ABOUT KARUNA CONNECTORS:
This is a drop-in group that meets every other month (on Zoom) to connect & learn about transformative, nonviolent solutions to conflict in communities worldwide.
These events are without obligation, but with opportunities to learn about and support our peacebuilding projects.
All are welcome. Scroll up to register!
Our community of peacebuilders, supporters, and advocates is at the core of everything that we do. We invite you to connect with us and help build a more peaceful world.
Women’s Peace Leadership—Creating Change in Iraq, Nigeria, and Beyond (5/25/22)
While the involvement of women leaders is strongly correlated with longer-lasting peace, women’s vital contributions often go unrecognized, and women are typically excluded from peace and security decisions. How can peacebuilding processes reverse this trend? We were joined by Dr. Fatima Akilu, Executive Director of Neem Foundation in Nigeria, and Suzan Aref, Founder and Director of Women Empowerment Organization in Iraq.
More Than Just Talk—Dialogue and Environmental Justice (3/1/22)
Tina Johnson and Olivia Dreier co-facilitate Transforming the Conversation on Carbon Pricing. We talked with them about this unique initiative, which brings a range of environmental justice leaders and carbon pricing advocates together for confidential dialogues that cultivate common ground.
Not Just Today’s Headline—Building Long-Term Peace (11/16/21)
Experienced peacebuilders who have long been involved with Karuna Center—Rosette Sebasoni, Amra Pandžo, and Ravindra Kandage—joined us to discuss the ways in which building peace requires long-term commitment, nurturing, and support.
The Power of Dialogue (9/28/21)
Karuna Peacebuilding Associate Seth Karamage and Board member Liz Hume joined us to discuss how dialogue can be used as a critical tool for building peace.