Intergenerational Dialogue from 2019 with Host Captain Maggie Hallahan & Dr. Betty Reardon.
Welcome to the Intergenerational Dialogues Podcast!
Hosted by photographer Captain Maggie Hallahan, this podcast is an open conversation with a wide variety of Co-Hosts and guests, candidly talking about gender equality and other important issues in the world.
The podcast will officially launch on March 23, 2020, but before we drop the First Episode, we are sharing some bonus content that was produced last year, during Women's History Month 2019.
In this Episode, tune in to hear IDPodcast Host & Creator, Captain Maggie chat with Dr. Betty Reardon, a feminist and activist known for her international work in the development and dissemination of peace education.
More about Dr. Betty Reardon: She is a theorist and activist on gender and peace, arguing for the necessity of an equal role for women in all aspects of peace and security. She is the Founding Director Emeritus of the International Institute on Peace Education, a global network and annual gathering of peace educators around the world, founded in 1982. She was also one of the initiators of the Global Campaign for Peace Education launched in 1999. Her unique planetary perspective emphasizes the interrelationships among gender equality, environmental sustainability, human rights and peace as the foundations of human security. Her six decades of practical experience and over 300 published works, including the well-known book Sexism and the War System, solidifies her profound impact on our society. Her work advocating for The Women, Peace and Security agenda is anchored in the principle that effective incorporation of gender perspectives and women’s rights can have a meaningful and positive impact on the lives of women, men, girls, and boys on the ground. She made an important contribution to SECURITY COUNCIL RESOLUTION 1325 which has protected millions of women worldwide and enhanced their role is peace making by including women and girls in decision-making, conflict resolution, post-conflict processes, UN programming and reporting, UN peace support operations. Her publications and papers are archived in the Canaday Special Collections at the Library of the University of Toledo, Ohio.
About Captain Maggie Hallahan: Captain Maggie is a photographer and video director that has a unique perspective from her experience as internationally respected photography and video journalist and visual brand expert. She specializes In Gender Equality and work with unconscious gender bias in brand and marketing photography and video. She had the opportunity to be a road builder in the digital photography and audio communication publications for MSNBC and Martha Stewart Living. Her company, MHPV, has worked with dozens of corporations and publications around the globe focusing on in country marketing for technology solutions and in the public health sector. Since 1982 her work has been published in print and for hundreds of editorial and non-profits publications. Working as a contract photographer and videographer for UNFPA and UN Women since 1982, sharing the stories of human rights and gender equality. She is a Captain with USCG Merchant Marines and is a founding member and current President ofthe board, Na Wahine O'ke Kai, a San Francisco outrigger canoe team which coaches women to become paddlers, captains and navigators.
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