point de vue sur la façon dont la paix peut être construite si chacun accepte l’idée que nous sommes un, indépendamment de l’origine ethnique, la religion ou la nationalité. Citant son sauvetage des jardins Jeevanjee de l’accaparement des terres dans les années 90, elle fournit un puissant exemple de la façon dont la force collective peut surmonter de profondes divisions.

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Watch the Geneva Peace Talks 2015

Geneva Peace Talks

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Geneva Peace Talks 2015

Watch the full Geneva Peace Talks 2015 Speakers: – Rim Turkmani, Senior Research Fellow at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) – Tareke Brhane & Antonio Dovizio, Former refugee and president of the 3rd October Committee, and Lieutenant in the Italian Navy – Greg Boyle, Founder and director of Homeboy Industries – Rashad Ali, Senior Fellow at the Institute for Strategic Dialogue and a Counter Terrorism practitioner – Séverin Yao Kouamé, Peacebuilder and Coordintor of Indigo Côte d’Ivoire – Sean Altshuler & Tyler Wolf, Co-founders of Time-Peace – Eliezer Rabinovici, Professor of Particle Physics at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem – Marina Peter, Chair of the Sudan and South Sudan Forum e.V. – Isabelle Zakman & Alexia Bonato, Volunteer and Youth Coordinator at the Geneva Red Cross – Ebba Åkerman, founder of United Invitations – Helena Puig Larrauri, Co-founder of Build Up Musical Interlude: Linley Constant & Giulio Valente Graphic recording: Gabriele Schlipf Moderator: Sarah Noble & Achim Wennmann Opening remarks: – Michael Møller, Director-General of the United Nations Office at Geneva

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Opening the Geneva Peace Talks

Michael Møller

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Geneva Peace Talks 2015

Michael Møller, Director-General of the United Nations Office at Geneva, opens the 2015 Geneva Peace Talks.

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Watch the Nairobi Peace Talks 2015

Nairobi Peace Talks

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Nairobi Peace Talks

Watch the full Nairobi Peace Talks 2015. Speakers: – Nardos Bekele-Thomas, Resident Representative of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) – Abbas Gullet, Secretary-General of the Kenya Red Cross – Solomon ‘Solo7’ Muyundo, Artist – Selline Korir, Founder of the Rural Women Peace Link (RWPL) – Julius ‘Juliani’ Owino, Musician – Francis Kariuki, Administrative chief of Lanet Umoja – Ikal Angelei, Co-founder and Director of Friends of Lake Turkana – Zarina Patel, Journalist, historian and Managing Editor of AwaaZ magazine – Josephine Kulea, Founder and President of Samburu Girls Foundation (SGF) – Geofrey Odongo, Deputy President of the Children’s Government of the National Children’s Government of Kenya – Yusuf Hassan, Kenyan diplomat, journalist and serving Member of Parliament Musical Interludes: SARABI & Afrizo Moderator: Victoria Rubadiri Opening remarks: – Sahle-Work Zewde, Director-General of the United Nations at Nairobi

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Afrizo

Afrizo

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Nairobi Peace Talks

The musical group Afrizo perform their song “Love is like chrome”.

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07:24
Sarabi feat. Juliani

SARABI

Language: Français
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Nairobi Peace Talks

Sarabi interprète leur chanson “Sheria” avec le musician Juliani.

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08:41
Opening the Nairobi Peace Talks

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Nairobi Peace Talks

Sahle-Work Zewde, Director-General of the United Nations Office at Nairobi, opens the 2015 Nairobi Peace Talks.

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09:04
Preserving the Environment for Peace

Ikal Angelei

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Nairobi Peace Talks

Describing the importance of natural resources to pastoralist communities, Ikal Angelei underlines the need to take into account the preservation of the environment when considering peace processes in Northern Kenya. She urges development work to consult the local people before planning and going ahead with projects that can divide communities.

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06:54
Communicating for Communities

Francis Kariuki

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Nairobi Peace Talks

The Tweeting Chief Francis Kariuki explains the importance of communication in solving community problems. With examples from his community Lanet Umoja, he reveals how Twitter has helped unite people, strengthen their trust in each other, and encourage them to solve crises together.

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07:53
Education and Gender Inclusivity for Peace

Josephine Kulea

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Nairobi Peace Talks

Josephine Kulea, the founder of the Samburu Girls Foundation, describes how she came to challenge harmful cultural practices such as female genital mutilation and “beading”. She explains how pursuing education and gender inclusivity within the peace process can help to change communities.

