Founded in 2001, the UN International Day of Peace is dedicated to peace and reconciliation between all people. Enjoy our collection of interviews and documentaries chronicling diplomacy and nonviolent struggle from the last century.
The Son of a Terrorist
Zak Ebrahim shares his story of being the son of a terrorist, and walking away from the path. (TED Radio Hour, NPR, 9/14/2014
The Montebello Project
James Der Derian of Brown's Watson Institute discusses the 'Art of Peace' in a time of war. (Open Source, WBUR, 7/1/2011)
'Je Suis Charlie'
Following the Charlie Hebdo attacks in Paris, world leaders traveled to the city and joined in a rally of solidarity. (All Things Considered, NPR, 1/11/2015)