Four years ago, peace activist and World BEYOND War co-founder David Hartsough helped us kick off this podcast on our organization’s fifth birthday. Forty-three episodes later, I invited him back for an in-depth one-on-one interview.
We’re often taught that the Monroe Doctrine wasn’t acted on until decades after its articulation, or that it wasn’t acted on as a license for imperialism until it was altered or reinterpreted by later generations. This is overstated. #WorldBEYONDWar
The task before the United States is to end its Monroe Doctrine, and to end it not only in Latin America but globally, and to not only end it but to join the world as a law-abiding member. #WorldBEYONDWar
The trial of two peace activists, Edward Horgan and Dan Dowling, ended today at the Circuit Criminal Court in Parkgate Street, Dublin after a trial that lasted ten days. #WorldBEYONDWar
Join World BEYOND War on February 7 to discuss peacebuilding, mediation, and Indigenous relations in Canada with Lorelei Higgins, a Métis Canadian Cultural Mediator, Rotary Peace Fellow, Rotary Positive Peace Activator and an Indigenous Relations Strategist. She is also Mrs. Canada Globe 2022. Lorelei leads conflict transformation projects globally, with a focus on Indigenous human rights.
Lorelei Higgins’ work bridges the divide between peace work, Indigenous relations and reconciliation in Canada, and mediation across borders. What can we learn about truth and reconciliation from mediation work? What is everyday peacebuilding? What kind of peace work do we need to do within Canada’s borders? Join us to discuss the intersections of these topics and more.
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