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09:43
Furthering Women's Role in Peacebuilding

Selline Korir

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Nairobi Peace Talks

Peace is an integral part of Selline Korir’s life. She shares how living through Kenya’s land clashes inspired in her a steadfast commitment to peacebuilding and reconciliation by working with women and displaced communities.

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09:40
Engaging Children for Responsible Citizenship

Geofrey Odongo

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Nairobi Peace Talks

The youngest speaker to take the Peace Talks stage, Geofrey Odongo speaks on behalf of Kenya’s Children’s Government. The aim of the Children’s Government, he says, is to unite the children of Kenya and promote peace and responsible citizenship to build a better future.

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10:55
Fighting Against Poverty and Inequality

Yusuf Hassan

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Nairobi Peace Talks

Yusuf Hassan was not always a peace advocate, but growing up through conflict and war shaped his world view. He shares stories of hope that, for him, provide inspiration in the fight against poverty and inequality that he believes will lay the ground for building peace at home.

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10:33
Drawing Peace

Solomon Muyundo

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Nairobi Peace Talks

Solo 7 grew up in the district of Kibera and began spreading messages of peace with little more than a piece of charcoal. In this video he tells how violence following the Kenyan elections in 2007 inspired him to begin working towards peace in his community.

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08:26
Bringing Hope to the Hopeless

Abbas Gullet

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Nairobi Peace Talks

Abbas Gullet shows how, through volunteering and working for the Red Cross, he has helped bring hope to those who are hopeless, both in Kenya and internationally. He goes on to explain how his role has enabled him to be among the first responders or ‘firefighters’ in political, economic and social crises.

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06:50
Peace is Priceless

Nardos Bekele-Thomas

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Nairobi Peace Talks

Peace is priceless, says Nardos Bekele-Thomas as she discusses her personal story of living through conflict and how it inspired her to make a difference by contributing to peacebuilding.

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07:00
Songs of Hope and Peace

Julius 'Juliani' Owino

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Nairobi Peace Talks

Musician Juliani discusses how coming from the neighbourhood of Dandora, an area afflicted by poverty and crime, pushed him to sing songs of hope and peace in his country.

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08:02
We Are One

Zarina Patel

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Nairobi Peace Talks

Zarina Patel, a journalist and historian, gives her perspective on how peace can be built if we embrace the idea that we are one, regardless of ethnicity, religion or nationality. Her story of saving the Jeevanjee Gardens from land grabbers in the 90s provides a powerful example of how communal strength can overcome deep divisions.

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7:33
Sarabi feat. Juliani

SARABI

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Nairobi Peace Talks

Sarabi perform their song ‘Sheria’ together with musician Juliani.

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04:01
The Sound of Silence

Linley Constant and Giulio Valente

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Geneva Peace Talks 2015

Linley Constant and Giulio Valente from the Ecole des musiques actuelles et des technologies musicales (ETM) perform “The Sound of Silence” by Simon & Garfunkel.

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06:08
Ebba Akerman - Social Inclusion at the Dinner Table

Ebba Åkerman

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Geneva Peace Talks 2015

Ebba Åkerman, founder of United Invitations, shares her inspiration for fostering social inclusion among native Swedes and immigrants with little more than a dinner table. Ebba’s idea has spread beyond Sweden across Europe to become something of a social phenomenon.

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10.09
Rashad Ali - On Deradicalization

Rashad Ali

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Geneva Peace Talks 2015

Rashad Ali explains how he became radicalized as a youngster and why he revoked these views. With an intimate understanding of the issue, Rashad shares his thoughts on how to deradicalize those who have gone through a similar process.

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07:54
Sean Altshuler and Tyler Wolf - Re-thinking Time and Peace

Sean Altshuler and Tyler Wolf

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Geneva Peace Talks 2015

To build peace we need to re-think our perception of time, that’s the belief of Sean Altshuler and Tyler Wolf of TimePeace. The pair explain how by making little changes in our lives we can help to bring peace to the world.

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07:20
Alexia Bonato and Isabelle Zakman - Peace Starts at Home

Alexia Bonato and Isabelle Zakman

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Geneva Peace Talks 2015

With examples from their time spent with underprivileged children, migrants and the elderly, Alexia Bonato and Isabelle Zakman explain how easily tensions can arise, even in seemingly peaceful societies. Together, they underline that peace efforts must first start at home.

