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Forage Center Conversations

An ongoing series, Forage Center Conversations brings humanitarians and peacebuilders together with Forage Center staff to discuss pertinent topics.

Empowering Emerging Humanitarians 

An ongoing series, Forage Center Conversations brings humanitarians and peacebuilders together with Forage Center staff to discuss pertinent topics.

Since 2020, Forage Center staff have interviewed professionals across the humanitarian and peacebuilding spectrum to discuss hard-hitting topics. See the full playlist here, or click a link below to view.

 

Relationship violence, what systems of power allow it to persist, how we transform them and what solidarity can look like globally.

with Naomi Davis

Emma Laigaisse: Humanitarian, Graduate Student, and Forage Corps '23 Participant

Assessment and Evaluations in Peacebuilding and Humanitarian Educations and Careers

with Katie Zanoni

Haiti, Tearfund, & Faith-Based Work

with Marc Romyr Antoine, Country Director, Tearfund

Sustainability in Disaster Response – Understanding the Progression of Vulnerability

with Maritza Jauregui, Stockton University

Post-Crisis Community Well-Being: Applying Lessons From Peacebuilding and Reconciliation to COVID-19 Recovery Efforts

with Lauren Balasco, Stockton University

Integrating Community Trauma Into Humanitarian Work

with Melanie D. Hetzel-Riggin, Penn State Behrend

Emergency Management as a Leadership Career Path for Women: Challenges and Opportunities

with Anna Feigum, Oregon Department of Emergency Management, and Shayle Sabo, Colorado Resiliency Office

Peacebuilding Careers in a Time of Global Change and Disruption

with David J. Smith, Forage Center

Developing Cultural Competencies for Conscious Humanitarian Work

with Dakota Garilli, Mx. Garilli's Workshops and Consulting, and Shallegra Moye, University of Pittsburgh

Best Practices in Humanitarian Education in Global Times of Change

with David J. Smith, Forage Center

Making Social and Political Change Through the Application of Humanitarian Skills

with Eli McCarthy, DC Peace Team

Humanitarianism Is My Day Job: Finding a Career That Brings Meaning

with Craig Zelizer, PCDN Global

The Power in the Peer: Peer Partnership Development in Humanitarian Education

with Keleigh Blount, Lenoir-Rhyne University

Beyond the Checkbox: Making the Most of Your Training Exercises

with Forage Center staff: David J. Smith, Lena Choudhary, and Peter Reynolds

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