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Sep

Max Oliva, Associate Director of IE’s Social Impact Management
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The Peacemaker season the BBC World is currently having from the 2nd September to 1st October is a must see. It deals with “conflict resolution, investigating the causes, ramifications and possible resolution of conflicts around the world”.
Two live debates with some of the most eminent Nobel Peace laureates will take place, including a “three-part series where victims and perpetrators of Northern Ireland’s conflict come face to face with each other for the first time, plus a series six years in the making, focusing on the lives of five American teenagers growing up in a culture of violence, and the transformation they go through with the help of their Nobel laureate mentors”.
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Conversations with such eminent world thinkers and doers of our time such as Archbishop Desmond Tutu and Oscar Arias, with whom I have had the opportunity to be with in two occasions while working with the State of the World Forum, as well as the Dalai Lama and Rigoberta Menchu, is an opportunity which will not only prove inspiring, but influential in the way we see the world.
Read more about BBC World’s Peace Maker Series.

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