Over 70 million people in the world today are forcibly displaced as a result of persecution, violence, human rights violations, or climate disaster. The injustices of conflict and the climate crisis hit the most vulnerable hardest - and COVID19 could make such catastrophes even worse. In this episode, two former presidents discuss conflict, climate, and the search for justice in the time of coronavirus. We will unpack the role of women in peacebuilding and what can be done to ensure vulnerable populations are not disproportionately impacted by disasters.
Learn from expert voices:
Mary Robinson, former President of Ireland; former UN High Commissioner for Human Rights; Chair of The Elders
Juan Manuel Santos, former President of Colombia; Nobel Peace Laureate
Hazami Barmada, Founder & CEO, Humanity Lab Foundation
Finding Humanity is a production of Humanity Lab Foundation and Hueman Group Media. Our inaugural season is made possible in part by our collaborating partner, The Elders.
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