October 6, 2020

How pop culture can shape the norms of peace

Bringing together radio storytellers from around the world to discuss the power of harnessing pop culture to create peace.

October 6, 2020

How pop culture can shape the norms of peace

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Bringing together radio storytellers from around the world to discuss the power of harnessing pop culture to create peace.

Charles Lwanga Rukundo

Charles Lwanga Rukundo, a radio drama script-writer, has written and directed more than 25 radio drama series in Rwanda, including the popular Musekeweya drama that’s been on air since 2004. He is currently La Benevolencija Rwanda’s Head of Office and Musekeweya Radio Drama Coordinator where he produces the radio drama Musekeweya. Musekeweya, or "new dawn”, sets out to empower its listeners to resist manipulation and gain empathy towards people with psychological wounds.
Rwanda

Charles Lwanga Rukundo

Charles Lwanga Rukundo, a radio drama script-writer, has written and directed more than 25 radio drama series in Rwanda, including the popular Musekeweya drama that’s been on air since 2004. He is currently La Benevolencija Rwanda’s Head of Office and Musekeweya Radio Drama Coordinator where he produces the radio drama Musekeweya. Musekeweya, or "new dawn”, sets out to empower its listeners to resist manipulation and gain empathy towards people with psychological wounds.
Rwanda

Charles Lwanga Rukundo

Charles Lwanga Rukundo, a radio drama script-writer, has written and directed more than 25 radio drama series in Rwanda, including the popular Musekeweya drama that’s been on air since 2004. He is currently La Benevolencija Rwanda’s Head of Office and Musekeweya Radio Drama Coordinator where he produces the radio drama Musekeweya. Musekeweya, or "new dawn”, sets out to empower its listeners to resist manipulation and gain empathy towards people with psychological wounds.
Rwanda

Charles Lwanga Rukundo

Charles Lwanga Rukundo, a radio drama script-writer, has written and directed more than 25 radio drama series in Rwanda, including the popular Musekeweya drama that’s been on air since 2004. He is currently La Benevolencija Rwanda’s Head of Office and Musekeweya Radio Drama Coordinator where he produces the radio drama Musekeweya. Musekeweya, or "new dawn”, sets out to empower its listeners to resist manipulation and gain empathy towards people with psychological wounds.
Rwanda

Charles Lwanga Rukundo

Charles Lwanga Rukundo, a radio drama script-writer, has written and directed more than 25 radio drama series in Rwanda, including the popular Musekeweya drama that’s been on air since 2004. He is currently La Benevolencija Rwanda’s Head of Office and Musekeweya Radio Drama Coordinator where he produces the radio drama Musekeweya. Musekeweya, or "new dawn”, sets out to empower its listeners to resist manipulation and gain empathy towards people with psychological wounds.
Rwanda

Charles Lwanga Rukundo

Charles Lwanga Rukundo, a radio drama script-writer, has written and directed more than 25 radio drama series in Rwanda, including the popular Musekeweya drama that’s been on air since 2004. He is currently La Benevolencija Rwanda’s Head of Office and Musekeweya Radio Drama Coordinator where he produces the radio drama Musekeweya. Musekeweya, or "new dawn”, sets out to empower its listeners to resist manipulation and gain empathy towards people with psychological wounds.
Rwanda

Pablo Athea Illanes

Pablo Athea is a performer, choreographer, and instructor. He founded the Psycho Circus Company in 2011 that is both a dance school and space for stimulating social consciousness about peacebuilding and social criticism. Currently, he works closely with the City Hall of La Paz, setting up a variety of plays with young artists. He has campaigned in favor of peacemaking in La Paz, and considers the performing arts a powerful tool to strengthen reconciliation and avoid conflicts for young generations.
Bolivia

Pablo Athea Illanes

Pablo Athea is a performer, choreographer, and instructor. He founded the Psycho Circus Company in 2011 that is both a dance school and space for stimulating social consciousness about peacebuilding and social criticism. Currently, he works closely with the City Hall of La Paz, setting up a variety of plays with young artists. He has campaigned in favor of peacemaking in La Paz, and considers the performing arts a powerful tool to strengthen reconciliation and avoid conflicts for young generations.
Bolivia

Pablo Athea Illanes

Pablo Athea is a performer, choreographer, and instructor. He founded the Psycho Circus Company in 2011 that is both a dance school and space for stimulating social consciousness about peacebuilding and social criticism. Currently, he works closely with the City Hall of La Paz, setting up a variety of plays with young artists. He has campaigned in favor of peacemaking in La Paz, and considers the performing arts a powerful tool to strengthen reconciliation and avoid conflicts for young generations.
Bolivia

