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Music & Peacebuilding

Kevin Shorner-Johnson

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A professional development network at http://musicpeacebuilding.com exploring intersections of peacebuilding, culture, sacredness, relationship, community, creativity, and imagination through research and story. Thinking deeply, we reclaim space for connection and care.
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Kujenga Amani: Peacebuilding in Africa

African Peacebuilding Network

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Kujenga Amani is produced by the African Peacebuilding Network to provide listeners with informative commentary by scholars, practitioners, and policymakers working in the field of African peacebuilding. Recorded at various workshops, conferences, and meetings organized by the APN, these podcasts are disseminated with the intention of mapping emerging challenges and responding to knowledge and policy gaps, while simultaneously connecting peacebuilding conversations within Africa to those in ...
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The Workplace Conflict Resolution Podcast! Peacebuilding with Dr. Pollack featuring host Dr. Jeremy Pollack is the podcast that aims to improve work relationships and manage difficult conflicts, one caller at a time. Conflict Resolution Practitioner, Dr. P takes takes callers from around the country who are dealing with stressful work relationships to provide coaching and support in solving the workplace issues that are burdening them. You will learn practical advice for managing the conflic ...
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Listen in to conversations with women of the South China Sea in search of one common thread -- life purpose... Podcast host Jasmine Low speaks with women of this region, shares their stories and narrates articles from yesteryear and delves into her 10-year research into sound frequencies and how that got her to "Listen by Heart" in finding her own purpose. Were all of the women before her in search of the same goal? It's telling in the daily greeting by Nanyang migrants in their own dialects ...
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World Music Drumming offers opportunities for teachers to enrich general music curricula through ensemble-centered explorations of diverse musics. This episode with Patty Bourne, director of World Music drumming, explores the legacy of Will Schmid, impacts on teachers, expansions of musical visions, and the future of this curricula. Alongside the v…
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The Exciting World of Digital Peacebuilding - With Martina Richard and Karolin Loch from the Civil Peace Service of AGIAMONDO Welcome back to season three of The Peacebuilding Practitioner’s podcast. Season three is all about digital peacebuilding, this highly complex, tremendously exciting, often messy, and quickly developing intersection where em…
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The Exciting World of Digital Peacebuilding - With Nina Strumpf from the Berghof Foundation Welcome back to season three of The Peacebuilding Practitioner’s podcast. Season three is all about digital peacebuilding, this highly complex, tremendously exciting, often messy, and quickly developing intersection where emerging technologies and the digita…
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In this episode of "Peacebuilding with Dr. Pollack," Stephanie discusses her challenges with a new director at her production company who fails to provide clear guidance and budget approvals, leading to her being unfairly blamed for overspending. Despite her attempts to seek clarity and direction, the director's close friendship with the company's …
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Welcome to the Listen by Heart Podcast, where we feature Stories from Women of the South China Sea. I’m Jasmine Low and today, I will be joined by Che Puan Sarimah Ibrahim, a woman with many talents. I remember watching her present MTV music videos, emceeing events on television, she even had her own talk show. In her IMDb profile, she is an Actor,…
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Originally released on Feb 2, 2024: AFT Podcasts present the Listen by Heart Podcast, where we feature Stories from Women of the South China Sea. Presenter Jasmine Low speaks with Amanda Nell Eu, a Malaysian film director and scriptwriter known for her recent body horror film Tiger Stripes - set in a Malaysian jungle in which a girl experiences a s…
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The Exciting World of Digital Peacebuilding - With Emma Baumhofer from swisspeace Welcome back to season three of The Peacebuilding Practitioner’s podcast. Season three is all about digital peacebuilding, this highly complex, tremendously exciting, often messy, and quickly developing intersection where emerging technologies and the digital world on…
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In this episode of "Peacebuilding with Dr. Pollack," Michael shares his frustration with team members' consistent tardiness at his former company, impacting educational training sessions. Despite raising the issue with supervisors and HR, he received no support, encountering a dismissive attitude towards the problem attributed to generational work …
