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Wed, 18 May



Webinar on the intersection between Conflict, Mental Health, and Peacebuilding

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Webinar on the intersection between Conflict, Mental Health, and Peacebuilding
Webinar on the intersection between Conflict, Mental Health, and Peacebuilding

Time & Location

18 May 2022, 12:00 – 13:00 BST


About the event

You are invited to the first of our Network webinar series via Zoom.

When: May 18, 2022 12:00 PM London

Topic: The intersection between Conflict, Mental Health, and Peacebuilding

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Meeting ID: 896 2319 6343

Passcode: 535566


Passcode: 535566

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Webinar Speakers

Professor Prathivadi Anand (Head of Department of Peace Studies and International Development. @University of Bradford)

Professor Anand is a specialist in environmental economics and public policy with a focus on the interface of urban economy, environment and sustainability. He was the principal author of the Mongolia National Human Development Report 2011 titled From vulnerability to sustainability for UNDP. He is a council member of the Development Studies Association and a Fellow of the Human Development and Capability Association.

Professor Anand will be presenting on the impact of conflict on the attainment of SDGs.

Professor Ananda Breed (Professor in Theatre / Programme Leader @University of Lincoln)

Professor Ananda Breed is author of Performing the Nation: Genocide, Justice, Reconciliation (Seagull Books, 2014) and co-editor of Performance and Civic Engagement (Palgrave Macmillan, 2017) in addition to several publications that address transitional systems of governance and the arts. She has worked as a consultant for IREX and UNICEF in Kyrgyzstan on issues concerning conflict prevention and conducted applied arts workshops in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Indonesia, Japan, Kyrgyzstan, Nepal, Palestine, Rwanda and Turkey. Breed was founder of the Centre for Performing Arts Development (CPAD) at the University of East London and former research fellow at the International Research Centre Interweaving Performance Cultures at Freie University 2013-2014).

Professor Breed will be presenting on the use of arts through digital platform: Linking mental health, conflict, and structural violence

Professor Tim Prentki (Professor of Theatre for Development @University of Winchester)

Prof Tim Prentki is the worlds first Professor of Theatre for Development. He is a member of the Advisory and Review Boards of Research in Drama Education and Applied Theatre Research. He regularly publishes on applied theatre in these journals, as well as others in North America, Australia and South Africa. He has twice been guest co-editor for Research in Drama Education, curating special issues on Impact Assessment and Drama and Curricula. He has led training workshops for NGOs in several parts of the world, most notably in Bangladesh, Brazil and India.

Professor Prentki will be presenting on the Art of Peacebuilding

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