The Peace Corner Podcast - Dialogue in Mexico: The Antidote for Drug-Related Violence
We are back with the second series of The Peace Corner Podcast! Picking up on where we left off, our ambitious interns pursue the quest for knowledge. They will swirl down the path in their pursuit of curiosity. And we will follow them to find out more from the voices behind peace. With each pod, we will be talking to a different peacebuilder, with a different story to tell. By offering unique perspectives on a spectrum of issues, we hope to engage, challenge and open your ears to the many courageous voices making peace possible. Did you know we can be found on iTunes, Spotify, Soundcloud, Stitcher and more? Make sure to subscribe, if you want to stay tuned!
For the second episode, we sat down with the President of SERAPAZ, Miguel Álvarez Gándara, a Mexican peacebuilder in heart and word. For decades, Mexico has been embroiled in a deadly war on drugs. While the lens of the media remains focused on the government and infamous drug cartels, those striving for a better society remain invisible. It is time to change that. So, we sat down with the President of SERAPAZ. So, how can dialogue serve as the antidote to the violence? How can we shift away from a culture of violence to one of peace? Of course this episode can also be found on iTunes, Spotify, Soundcloud, Stitcher and other places!
Music credit: ‘Coffee Shopping' by Bruno Freitas, licensed under hooksounds.com.