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Host: Dr. Jeremy Pollack from Pollack Peacebuilding Systems More from Dr. Pollack: Peaceful Leaders Academy Conflict Resolution Playbook: Practical Communication Skills for Preventing, Managing, and Resolving Conflict FREE e-book: The Ultimate 12-Step Guide to Coworker Mediation: Free Ebook - Pollack Peacebuilding Systems Connect with Dr. Pollack o…
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The Exciting World of Digital Peacebuilding - With George Katz from Bellingcat Welcome back to season three of The Peacebuilding Practitioner’s podcast. Season three is all about digital peacebuilding, this highly complex, tremendously exciting, often messy, and quickly developing intersection where emerging technologies and the digital world on th…
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In this insightful episode of Peacebuilding with Dr. Pollack, we delve into the complexities of modern workplace culture and the challenges it poses for individuals across generations. Our caller, Joe, a retired general manager with over three decades of experience in the motor coach transportation industry, shares his unexpected journey of returni…
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In this enlightening episode of "Peacebuilding with Dr. Pollack," we dive into the compelling story of Jazz, who faced a life-altering challenge that reshaped his perspective and life choices. After a devastating car accident while driving for Uber, Jazz found himself grappling with the loss of his car, lack of insurance coverage, and a painful bac…
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The Exciting World of Digital Peacebuilding - With Helena Puig-Larrauri from BuildUp Welcome back to season three of The Peacebuilding Practitioner’s podcast. Season three is all about digital peacebuilding, this highly complex, tremendously exciting, often messy, and quickly developing intersection where emerging technologies and the digital world…
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In this episode of "Peacebuilding with Dr. Pollack," we delve into the challenges faced by educators in the classroom. Our guest, Rosemarie, an elementary school teacher, shares her experience with a student displaying violent behavior linked to playing inappropriate video games. Her attempt to address this issue with the parents leads to a confron…
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This interview with Dr. Mica Estrada explores her work in researching belonging, social identity, and kindness. Beginning with an exploration of impostor phenomena, we first explore stories about Donna Hicks’s direct experience at being affirmed and welcomed. Returning to Estrada’s research, we examine the impact of Dr. Kellman and the development …
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In this insightful episode of Peacebuilding with Dr. Pollack, we delve into the complex world of workplace dynamics and client relationships. Our guest, Chad, brings forth a relatable dilemma faced by many professionals: how to renegotiate rates and manage expectations with a longstanding client. As a W2 employee acting in a client-focused role, Ch…
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The Exciting World of Digital Peacebuilding - With Matilde Vaca Torrico from the Civil Peace Service of GIZ/Bolivia Welcome back to season three of The Peacebuilding Practitioner’s podcast. Season three is all about digital peacebuilding, this highly complex, tremendously exciting, often messy, and quickly developing intersection where emerging tec…
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Welcome to another insightful episode of the "Peacebuilding with Dr. Pollack" podcast, where we delve into the complex world of workplace conflicts and offer expert coaching and advice. In this episode, we're joined by a caller, Susan, who shares her troubling experience of being persistently hit on by a coworker, who is also a supervisor at her jo…
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🎧 Join us in this engaging episode of "Peacebuilding with Dr. Pollack," where we delve into the delicate issue of managing oversharing in the workplace. In this insightful conversation, Dr. Pollack offers expert guidance to Sapphire, who is facing an uncomfortable situation with a coworker. 🌟 Episode Highlights: Sapphire's experience with a coworke…
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The Exciting World of Digital Peacebuilding - With Daniel Duke Odongo from Ushahidi Welcome back to season three of The Peacebuilding Practitioner’s podcast. Season three is all about digital peacebuilding, this highly complex, tremendously exciting, often messy, and quickly developing intersection where emerging technologies and the digital world …
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🎙️ Welcome to another insightful episode of "Peacebuilding with Dr. Pollack," where we dive into the complexities of workplace dynamics and offer practical advice for professionals navigating challenges in their careers. 🌟 In this episode, Dr. Pollack engages with a live caller, Christine, a business consultant from a fast-paced startup tech firm i…
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In this episode of Peacebuilding with Dr. Pollack, Dr. Jeremy Pollack speaks with Jim, who is curious what to do when you've worked at a company for a while and start to see your more junior colleagues getting promoted over you. 🔔 Subscribe to our channel for more episodes on workplace conflict resolution. Share this with friends and colleagues who…
