FREE WEBINAR

Campaigning for Peace and Disarmament

LEADING BY EXAMPLE: ONLINE PEACE EDUCATION
Webinar Series 2020 - 2021​​​​​​​

This webinar series consists of 12 webinars for students, youth leaders and youth peace activists, on various topics related to Human Rights, Nonviolence and Conflict Resolution, Leadership, and SDGs, presented by experts in the field of Peace Building, including Nobel Peace Laureates and Organisations.

The webinars form part of the Permanent Secretariat's Youth Program, Leading by Example, and the series is presented in partnership with the Gandhi King Foundation (India).


WEBINAR 2
Campaigning for Peace and Disarmament
This webinar will highlight key issues for peace and disarmament, as well as present and discuss campaigns and the peace movement to foster a more peaceful world. Furthermore, possibilities of engagement and personal action in the presented fields will be introduced and discussed.

  • Binalakshmi “Bina” Nepram is an indigenous scholar and a woman human rights defender, whose work focuses on deepening democracy and championing women-led peace, security, and disarmament in Manipur, Northeast India, and South Asia.

  • Arielle Denis has a university background in International and Strategic Affairs and was a journalist and an activist on peace and disarmament issues. She published books and articles, as well as several movies, particularly on conflict issues. For 10 years she was the co-Chair of the French Peace Movement, Mouvement de la paix. From 2011 until 2016, she was the campaign Director for the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) for Europe, Middle East and Africa. She is now working as a consultant for the International Peace Bureau (IPB).

  • Chloé Meulewaeter is a collaborator of the Centre Delàs of Peace Studies and a PhD student in Peace Culture (UGR, Spain). She has a Master’s degree in Peace, Conflict and Development Studies (UJI, Spain), and her background is in quantitative research applied to social psychology (UCL, Belgium). Currently, her main fields of study are the relationship between military spending, arms transfers and armed conflicts, and the link between militarization and climate change. 

  • Binalakshmi “Bina” Nepram

    Indigenous scholar and woman human rights defender

  • Arielle Denis

    Former campaign Director for the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) for Europe, Middle East and Africa, and consultant for for the International Peace Bureau (IPB)

  • Chloé Meulewaeter

    Collaborator of the Centre Delàs of Peace Studies and a PhD student in Peace Culture

  • Sean Conner

    Moderator: International Peace Bureau

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