Monthly Archives: July 2016

Peacebuilding Interventions and Local Ownership

Peacebuilding Interventions and Local Ownership on ICERM Radio will air Saturday, July 23, 2016 @ 2 PM Eastern Time (New York).

Theme:Peacebuilding Interventions and Local Ownership

Guest Lecturer: Joseph N. Sany, Ph.D., Technical Advisor in the Civil Society and Peacebuilding Department (CSPD) of FHI 360

Tune in on our website or call +1- (323) 642-1236 on Saturday, July 23, 2016 at 2 PM in Eastern Time (New York time, U.S.A.) to listen to the lecture and add your voice to the conversation.

Synopsis:

This lecture brings together two important notions: peacebuilding interventions -funded by international development agencies- and the question of local ownership of such interventions. In doing so, Dr. Joseph Sany will examine important issues that conflict intervenors, development agencies, and local populations often encounter: assumptions, dilemmas, worldviews, and risks of foreign driven interventions in war torn societies and what these interventions mean for local actors. Approaching these questions from the lenses of a practitioner and a researcher, and drawing on his 15 years of experience as a consultant with international development agencies and his current work as Technical Advisor at FHI 360, Dr. Sany will discuss practical implications, and share lessons learned and best practices.

Indigenous Paradigm Alternatives to Global Crises: When Worldviews Collide

Indigenous Paradigm Alternatives to Global Crises: When Worldviews Collide on ICERM Radio aired Saturday, July 16, 2016 @ 2 PM Eastern Time (New York).

Listen to the inaugural lecture of the 2016 Summer Lecture Series.

Theme:  “Indigenous Paradigm Alternatives to Global Crises: When Worldviews Collide”

Distinguished Guest: James FenelonPh.D., Director of Center for Indigenous Peoples Studies and Professor of Sociology, California State University, San Bernardino.

Violent Extremism: How, Why, When and Where do People Get Radicalized?

Violent Extremism: How, Why, When and Where do People Get Radicalized? on ICERM Radio aired Saturday, July 9, 2016 @ 2 PM Eastern Time (New York).

Listen to the ICERM Radio talk show, “Lets Talk About It,” for an engaging panel discussion on “Violent Extremism: How, Why, When and Where do People Get Radicalized? featuring three distinguished panelists with expertise on Countering Violent Extremism (CVE) and Counter-Terrorism (CT).

Mary Hope Schwoebel, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Conflict Resolution Studies, Nova Southeastern University, Florida.

Manal Taha, Jennings Randolph Senior Fellow for North Africa, U.S. Institute of Peace (USIP), Washington, D.C.

Peter Bauman, Founder & CEO at Bauman Global LLC.

Getting to the Heart of Interfaith

Getting to the Heart of Interfaith on ICERM Radio aired Saturday, July 2, 2016 @ 2 PM Eastern Time (New York).

Listen to the ICERM Radio talk show, “Lets Talk About It,” for an illuminating discussion on “Getting to the Heart of Interfaith: The Eye-Opening, Hope-Filled Friendship of a Pastor, a Rabbi & an Imam, with Imam Jamal Rahman, a popular speaker on Islam, Sufi spirituality, and interfaith relations, co-founder and Muslim Sufi minister at Seattle’s Interfaith Community Sanctuary, Adjunct Faculty at Seattle University, and former host of Interfaith Talk Radio.

In this episode, Imam Jamal Rahman talks about his “deeply personal journey to interfaith collaboration that offers hope for an inclusive and healing way of being together in the world.” Based on the transforming stories and lived experiences narrated in the book he co-authored with his Interfaith Amigos: “Getting to the Heart of Interfaith: The Eye-Opening, Hope-Filled Friendship of a Pastor, a Rabbi & an Imam,” Imam Rahman talks about “ways we can work together to transcend the differences that have divided us historically.”