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07:33
Greg Boyle - Dismantling Barriers to Exclusion

Greg Boyle

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Geneva Peace Talks 2015

Father Greg Boyle has devoted many years of his life to tackling the issue of urban gang violence in Los Angeles. The way to bring peace, in his view, is to include the excluded and to break barriers between rivals. In this video he recounts a moving story of how Homeboy Industries is achieving this goal little by little.

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07:53
Marina Peter - Building Peace from Within

Marina Peter

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Geneva Peace Talks 2015

With extensive experience of peacebuilding in Sudan and South Sudan, Marina Peter explains that for the process to be successful it must be inclusive and focus on local involvement.

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07:52
Peace is Possible in Syria

Rim Turkmani

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Geneva Peace Talks 2015

The demand for resources and infrastructure at the ground level is driving peace talks in Syria among the most unlikely actors. In this video Rim Turkmani discusses how peace is possible in Syria but only if the international community supports the peacemakers, not the warmakers.

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06:50
Science as a Bridge to Peace

Eliezer Rabinovici

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Geneva Peace Talks 2015

For Professor Eliezer Rabinovici science can break down barriers to peace, and take governments to places they would not otherwise go. He discusses his experience in the Middle East working with scientists across the region for a common cause, transcending conflicts that are present.

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08:27
Severin Kouamé - Peace comes from the inside

Séverin Yao Kouamé

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Geneva Peace Talks 2015

Séverin Kouamé explains that we must never lose hope with regards to peace. Peace is possible, he says, but it must be built from the inside and requires that societies stop depending on others for their future.

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07:39
Tareke Brhane & Antonio Dovizio - Stories from the Refugee crisis

Antonio Dovizio and Tareke Bhrane

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Geneva Peace Talks 2015

Tareke Brhane and Lieutenant Antonio Dovizio recount different experiences of the same story. Tareke speaks of his journey as a refugee from Eritrea to Europe, while Lieutenant Dovizio shares his experience with the Italian navy rescuing refugees and migrants shipwrecked in the Mediterranean.

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08:57
La technologie comme outil pour la paix

Helena Puig Larrauri

Language: Français
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Geneva Peace Talks 2015

Helena Puig Larrauri explique comment la technologie peut aider la consolidation de la paix, notamment en étendant la participation à ceux qui, autrement, en seraient exclus.

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06:07
L’inclusion sociale à table

Ebba Åkerman

Language: Français
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Geneva Peace Talks 2015

Ebba Åkerman, fondatrice de United Invitations, partage l’inspiration qui l’a poussé à favoriser l’inclusion sociale entre Suédois et immigrants, à travers des dîners. L’idée d’Ebba s’est propagée au-delà de la Suède à travers l’Europe et est devenue un phénomène social.

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10:11
Radicalisation et déradicalisation

Rashad Ali

Language: Français
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Geneva Peace Talks 2015

Rashad Ali explique comment il a été radicalisé dans sa jeunesse, et comment il en est sorti. A travers son expérience personnelle, Rashad partage ses idées sur le meilleur moyen pour déradicaliser ceux qui ont subi le même parcours.

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07:55
Repenser le temps et la paix

Sean Altshuler et Tyler Wolf

Language: Français
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Geneva Peace Talks 2015

Pour construire la paix, nous devons repenser notre perception du temps – telle est la conviction de Sean Altshuler et Tyler Wolf, co-fondateurs de Time-Peace. Le duo explique que c’est aussi en agissant, même à petite échelle, que nous pouvons contribuer à la paix dans le monde.

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07:29
La lutte contre les processus d’exclusion

Greg Boyle

Language: Français
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Geneva Peace Talks 2015

Le Père Greg Boyle a consacré de nombreuses années de sa vie à la lutte contre la violence des gangs urbains à Los Angeles. Selon lui, le meilleur moyen d’amener la paix est d’inclure tout le monde et de lutter contre les processus d’exclusion. Il raconte l’histoire émouvante de Homeboy Industries, qui a précisément cet objectif.

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07:20
La paix commence à la maison

Alexia Bonato et Isabelle Zakman

Language: Français
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Geneva Peace Talks 2015

Avec des exemples de leur temps passé auprès d’enfants défavorisés, de migrants et de personnes âgées, Alexia Bonato et Isabelle Zakman démontrent comment des tensions peuvent facilement surgir, même dans des sociétés pacifiques. Ensemble, elles soulignent que les efforts de paix doivent d’abord commencer à la maison.

