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Feb 1, 2019

Many universities teach courses about peace and conflict, and the faculty members who specialize in these matters meet annually to share their research findings. Two of our panelists had just attended the 2018 conference and the third panelist was a Saskatchewan anthropologist who talked about her experience in East Timor doing peace work.

https://youtu.be/KAGED2W_DYs     (Video version 4 June, 2018)

  • Susana Barnes, Adjust Professor of Anthropology, University of Saskatchewan
  • Christopher Hrynkow, Professor of Religious Studies, U. of Saskatchewan
  • Florence Stratton, Retired Professor of English, University of Regina
  • Peter Venton, Former Economist for the Government of Ontario, Toronto, in conversation with the host, Metta Spencer.

This series of weekly discussions is produced by Peace Magazine (see http://peacemagazine.org ) and Project Save the World (see http://tosavetheworld.ca ). On the latter website, you are invited to comment on this podcast episode and endorse the Platform for Survival, a list of 25 public policy proposals that, if enacted, will markedly reduce the risk of the six most urgent threats to humankind.