Pablo Athea Illanes

Pablo Athea is a performer, choreographer, and instructor. He founded the Psycho Circus Company in 2011 that is both a dance school and space for stimulating social consciousness about peacebuilding and social criticism. Currently, he works closely with the City Hall of La Paz, setting up a variety of plays with young artists. He has campaigned in favor of peacemaking in La Paz, and considers the performing arts a powerful tool to strengthen reconciliation and avoid conflicts for young generations.
Bolivia

Pablo Athea Illanes

Pablo Athea is a performer, choreographer, and instructor. He founded the Psycho Circus Company in 2011 that is both a dance school and space for stimulating social consciousness about peacebuilding and social criticism. Currently, he works closely with the City Hall of La Paz, setting up a variety of plays with young artists. He has campaigned in favor of peacemaking in La Paz, and considers the performing arts a powerful tool to strengthen reconciliation and avoid conflicts for young generations.
Bolivia

Pablo Athea Illanes

Pablo Athea is a performer, choreographer, and instructor. He founded the Psycho Circus Company in 2011 that is both a dance school and space for stimulating social consciousness about peacebuilding and social criticism. Currently, he works closely with the City Hall of La Paz, setting up a variety of plays with young artists. He has campaigned in favor of peacemaking in La Paz, and considers the performing arts a powerful tool to strengthen reconciliation and avoid conflicts for young generations.
Bolivia

Sveto Muhammad Ishoq

As Afghanistan’s first Schwarzman Scholar, Sveto is passionate about women’s economic empowerment and sharing Afghanistan beyond the headlines with the world. This passion led Sveto to create Ayat, the first modest clothing brand in Afghanistan, and Chadari, a storytelling platform that gives an opportunity for Afghan women to express their opinions and perspectives, talk about their achievements, and stories of bravery.
Afghanistan

Sveto Muhammad Ishoq

As Afghanistan’s first Schwarzman Scholar, Sveto is passionate about women’s economic empowerment and sharing Afghanistan beyond the headlines with the world. This passion led Sveto to create Ayat, the first modest clothing brand in Afghanistan, and Chadari, a storytelling platform that gives an opportunity for Afghan women to express their opinions and perspectives, talk about their achievements, and stories of bravery.
Afghanistan

Sveto Muhammad Ishoq

As Afghanistan’s first Schwarzman Scholar, Sveto is passionate about women’s economic empowerment and sharing Afghanistan beyond the headlines with the world. This passion led Sveto to create Ayat, the first modest clothing brand in Afghanistan, and Chadari, a storytelling platform that gives an opportunity for Afghan women to express their opinions and perspectives, talk about their achievements, and stories of bravery.
Afghanistan

Sveto Muhammad Ishoq

As Afghanistan’s first Schwarzman Scholar, Sveto is passionate about women’s economic empowerment and sharing Afghanistan beyond the headlines with the world. This passion led Sveto to create Ayat, the first modest clothing brand in Afghanistan, and Chadari, a storytelling platform that gives an opportunity for Afghan women to express their opinions and perspectives, talk about their achievements, and stories of bravery.
Afghanistan

Sveto Muhammad Ishoq

As Afghanistan’s first Schwarzman Scholar, Sveto is passionate about women’s economic empowerment and sharing Afghanistan beyond the headlines with the world. This passion led Sveto to create Ayat, the first modest clothing brand in Afghanistan, and Chadari, a storytelling platform that gives an opportunity for Afghan women to express their opinions and perspectives, talk about their achievements, and stories of bravery.
Afghanistan

Sveto Muhammad Ishoq

As Afghanistan’s first Schwarzman Scholar, Sveto is passionate about women’s economic empowerment and sharing Afghanistan beyond the headlines with the world. This passion led Sveto to create Ayat, the first modest clothing brand in Afghanistan, and Chadari, a storytelling platform that gives an opportunity for Afghan women to express their opinions and perspectives, talk about their achievements, and stories of bravery.
Afghanistan

María José Andrade

María José Andrade is the director of Kancha Parlaspa, a Quechua community-led radio station. They work in the region of Cochabamba and they have recovered the soap opera as a dramatic genre for educational purposes and the transmission of traditional community values. Radio Kancha promotes social participation and is a unique space to spread the interests and demands coming from the small businesses located in the so-called “La Cancha” (the marketplace), a very popular and famous market within the city of Cochabamba.
Bolivia

María José Andrade

María José Andrade is the director of Kancha Parlaspa, a Quechua community-led radio station. They work in the region of Cochabamba and they have recovered the soap opera as a dramatic genre for educational purposes and the transmission of traditional community values. Radio Kancha promotes social participation and is a unique space to spread the interests and demands coming from the small businesses located in the so-called “La Cancha” (the marketplace), a very popular and famous market within the city of Cochabamba.
Bolivia