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07:52
Construire la paix depuis l’intérieur

Marina Peter

Language: Français
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Geneva Peace Talks 2015

Avec une vaste expérience de la consolidation de la paix au Soudan et Soudan du Sud, Marina Peter explique que pour que ce processus réussisse, il doit être inclusif et se concentrer sur la participation locale.

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07:50
La paix est possible en Syrie

Rim Turkmani

Language: Français
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Geneva Peace Talks 2015

Le besoin de ressources et d’infrastructure sur le terrain est ce qui conduit les acteurs les plus improbables vers des pourparlers de paix en Syrie. Rim Turkmani explique que la paix est possible en Syrie, mais uniquement si la communauté internationale soutient les artisans de la paix et non pas les bellicistes.

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06:49
La science comme passerelle pour la paix

Eliezer Rabinovici

Language: Français
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Geneva Peace Talks 2015

Pour le Professeur Eliezer Rabinovici, la science peut briser les obstacles à la paix, et permet de rapprocher des gouvernements dans des secteurs où ils ne retrouveraient pas autrement. Il discute de son expérience au Moyen-Orient, travaillant auprès de scientifiques de la région pour la cause commune de la science, et transcendant les conflits qui y règnent.

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08:21
Séverin Yao Kouamé - La paix doit venir de l'intérieur

Séverin Yao Kouamé

Language: Français
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Geneva Peace Talks 2015

Séverin Kouamé explique que nous ne devons jamais perdre espoir en ce qui concerne la paix. La paix est possible, dit-il, mais elle doit être construite de l’intérieur et exige que les sociétés cessent de dépendre des autres pour leur avenir.

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07:35
Récits personnels sur la crise des réfugiés

Antonio Dovizio et Tareke Brhane

Language: Français
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Geneva Peace Talks 2015

Tareke Brhane et le Lieutenant Antonio Dovizio décrivent leurs différentes expériences dans un même contexte, celui de la crise en Méditerranée. Tareke raconte son voyage vers l’Europe en tant que réfugié érythréen, tandis que le Lieutenant Dovizio explique son rôle dans la Marine Italienne pour sauver des réfugiés et migrants naufragés en Méditerranée.

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Linley Constant et Giulio Valente

Language: Français
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Geneva Peace Talks 2015

Linley Constant et Giulio Valente de l’Ecole des musiques actuelles et des technologies musicales (ETM) interprètent “The Sound of Silence” de Simon and Garfunkel.

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1:54:48
Watch the Stockholm Peace Talks

Stockholm Peace Talks

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Stockholm Peace Talks

Watch the full Stockholm Peace Talks 2015 Speakers: – Urban Ahlin, Speaker of the Swedish Parliament – Ghaida Rinawie Zoabi, Executive Director of the Injaz Center for Professional Arab Local Governance – Peter Wallensteen, Professor of Peace and Conflict Studies at Uppsala University – Jan Eliasson, Deputy Secretary General of the United Nations – Elaine Weidman-Grunewald, Vice President of CSR issues within the Ericsson Group – Forest Whitaker, Artist, Founder and CEO of the Whitaker Peace & Development Initiative, and UNESCO Special Envoy for Peace and Reconciliation – Jason ‘Timbuktu’ Diakité, Musician – Deline Revend & Tomas Amanuel, Facilitators from Tensta Musical Interludes: Adam Tensta & LaGaylia Frazier Moderator: Willy Silberstein Concluding remarks: – Scott M. Weber, Director-General of Interpeace – Tord Magnuson, Chair of Interpeace Sweden

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LaGaylia Frazier

LaGaylia Frazier

Language: English
Subtitles: n/a
Event: Stockholm Peace Talks

LaGaylia interprets “You’ve Got a Friend” at the close of the Stockholm Peace Talks.

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10:03
Adam Tensta

Adam Tensta

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Event: Stockholm Peace Talks

Adam Tensta performs at the Stockholm Peace Talks.

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Best of Stockholm Peace Talks

Stockholm Peace Talks

Language: English
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Event: Stockholm Peace Talks

Watch the top moments of the 2015 Stockholm Peace Talks and discover unique behind-the-scenes moments.

