Johan Galtung on Present Russia/Norway Conflict

TRANSCEND VIDEOS, 2 Jul 2018

Synöve Faldalen | Arctic Meeting Point – TRANSCEND Media Service

This interview was part of the Peace Seminar organized by Arctic Meeting Point at the Tromsø Public Library, Norway on 12 Apr 2018.

Interview conducted by Synöve Faldalen, director of SABONA-TRANSCEND in Daily Life, a Conflict Resolution method for school children conceived by Johan Galtung.

 

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One Response to “Johan Galtung on Present Russia/Norway Conflict”

  1. Poka Laenui says:

    Viewing this video simply reminds me of the great importance of history, of historical analysis, of application of the two to the present circumstances we face, and most of all, of an individual with the ability to put all of that into voice. I thank Ms Faldalen for her providing the space in which we could hear and see this important program with the good Professor Galtung on the present Russia/Norway conflict, from which we can take this information and expand it world-wide.

    Many people in the U.S.A. are very anxious to hear this program as well.

    I recommend that a transcript be prepared and released so that community television producers may re-produce this program within our communities, and using the transcript as a “back-up” to assist our viewers to overcome our obstacles of hearing at the right volume or of our unfamiliarity with the Norwegian-English to our Hawaiian ears.

    Thank you for an excellent program.

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