Jan 17, 2019
The “Jackie Chan” of Peace. The extraordinary life and career of Dr. Tatsushi Arai
From selling his car in order to purchase a plane ticket to Rwanda to teach to post-genocide survivors; to suffering malaria many times to working for peace in Nigeria (and half the planet). Dr. Tatsushi Arai has built an extraordinary career as a seasoned U.N. adviser; peacebuilding academic and practitioner. Dr. Tats career trajectory, his academic and practitioner credentials, his global practice should be the standard by which conflict resolution scholars and social change professionals should be measured. Listen to the closing episode of Season 3 to learn more about the life and (career) of Dr. Tats.
*This episode was recorded in the Fall of 2018
Episode 6 of Season 3 is brought to you by The Rotary Peace Center.
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