Thanks to Professor Tetsushi Ogata at UC-Berkeley for reaching out to us for our first university screening of the rough cut. In October Professor Ogata showed the film in his class, “Conflict Resolution, Social Change and Cultures of Peace” class, an upper division course taught in the Peace and Conflict Studies Program.
Last week Yusra Salim at UNDP-Sudan reported back on the rough cut screening of PEACE IN OUR POCKETS at their first ever Social Good Summit. I appreciated Yusra and her colleague Margunn for reaching out to me and arranging for a screening during this busy peacebuilding conference. A focus of the Social Good Summit was
I wanted to share a bit about our screening at BUILD PEACE 2014 and my short time taking in the Ignite sessions. First, big thanks to the organizers of BUILD PEACE for creating this venue for peacebuilders from around the world to convene, share and inspire. They also created time and space for our screening
Join us for a Work-In-Progress screening at the Build Peace Conference in Cambridge, MA on Fri., April 4th. Special thanks to the Build Peace team for hosting this event which kicks off a weekend of sharing experiences and ideas on using technology for peacebuilding and conflict transformation. The film screens April 4th @ 7pm in