Podcasts

Podcasts, as a widely accessible communication channel, helps us share our information and knowledge with other people, working on SSR, establishing an active network for meaningful collaboration.

Making Peace Last: Conversation with Rob Ricigliano

This podcast by Third Coat Digest is a conversation with Rob Ricigliano, author of Making Peace Last, reflecting on his work and experiences working for sustainable peacebuilding.

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Le Sahel : une région clef pour la France et l'Europe

Entretien d'Andrew Lebovich, visiting Fellow à l'ECFR, par Manuel Lafont Rapnouil, directeur du bureau de Paris de l'ECFR, sur les enjeux et la situation actuelle au Sahel.

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Quel avenir pour les relations transatlantiques ?

En janvier prochain, la nouvelle administration américaine fera face à un agenda international chargé, des crises au Moyen-Orient à la relation avec la Russie en passant par la stabilité du Pacifique et l’accompagnement de l’essor géopolitique de la Chine. Quelle place la relation avec l’Europe occupera-t-elle dans ce contexte, et comment les Européens pourront-ils, après le Brexit, s’organiser pour faire évoluer la relation transatlantique dans un sens conforme à leurs intérêts et à leurs attentes ?

Particiants : Avec la participation de Christine OCKRENT, journaliste et commentatrice politique, et Jeremy SHAPIRO, directeur des études, ECFR et précédemment chercheur à la Brookings Institution.

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Implications of Applying IHL to Low-Intensity Conflict: From Internal Disturbance to Armed Conflict

The Advanced Training Program on Humanitarian Action (ATHA) is a program of the Harvard Humanitarian Initiatives's. Humanitarian actors increasingly find themselves in contexts where the application of the norms and concepts of international humanitarian law (IHL) is contested. In particular, those working in possible situations of non-international armed conflict are often faced with the fact that it can be far from clear whether or not there exists a situation of armed conflict, which is required for the application of IHL.The key questions of this podcast include:

- What are the implications of classifying a situation of armed conflict under IHL? What is the impact of classification of conflict by some parties or actors and not by others?

- How should humanitarian organizations decide whether to advocate for the application of IHL to low-intensity conflicts?

-  From both a legal and policy perspective, what are the advantages and disadvantages of applying IHL? Beyond IHL, how can other relevant legal tools be utilized to enhance humanitarian protection?

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Voice of a Practitioner in Pakistan – Mossarat Qadeem

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For this podcast episode on Violent Extremism by the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), Shannon N. Green sits down with Mossarat Qadeem, Founder and Director of the PAIMAN Alumni Trust, and partner of the Women’s Alliance for Security Leadership (WASL). Mossarat shares her experience as a practitioner countering violent extremism at the grassroots levels in some of the most conflict-affected areas of Pakistan. She talks about the importance of building trust at the community-level and the contributions women can make to peace and security – locally and globally.

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