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"With every true friendship we build more firmly the foundations on which the peace of the whole world rests” Mahatma Gandhi
Spirit of Peace is pleased to begin this new series of events and educational videos based on nearly two decades of working together towards a world of peace and flourishing for all, with partners in the UK and abroad. Initially by Zoom, we will host interactive talks and workshops.
Even as the world faces multiple crises and increasing polarisation, there is a growing awareness of the interconnected nature of life on Planet Earth. These events will allow us to connect or reconnect with our renowned peace partners and speakers, connect with like-minded people who are committed to working together for the common good for the flourishing of the Earth and our planet, and learn from each other's work and experience.
In this interview, Anna Aragão talked to Elliott Lancaster about learning from failures, problems of education in Brazil, Gera recycling co-operative, bioplastics, supporting micro-entrepreneurship, and their favourites among the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
In this interview, Ana Júlia talked to Elliott Lancaster about going from a position of being underestimated and lacking experience to being successful, competing in robotics competitions, and making an aerator to improve milk quality in impoverished areas.
In this interview, Elliott Lancaster talks to Isabel de Berrie about his work with various projects including homelessness, recycling, education, and sustainability, as well as the importance of getting involved to create change.
Spirit of Peace trustee Elliott Lancaster interviews Clement about how he helped his community in rural Cameroon gain access to education, and how important it is to make connections.
In this video, Elliott Lancaster interviews his fellow Chegg Global Student Award nominee, Igor Jovanovic. They talk about working collaboratively, sustainable technology, and perceptions of Serbia.
In this interview, Elliott Lancaster talks to Aya Yousef from Lebanon about helping others into education, the "To Read" online platform, experience in a refugee camp, and various community projects.
Professor Mazin is based at the University of Bethlehem and is working in the field of Biodiversity under incredibly difficult circumstances. We will soon upload the second part of this interview.