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05:57
My Golden Rule for Peace

Urban Ahlin

Language: English
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Event: Stockholm Peace Talks

Urban understands peace as doing to others what you want them to do to you. Through a brief overview of his two-decade-long career in the Swedish Parliament, he demonstrates how interconnected and interdependent the world is, including in terms of peace.

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09:37
Cultural Diversity as a Key to Peace

Jason ‘Timbuktu’ Diakité

Language: English
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Event: Stockholm Peace Talks

Recounting his own childhood experiences, Timbuktu looks at the dangers of intolerance and xenophobia as growing sources of conflict, not only in war zones. Instead, he maintains that society must always remain vigilant and never take peace for granted, and make the effort to see cultural diversity as a significant asset in building a peaceful future for all.

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09:19
Mediating Conflicts: Reasons for Success or Failure

Jan Eliasson

Language: English
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Event: Stockholm Peace Talks

Jan begins by disclosing his formula for peace: peace, development and respect for human rights. Citing his experience as a mediator in the Iran-Iraq war, he then explains the principle elements that play a role in the success or failure of any mediation or negotiation: language, timing, cultural sensitivity, and personal relations and personality.

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11:45
Building Peace in Tensta

Deline Revend and Tomas Amanuel

Language: English
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Event: Stockholm Peace Talks

Deline and Tomas describe the work they are doing in the suburb Tensta with Interpeace. Advocating for a greater investment in this neighbourhood, they explain that tensions would be relieved by creating employment, particularly for local youth.

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08:32
As a Palestinian Israeli, What is Peace for Me?

Ghaida Rinawie Zoabi

Language: English
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Event: Stockholm Peace Talks

Peacebuilder Ghaida describes hers and her father’s experiences of the conflict in the Middle East. This comparison helps illustrate how attitudes are slowly changing, and how the Palestinian-Arab citizens of Israel could be the key to building a sustainable peace in the area.

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12:20
Reaching the Parties in a Conflict

Peter Wallensteen

Language: English
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Event: Stockholm Peace Talks

With examples from his own career, Peter reviews three key steps in mediation: entering the mediation, engaging the parties, and exiting the process. He also draws attention to the role that universities can play in peace processes as spaces for mutual dialogue and brainstorming, and advocates for their use in the future.

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10:03
Enabling Change-Makers for Peace in the Networked Society

Elaine Weidman-Grunewald

Language: English
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Event: Stockholm Peace Talks

Drawing examples from her 16-year-long career at Ericsson, Elaine discusses how the networked society can empower change-makers for peace, as well as how technology can create a culture of engagement and unity which directly serves the cause of peace. Finally, she outlines some concrete projects linked to youth and centered on technology for good, which she is currently contributing to.

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06:58
Human Connection as an Engine of Peace in the Networked Society

Forest Whitaker

Language: English
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Event: Stockholm Peace Talks

Forest defines what peace means to him as the exchange of knowledge and respect. In other words, it is the idea of people working together towards a communal goal. He then illustrates the importance of human connections in peacebuilding, with examples from the Youth Peacemaker Network, a project supported by his foundation, the Whitaker Peace & Development Initiative.

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08:35
Mediation at School

Susan Guerra and Ines Daccord

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Susan and Ines explain the peer mediation system created in the Sécheron high school in Geneva. This system has been in place for 15 years and trains students and teachers in conflict resolution and communication. Since then, students have learned to trust and respect each other more.

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08:35
La médiation au collège

Susan Guerra and Ines Daccord

Language: Français
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Event: Geneva Peace Talks 2014

Susan et Ines expliquent le système de médiation par les pairs crée au Cycle d’orientation de Sécheron à Genève. Ce système existe depuis 15 ans et forme les élèves et les professeurs à la résolution de conflit et à la communication. Depuis, les élèves ont appris à se faire confiance et à mieux se respecter.

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07:36
Effectively communicating tolerance

Randa Kassis

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Randa shares her conviction that peace must be, first and foremost, universal rather than individual. With reference to the war in Syria, she highlights the importance that all actors in a conflict take part in the peace process. Lastly, she explains the central role of dialogue and tolerance in multicultural crises.

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10:35
Bringing Parties in from the Cold

Monica McWilliams

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Monica lists three crucial questions to ask when talking peace:

  • Who is at the table?
  • What’s being put on the table?
  • What do the peace terms really mean for the people?

She demonstrates the importance of these questions with examples from her pursuit of peace in Northern Ireland.

