Mairead Maguire and Dr. Aisha Jumaan: Gaza, Yemen, and Endless Wars

TRANSCEND VIDEOS, 26 Feb 2024

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A fascinating dialogue with Nobel Peace Laureate Mairead Maguire and Yemeni-American Epidemiologist and Director of the Yemen Relief and Reconstruction Foundation, Dr. Aisha Jumaan, on the conflict in Gaza, Yemen, and the role of citizen-activists in nonviolently opposing endless wars and holding to account those responsible.

Mairead Corrigan Maguire, co-founder of Peace People, is a member of the TRANSCEND Network for Peace Development Environment. She won the 1976 Nobel Peace Prize for her work for peace in Northern Ireland. Her book, The Vision of Peace, (edited by John Dear with a foreword by Desmond Tutu and a preface by the Dalai Lama) is available from www.wipfandstock.com. She lives in Belfast, Northern Ireland. See: www.peacepeople.com.

 

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