Peacebuilding Through Dialogue, and Mediation
Kam Raslan | Michael Vatikiotis
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This episode of A Bit of Culture features another in-depth chat with veteran writer and journalist Michael Vatikiotis. Through his work at The Centre for Humanitarian Dialogue (HD), Mike let us in on his role to rectify & mitigate armed conflicts through dialogue and mediation. The duo explores the trail of armed conflicts within Southeast Asia; from the pre to post-colonial period, examining its impacts, whilst realizing the complex cultural and political commonalities within the geographical region.
Produced by: Ali Johan
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Categories: History, People & Places, Education, People and Places
Tags: a bit of culture, cultural and political commonalities, culture of scholarship, democratic transitions, democratic deficit, non-geographical features, cultural boundary, Maritime Southeast Asia, fertile ground, components of society, colonialism, armed conflicts, The Centre for Humanitarian Dialogue, colonial powers, contemporary countries, vital management functions, colonial age,