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08:23
Cartooning For Peace

Jean "Plantu" Plantureux

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Plantu presents the work of Cartooning for Peace, a movement he initiated with former United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan in 2006. This initiative seeks to promote freedom of expression for cartoonists around the world.

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08:23
Dessins pour la paix

Jean "Plantu" Plantureux

Language: Français
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Event: Geneva Peace Talks 2014

Plantu présente le travail de Cartooning for Peace, le mouvement qu’il a initié en 2006 avec l’ancien Secrétaire général des Nations unies Kofi Annan. Cette initiative vise à promouvoir la liberté d’expression des dessinateurs autour du monde.

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10:35
Convaincre des parties recalcitrantes de s'assoir à la table de négotiation

Monica McWilliams

Language: Français
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Event: Geneva Peace Talks 2014

Monica énumère trois questions déterminantes à poser lorsque l’on parle de paix :

  • Qui doit s’asseoir à la table de négociation ?
  • De quels sujets discute-t-on ?
  • Qu’est-ce que les termes de la paix impliquent réellement pour les gens ?

Elle démontre l’importance de ces questions avec des exemples de sa propre quête pour la paix en Irlande du Nord.

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07:50
Gangs Build Peace in El Salvador

Rafael

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Rafael describes his 12 years as a gang member in war-torn El Salvador. He explains the efforts that have been made to build peace and reduce violence. Finally, he underlines the importance of gang members playing an active role in the peace process.

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07:50
Les gangs construisent la paix au Salvador

Rafael

Language: Français
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Event: Geneva Peace Talks 2014

Rafael décrit ses douze années passées dans les gangs du Salvador. Il explique les efforts entrepris pour construire la paix et réduire la violence. Enfin, il souligne le rôle important des membres des gangs dans le processus de paix.

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07:53
War reporting - a battle with dilemmas

Gunilla von Hall

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Gunilla presents some of the dilemmas that war reporters are faced with. Drawing from her own experiences in Rwanda and Iraq, she explores the questions of what reporters should publish, how critical their articles can be, and what risks they sometimes expose themselves to for a story.

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07:59
The Keys to Peace

Jeremy Brickhill

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Evoking his past as a soldier and his experience as a peace mediator, Jeremy focuses on three key elements which he deems crucial to the success of any peace process: justice, legitimacy and national ownership.

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09:32
Peace: An Inside Job

Judson Webb, Kjersti Webb and Nik Dahlstrom

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Backed by his two “human puppets” Nik and Kjersti, Judson shows how easily every day conflict can appear. Together, they explore some of the root causes of this tension. This short sketch also reminds everyone of the role played by personal history in an individual’s behaviour or mood.

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05:37
Building Peace in Venezuela

Doris Barreto

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Doris explains the importance of creating neutral spaces for rival neighbouring communities to come together peacefully and discuss sources of tension between them. She illustrates this with examples from her own work with the movement “Fe y Alegría” in Venezuela.

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07:53
Le reportage de guerre: Une bataille de dilemmes

Gunilla von Hall

Language: Français
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Event: Geneva Peace Talks 2014

Gunilla présente quelques-uns des dilemmes auxquels les journalistes de guerre sont confrontés. Puisant dans ses propres expériences au Rwanda et en Irak, elle explore les questions suivantes : •    Que devraient publier les journalistes de guerre ? •    A quel point leurs articles peuvent-ils être critiques ? •    A quels risques s’exposent les journalistes à travers leur métier ?

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07:59
Les clés de la paix

Jeremy Brickhill

Language: Français
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Event: Geneva Peace Talks 2014

Evoquant son passé en tant que soldat et médiateur de la paix, Jeremy se concentre sur trois éléments clés qu’il estime décisifs pour la réussite du processus de paix : la justice, la légitimité et l’appropriation nationale.

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09:32
La paix: Un travail qui se fait de l'intérieur

Judson Webb, Kjersti Webb et Nik Dahlstrom

Language: Français
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Event: Geneva Peace Talks 2014

Epaulé par ses deux “marionnettes humaines” Nik et Kjersti, Judson démontre comment des petits conflits de tous les jours apparaissent. Ensemble, ils explorent quelques sources de ces tensions. Ce sketch rappelle aussi le rôle joué par le passé individuel dans le comportement ou l’humeur de chacun.

