Temi, the 4Front Project, talks about the journey of combating street violence, and how she founded a social enterprise that provides the youth with a platform where their voices can be heard. Temi Mwale is the founder of the 4Front Project, a youth-led enterprise aimed at finding solutions to street violence that is targeted at
With violent extremism on the rise, and trust in governments on the decline, Manal Omar believes that it’s time for the peacebuilding community to change its approach to conflict resolution by inviting women, with their full sexuality intact, to take a seat at the negotiating table, where currently less that 10% of negotiators are women.
What is the nature of human fear? Jennifer Stapleton shares her experience with gun violence, and how we can approach gun safety with solutions from both sides. Jennifer Stapleton is a communications manager at a prominent non-governmental organization in Washington, D.C. She is a graduate of the Emory & Henry College class of 1996, and
Every minute, someone is killed by a firearm. Whether it is in Afghanistan, Guatemala, Lebanon, Syria, Somalia or Congo, spiraling armed violence is sustained and enhanced by illicit weapons. But can a Kalashnikov really be given a new lease of life? In this talk, armed violence reduction expert, Peter Brune, takes the audience on a