To celebrate the International Day of Peace, Tanenbaum launches the Peacemakers in Action podcast!
The first audio case study episode “Conflict is a Flower: Dishani Jayaweera, Sri Lanka” features Tanenbaum Peacemaker in Action Dishani Jayaweera of Sri Lanka. We hear about Dishani’s peacebuilding journey in her own powerful words.
In the “More on Dishani and Sri Lanka” follow-up episode, we hear from Rev. Susan Hayward (Harvard Divinity School) about the conflict in Sri Lanka and Dishani’s grassroots activism.
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In the coming weeks, you’ll also hear from Rev. Jacky Manuputty of Indonesia. We’ll follow his journey for provoking peace.
Special thank you to the Henry Luce Foundation and Paddock Fund for supporting the pilot season of these powerful peace narratives. We are proud of this project and excited to launch it after years of hard work.
We know you’ll be inspired no matter the field you’re in,
Rev. Mark Fowler
PS: The Introduction episode sets the scene of the Peacemakers in Action podcast. It features Tanenbaum CEO Emeritus Joyce Dubensky, Religions for Peace Secretary General Dr. Azza Karam, Peacemakers in Action Friar Ivo Markovic, Deng Giguiento, and more. Click to subscribe on Apple, Spotify, and Google.