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07:36
Communiquer efficacement sur la tolérance

Randa Kassis

Language: Français
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Event: Geneva Peace Talks 2014

Randa partage sa conviction que la paix doit être, avant tout, universelle plutôt qu’individuelle. Se référant à la guerre en Syrie, elle souligne l’importance d’avoir tous les acteurs d’un conflit prendre part au processus de paix. Enfin, elle explique le rôle central que jouent le dialogue et la tolérance dans les crises multiculturelles.

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14:31
Shooting and talking

Eman Mohammed and Mati Milstein

Language: English
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Eman and Mati recount their experiences of the Israel-Palestine conflict, and how the profession of photojournalism gave them the opportunity to meet individuals from either side whom they would never have met otherwise. They conclude that despite having known two dramatically different realities, photojournalism enabled them to rise above their fears of “the other”.

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08:34
Interpreting for peace

Andrew Brookes

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Andrew shares some anecdotes from his 26-year-long career as a United Nations interpreter. He reminds everyone that this profession also serves the cause of peace by transmitting messages and building bridges between people of different languages.

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08:34
Traduire pour la paix

Andrew Brookes

Language: Français
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Event: Geneva Peace Talks 2014

Andrew partage des anecdotes de sa carrière longue de 26 ans en tant qu’interprète pour les Nations unies. Il rappelle que sa profession sert aussi la cause de la paix en transmettant des messages et en construisant des ponts entre individus de langues différentes.

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05:37
Construire la paix au Venezuela

Doris Barreto

Language: Français
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Event: Geneva Peace Talks 2014

Doris explique l’importance de créer des espaces neutres où peuvent se rencontrer des communautés voisines rivales pour discuter des sources de tension entre elles. Elle illustre ceci par des exemples de son propre travail au sein de mouvement « Fe y Alegría » au Venezuela.

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14:31
Documenter et parler

Eman Mohammed et Mati Milstein

Language: Français
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Event: Geneva Peace Talks 2014

Eman et Mati racontent leur expériences du conflit israélo-palestinien, et comment leur métier de photojournalistes leur a donné l’opportunité de rencontrer des individus de chaque côté qu’ils n’auraient jamais pu rencontrer autrement. Ils concluent que, malgré avoir connu deux réalités radicalement différentes, le photojournalisme leur a permis de surmonter leur peur de « l’autre ».

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08:36
Insights About Peace Processes in the Middle East

Antoine Laham

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Antoine is a member of the Federal Department of Foreign Affairs of Switzerland. He shared his insights about his experience in the Middle East and the importance of letting local parties drive their own peacebuilding processes.

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09:36
What Is Humanitarian Dialogue?

Dennis McNamara

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Dennis is a Senior Humanitarian Advisor at the Centre for Humanitarian Dialogue (CHD). He explains that the international approach to conflict resolution is too state-centric. He argues that given that most conflicts occur within societies, more efforts need to be made to promote trust and reach out to all local actors.

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6:55
Peace Is the Most Unpopular Word

Noam Shuster

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Noam is a peacebuilder in Israel. She told us about the creative strategies she uses to promote peace in marginalized communities in her country.

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12:15
The Value of Cultural Diversity

Conradin "Kwacakworo" Perner

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Well-known ethnographer “Kwacakworo” depicts his experience in addressing South Sudan’s social unrest. He introduces the idea of valuing cultural diversity in peacebuilding instead of viewing it as an obstacle.

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08:40
Building a Home My Children Can Come Back To

James Suah Shilue

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As Director of the Platform for Dialogue and Peace in Liberia, James explains his work rebuilding a war-struck country, a feat he considers to be a “moral obligation.” His work is motivated by the aspiration to build a home for his children that “they can all come back to.”

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05:09
Future Generations and Peace

Christopher Vakkur

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Christopher elaborates on how young people are “part of the next generation that will need to continue to work towards peace.” He continues, “our generation will have new challenges to face together such as climate change, shortages of drinking water and the depletion of fossil fuels.”

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Christopher Vakkur

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Christopher précise comment les jeunes font partie de la prochaine génération qui devra continuer à œuvrer pour la paix. Il poursuit en expliquant que sa génération sera confrontée à de nouveaux défis, notamment le changement climatique, les pénuries d’eau potable, et l’épuisement des combustibles fossiles.