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This is the first in a two-part series on dignity, belonging, awe, humility, kindness, and identity. In this first episode, we spend time with Dr. Donna Hicks to discuss the magic of dignity language, a South African heritage of Mandela Consciousness and Ubuntu, and expansions of the self through pathways of humility, vulnerability, and awe. The Mu…
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The Exciting World of Digital Peacebuilding - With Anne-Marie Buzatu from the ICT4Peace Foundation Welcome back to season three of The Peacebuilding Practitioner’s podcast. Season three is all about digital peacebuilding, this highly complex, tremendously exciting, often messy, and quickly developing intersection where emerging technologies and the…
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In this insightful episode of "Peacebuilding with Dr. Pollack," we delve into the complexities of workplace relationships and how to mend them. Our host, Dr. Jeremy Pollack, offers free coaching and advice to callers dealing with conflicts in their professional environments. Today's episode features Vanessa, who shares her challenge of repairing a …
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In the latest episode of the Peacebuilding with Dr. Pollack show, Dr. Jeremy Pollack assists caller Maria, newly transitioning into a different work environment, who is apprehensive about forming friendships due to past problematic involvements in office conflict. Dr. Pollack advises on setting clearly defined boundaries and demarcates the differen…
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The Exciting World of Digital Peacebuilding - With Bjoern Eser from The Peacebuilding Practitioner Welcome back to season three of The Peacebuilding Practitioner’s podcast. Season three is all about digital peacebuilding, this highly complex, tremendously exciting, often messy, and quickly developing intersection where emerging technologies and the…
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In this episode of 'Peacebuilding with Dr. Pollack,' Dr. Jeremy Pollack assists a caller, Anthony, who is experiencing a troublesome situation at his retail job. Anthony discusses a troublesome coworker whose lack of effort and contribution is causing frustration among the team. Despite having expressed concerns to the coworker and team leaders, th…
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The Exciting World of Digital Peacebuilding - Teaser for Season 3 Welcome back to season three of The Peacebuilding Practitioner’s podcast. Season three is all about digital peacebuilding, this highly complex, tremendously exciting, often messy, and quickly developing intersection where emerging technologies and the digital world on the one hand an…
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Join Dr. Jeremy Pollack in this episode of Peacebuilding with Dr. Pollack as he addresses the challenges of workplace conflicts and offers valuable advice. Lily, a young professional facing issues with her boss and colleagues, seeks guidance on how to approach the situation. She is also facing some bullying from a group of coworkers. Dr. Pollack di…
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In this episode of Peacebuilding with Dr. Pollack, Dan shares his experience with a toxic work environment and seeks advice on how to handle similar situations in the future. Dr. Jeremy Pollack provides insights and recommendations on managing workplace harassment and improving communication within organizations. Be a caller on the show at https://…
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In this episode of Peacebuilding with Dr. Pollack, Susan shares a story about a time she was confronted by a rude customer at the library. She felt unsupported by her coworker and manager, and she's not sure what to do if it happens again. Dr. Pollack discusses the importance of having protocols and training in place for dealing with unruly custome…
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Part two of the conversation with Dr. Nina Kraus examines how we find our sense of belonging within our sonic worlds. Speaking of how sound connects us, we enter dialogues about modulations of harmony, synchrony, the power of singing, and how musical training may make us more emotionally sensitive to harmonic cues within human voice. Turning to bil…
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In this episode of Peacebuilding with Dr. Pollack, Dr. Jeremy Pollack talks to Marie, who is considering applying for a higher position at work. Marie is hesitant to talk to her manager about her plans, because she is worried that her manager will try to block her from moving up. Dr. Pollack offers Marie some advice on how to talk to her manager ab…
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In this two-part series with Dr. Nina Kraus we examine the neuroscience of our hearing brains, exploring how we make meaning from our sonic worlds. In episode 1, we look at the afferent and efferent journeys as our brains construct meaning from sonic experience. Examining reading, we understand how reading is powered by the strength of our recognit…
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In this episode of Peacebuilding with Dr. Pollack, Dr. Jeremy Pollack talks to Steven about how to deal with a micromanaging boss. Steven shares his experience of working at a company where the C-suite micromanaged the middle managers and frontline workers. Dr. Pollack explains that micromanagement is often a trust issue, and that the first step is…
