• Podcast: Maria Banda on the Climate Change-Security Nexus

    Maria Banda: The Climate Change-Security Nexus, Oct. 27 2016 Synopsis by Lucas Garzon Mounting evidence suggests that despite climate change being dominantly framed as an environmental problem, its impact is not limited to any single policy area. Experts such as Maria Banda [insert title/role] argue that peace and security–especially that of fragile and failing states–is […]

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  • Podcast: Erin Mooney on the Ottawa Process

    Synopsis by Serena diBiase In October 2016 at The Ottawa Process Twenty Years Later, Erin Mooney, Senior Protection Adviser for the United Nations Protection Capacity & Senior Research, spoke about the perils faced by internally displaced persons (IDPs), and the unique challenge of providing them with humanitarian support. Internally Displaced Persons are people forced to […]

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  • Podcast: Jill Sinclair on Diplomacy and the Ottawa Process

    Reflections on the Ottawa Process In this recording from The Ottawa Process Twenty Years Later in October 2016, Jill Sinclair, Executive Director, External Engagement, Canadian Defence Academy reflects on the whirlwind of diplomatic activity that drove the Ottawa Process, from inspired leadership to the innovative collaboration of governments, NGOs and academics that laid the groundwork […]

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  • Podcast: Paul Hannon on Mine Action since the Ottawa Treaty

    Disarmament and the Last Twenty Years What was the world of disarmament like in 1996 when Lloyd Axworthy challenged the world to eliminate the use of landmines? How has it changed in the last twenty years? In this recording from The Ottawa Process Twenty Years Later in October 2016, Mines Action Canada Executive Director Paul […]

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  • Podcast: Megan Burke on Civil Society and Mine Action

    Civil Society in Mine Action In this recording from The Ottawa Process Twenty Years Later in October 2016, ICBL-CMC Director Megan Burke addresses the ongoing role of civil society in mine action, particularly the ICBL’s Landmine Monitor. First published in 1999, the Landmine Monitor established the baseline reporting that has allowed the international community to […]

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