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09:36

Dennis McNamara

Language: Français
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Dennis est Conseiller Humanitaire au « Centre for Humanitarian Dialogue ». Il explique comment les mécanismes de résolution de conflits contemporains sont trop focalisés sur les états. Il milite pour que d’avantage d’efforts soient faits pour accroitre la confiance et inclure les acteurs locaux dans les processus de paix.

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06:55

Noam Shuster

Language: Français
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Noam est une bâtisseuse de la paix en Israël. Elle nous a parlé de quelques stratégies créatives qu’elle utilise pour promouvoir la paix dans les communautés marginalisées de son pays.

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08:36

Antoine Laham

Language: Français
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Antoine, membre du Département Fédéral des Affaires Etrangères suisse, partage son opinion sur l’importance de laisser les acteurs locaux se charger de leurs propres processus de consolidation de la paix.

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12:15

Conradin "Kwacakworo" Perner

Language: Français
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L’ethnographe fameux ‘Kwacakworo’ nous raconte son expérience dans la lutte contre les troubles sociaux au Soudan du Sud. Il évoque l’idée de valoriser la diversité culturelle en tant qu’atout – plutôt qu’obstacle – à la paix.

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08:40

James Suah Shilue

Language: Français
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En tant que directeur de la  « Platform for Dialogue and Peace » au Liberia, James « Jimmy » Shilue nous raconte son travail focalisé sur la reconstruction de son pays dévasté par la guerre. Il considère son défi  comme une « obligation morale. »

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05:21
My Dream of Peace

Léa Narjoud

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Léa shared her ideas on peace and her dream of a conflict free world but knows that we still have a long way to go. She emphasized that everyone, no matter who you are, can play a role in nurturing peace.

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09:46
The Battle for Peace Starts in the Mind

George Kohlrieser

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George illustrates how his experience as a hostage negotiator can be used to address different kinds of conflict. Solving conflict therefore requires good leadership, the willingness to understand why the other party is upset and the creation of new opportunities.

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11:47

Jeremy Lack

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Jeremy uses neuroscience to understand how social behaviour can be used for peacebuilding. Conflicts prevent our brain from being collaborative and creative. He therefore underlines the importance of mediation, which focuses on common interests, in restoring our cognitive and emotional balance.

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09:46

George Kohlrieser

Language: Français
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George illustre comment son expérience en tant que négociateur pour la libération d’otages peut être utilisée pour résoudre les conflits. La résolution de conflit nécessite donc du leadership, de la volonté de comprendre les origines de la colère des autres parties, et de savoir comment créer de nouvelles opportunités pour les acteurs.

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11:47

Jeremy Lack

Language: Français
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Jeremy explique au travers de la neuroscience comment le comportement social des Hommes peut être utilisé pour promouvoir la paix. Les conflits empêchent nos cerveaux d’être collaboratifs et créatifs. Il souligne donc l’importance de la médiation, qui en se focalisant sur les intérêts communs, nous permet de restaurer notre équilibre émotionnel et cognitif.

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05:21

Léa Narjoud

Language: Français
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Léa partage ses idées sur la paix ainsi que son rêve d’un monde sans conflit, mais elle sait que nous avons encore un long chemin à parcourir. Elle a souligné que tout le monde peut et doit jouer un rôle pour établir la paix.

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09:48
What Do Peace and Coca-Cola Have in Common?

Dimitar Andonov

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Dimitar is the Market Operations Manager at The Coca-Cola Company. He told his personal story of growing up in the Balkans and the challenges of working in a multi-ethnic team in a region that has been marked by ethnic tensions.

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09:48

Dimitar Andonov

Language: Français
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Dimitar, responsable du marketing opérationnel de Coca-Cola, nous raconte son histoire personnelle lorsqu’il grandissait aux Balkans, ainsi que les défis de travailler au sein d’une équipe multi-ethnique dans une région déjà touchée par des tensions ethniques.

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08:22
Like an Egg, Peace Needs Nurturing

Fatuma Abdulkadir Adan

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Fatuma talks about innovative methods of promoting peace and development in Kenya. She tells us how she organized football programmes with special rules that reward fair play and team work. By doing this, Fatuma empowers youth to solve conflicts without resorting to violence.

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08:22

Fatuma Abdulkadir Adan

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Fatuma parle de la promotion de la paix et du développement au Kenya. Elle nous raconte comment elle a organisé des programmes de football qui s’appuient sur l’esprit sportif des jeunes afin de leur permettre de résoudre leurs conflits.

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