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In this episode of Peacebuilding with Dr. Pollack, Kevin, a caller, asks for advice on how to manage a friend who is now his subordinate. Dr. Jeremy Pollack offers Kevin some great tips on how to have a conversation with his friend to understand what's going on for him and how to find a way to work together effectively. If you're in a similar situa…
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Peacebuilding with Dr. Pollack: Workplace Conflict Advice In this episode of Peacebuilding with Dr. Pollack, Joe joins the show to discuss a workplace conflict he experienced during the COVID-19 pandemic. Joe's company allowed a coworker to return to work after a vacation in New York City, which was a hotspot for COVID-19 at the time. Joe felt unco…
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Emma, a vegan employee, is frustrated because someone is stealing her lunch from the communal fridge at work. She has tried writing her name on her food, but that hasn't stopped the thief. Dr. Pollack suggests that Emma try bringing her lunch to work in an insulated cooler. This would keep her food cold and prevent it from being confused with other…
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Exploring the research of Batja Mesquita and other cultural psychologists and social psychologists, this episode examines how emotions are enacted between humans. Challenging the US-centric worldview that emotions are only within an individual, Mesquita notes that emotions are continuously enacted within culture and relationships. Our podcast contr…
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In this episode of the Peacebuilding with Dr. Pollack show, Dr. Jeremy Pollack talks to Elliot, a young person who has been working at a fast food restaurant for a month but has not yet been paid. Dr. Pollack advises Elliot to set a deadline for when he needs to be paid, and if he is not paid by that deadline, he should quit his job and file a clai…
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In this episode of Peacebuilding with Dr. Pollack, Chris talks about a coworker who is always late for work. Dr. Jeremy Pollack provides some tips on how to deal with this situation in a way that is assertive and respectful. Here are the steps Dr. Pollack recommends: Build rapport with your coworker. This will help to create a more positive and tru…
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In this episode of Peacebuilding with Dr. Pollack, Melissa calls in to discuss her concerns about ageism in the workplace. She shares how she has seen her coworkers make ageist comments towards an older worker, saying things like "we need young energy" and skipping over the older coworkers for trade shows. Dr. Pollack talks to Melissa about the dif…
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In this episode of the Peacebuilding with Dr. Pollack Podcast, Dr. Jeremy Pollack talks with Alexandra about how to deal with two common workplace conflicts: having too much work on your plate and a direct report who won't stand up for you. Alexandra is a hard worker who is always willing to take on new challenges. However, lately she has been feel…
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In this episode of the Peacebuilding with Dr. Pollack podcast, Dr. Pollack talks to Ms. Apple, a listener who is dealing with a workplace conflict. Ms. Apple's boss seems to ignore her ideas during meetings, and then takes credit for them later. Dr. Pollack helps Ms. Apple to understand the different types of workplace conflicts, and provides her w…
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Actor and writer Keith discusses how he deals with homophobic comments from his colleagues. In this episode of Peacebuilding with Dr. Pollack, Keith talks about his experiences as an openly gay man in the entertainment industry. He shares how he has learned to stand up for himself when faced with homophobic comments, without being adversarial or st…
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Peacebuilding with Dr. Pollack featuring host Dr. Jeremy Pollack is the podcast that aims to improve work relationships and manage difficult conflicts, one caller at a time. Conflict Resolution Practitioner, Dr. P takes takes callers from around the country who are dealing with stressful work relationships to provide coaching and support in solving…
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This episode explores the work of Taína Asili, her album Resiliencia, and the many voices that inspired her work in this album. As we understand notions of belonging, we explore Puerto Rican heritage, alternative voices of punk culture, language of re-membering, and the work of dismantling frameworks of scarcity to find deeper forms of belonging to…
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The Beauty of Death was written by Lebanese-American writer, Kahlil Gibran (1883-1931). It's presented here in a three-part series, read for a friend who is leaving our realm. Read the full text here: https://listenbyheart.webprojx.com/2023/08/09/special-the-beauty-of-death/. --- The Beauty of Death by Kahlil Gibran Part One - The Calling Let me sl…
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What does it mean to belong? This question and other fascinating questions on belonging will be explored in season four of the music and peacebuilding podcast. Our topics will include musical reclamations, musical identities, the neuroscience of sound and belonging, the psychology of our emotional lives, belonging and refugee choirs, peacebuilding,…
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