Making Peace Contagious: A conversation with Marcus McAllister

A conversation with Marcus McAllister //  Interviewed by Johanna Depenthal, SC Co-founder SC: Violence is often seen as an inevitable result of conflict. How do you make a distinction between conflict and violence in your work with Cure Violence? Marcus: One of the things that we do is we look at violence being the root … Continue reading Making Peace Contagious: A conversation with Marcus McAllister

After the Headlines: Trauma and Peacebuilding in the Wake of the Rwandan Genocide

Written by Kayla Slagter //  I’ll never forget the day I realized news headlines are a collection of real people’s life stories. My friend was sharing her own story at a favorite coffee shop of ours in an up-and-coming area of Kigali, Rwanda. Because of her nationality and age, she was a teenager during the … Continue reading After the Headlines: Trauma and Peacebuilding in the Wake of the Rwandan Genocide

Speech Therapy and Self-Advocacy: A Conversation with Sarah Kenny

A conversation with  Sarah Kenny //  SC: Hello Sarah, thank you for joining us!  Can you tell us a little about Speech Pathology? Sarah: Sure! I think Speech Pathology is a field that a lot of people don’t quite understand unless they’ve had an interaction with a speech pathologist. We work with speech and language … Continue reading Speech Therapy and Self-Advocacy: A Conversation with Sarah Kenny

Trekking away from Trafficking: Restoring Dignity in the Face of Modern Day Slavery

Written by Ashleigh Gibb //Thailand is a country clothed in so much beauty, from one side to the next. It is a land of mountains, farmland, and striking beaches, alongside the world’s friendliest people. Many travel to “the land of smiles” for respite from their daily lives, whether it’s just for a two-week holiday or a … Continue reading Trekking away from Trafficking: Restoring Dignity in the Face of Modern Day Slavery

Beach Boys: How a Brit and a Group of Arawak Hunters Taught Me to See People as Human

Written by Johanna Depenthal // An observer on a moonlit spring night in 1964 on the coast of the South American country now known as Guyana might have been surprised to spy a tall, young British man moving silently and determinedly down remote Shell Beach.  Also patrolling the beach, though with a very different aim, … Continue reading Beach Boys: How a Brit and a Group of Arawak Hunters Taught Me to See People as Human