María José Andrade

María José Andrade is the director of Kancha Parlaspa, a Quechua community-led radio station. They work in the region of Cochabamba and they have recovered the soap opera as a dramatic genre for educational purposes and the transmission of traditional community values. Radio Kancha promotes social participation and is a unique space to spread the interests and demands coming from the small businesses located in the so-called “La Cancha” (the marketplace), a very popular and famous market within the city of Cochabamba.
Bolivia

María José Andrade

María José Andrade is the director of Kancha Parlaspa, a Quechua community-led radio station. They work in the region of Cochabamba and they have recovered the soap opera as a dramatic genre for educational purposes and the transmission of traditional community values. Radio Kancha promotes social participation and is a unique space to spread the interests and demands coming from the small businesses located in the so-called “La Cancha” (the marketplace), a very popular and famous market within the city of Cochabamba.
Bolivia

María José Andrade

María José Andrade is the director of Kancha Parlaspa, a Quechua community-led radio station. They work in the region of Cochabamba and they have recovered the soap opera as a dramatic genre for educational purposes and the transmission of traditional community values. Radio Kancha promotes social participation and is a unique space to spread the interests and demands coming from the small businesses located in the so-called “La Cancha” (the marketplace), a very popular and famous market within the city of Cochabamba.
Bolivia

María José Andrade

María José Andrade is the director of Kancha Parlaspa, a Quechua community-led radio station. They work in the region of Cochabamba and they have recovered the soap opera as a dramatic genre for educational purposes and the transmission of traditional community values. Radio Kancha promotes social participation and is a unique space to spread the interests and demands coming from the small businesses located in the so-called “La Cancha” (the marketplace), a very popular and famous market within the city of Cochabamba.
Bolivia

Roya Sedat

Roya Sadat is an internationally acclaimed Afghan film Producer, Director and writer. She was the first woman director in the history of Afghanistan cinema in the post-Taliban era and is the founder of ROYA Film House and Herat International Women Film Festival. A pioneer of TV Dramas in Afghanistan, she has won over 50 awards for her acclaimed production, writing and directing films on women-human rights in Afghanistan. Her last film, “A Letter to the President”, was Afghanistan’s pick for the 2018 Oscars.
Afghanistan

Roya Sedat

Roya Sadat is an internationally acclaimed Afghan film Producer, Director and writer. She was the first woman director in the history of Afghanistan cinema in the post-Taliban era and is the founder of ROYA Film House and Herat International Women Film Festival. A pioneer of TV Dramas in Afghanistan, she has won over 50 awards for her acclaimed production, writing and directing films on women-human rights in Afghanistan. Her last film, “A Letter to the President”, was Afghanistan’s pick for the 2018 Oscars.
Afghanistan

Roya Sedat

Roya Sadat is an internationally acclaimed Afghan film Producer, Director and writer. She was the first woman director in the history of Afghanistan cinema in the post-Taliban era and is the founder of ROYA Film House and Herat International Women Film Festival. A pioneer of TV Dramas in Afghanistan, she has won over 50 awards for her acclaimed production, writing and directing films on women-human rights in Afghanistan. Her last film, “A Letter to the President”, was Afghanistan’s pick for the 2018 Oscars.
Afghanistan

Roya Sedat

Roya Sadat is an internationally acclaimed Afghan film Producer, Director and writer. She was the first woman director in the history of Afghanistan cinema in the post-Taliban era and is the founder of ROYA Film House and Herat International Women Film Festival. A pioneer of TV Dramas in Afghanistan, she has won over 50 awards for her acclaimed production, writing and directing films on women-human rights in Afghanistan. Her last film, “A Letter to the President”, was Afghanistan’s pick for the 2018 Oscars.
Afghanistan

Roya Sedat

Roya Sadat is an internationally acclaimed Afghan film Producer, Director and writer. She was the first woman director in the history of Afghanistan cinema in the post-Taliban era and is the founder of ROYA Film House and Herat International Women Film Festival. A pioneer of TV Dramas in Afghanistan, she has won over 50 awards for her acclaimed production, writing and directing films on women-human rights in Afghanistan. Her last film, “A Letter to the President”, was Afghanistan’s pick for the 2018 Oscars.
Afghanistan

Roya Sedat

Roya Sadat is an internationally acclaimed Afghan film Producer, Director and writer. She was the first woman director in the history of Afghanistan cinema in the post-Taliban era and is the founder of ROYA Film House and Herat International Women Film Festival. A pioneer of TV Dramas in Afghanistan, she has won over 50 awards for her acclaimed production, writing and directing films on women-human rights in Afghanistan. Her last film, “A Letter to the President”, was Afghanistan’s pick for the 2018 Oscars.
Afghanistan

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