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"A Life Lived in Conflict" Podcast
63 minutes | Apr 11, 2021
Episode (3): Trauma and Mental Health In Palestine
We keep wondering how people who live under occupation in Gaza, West Bank and East Jerusalem are able to survive all the political, economic and social stressors of their everyday lives. Covid-19 pandemic has increased the vulnerability of people who live in conflict affected settings including the Occupied Palestinian Territories. This episode explores the situation of mental health in the Occupied Palestinian Territories, the support available for people, the healing mechanisms that they use, and the gaps in knowledge and protection.
90 minutes | Oct 2, 2020
Episode (2): Can Art Live In Gaza?
"One politician asked me: Is there a culture in Gaza at all? I was surprised and said: Yes of course, there is art and culture wherever people are!" (Guest 2). This episode aims to explore Art in Gaza and whether Art can live in conflict. For this purpose, Dr Mona Jebril, University of Cambridge, interviews Artist Mohamed Abusal from Eltiqa' Group for Contemporary Art in Gaza (Guest 1); and Ms Mona Kriegler, the Director of Goethe-Institut in Ramallah (Guest 2). Combining both real-life and research narratives, it is hoped that this listening experience on Art and culture in Gaza would encourage you to explore this topic further for research, collaboration, or simply for your general interest.
57 minutes | Jun 22, 2020
Episode (1): Disability And Covid-19 In Gaza
In this episode, you will hear about the experience of the differently abled persons in Gaza, and the extent to which this experience relates to the context for people with disability in other Arab countries, and affected by the conflict. Episode Guests: Ms Dalal Al-Taji (Red Crescent Society- Gaza); Dr Farida Larry (Dar AL Hikma University- Jeddah); and Dr Valerie Karr, University of Massachusetts -Boston)/ Host & Director: Dr Mona Jebril - University of Cambridge-UK).
2 minutes | May 22, 2020
Welcome To "A Life Lived In Conflict"
This is an interdisciplinary podcast which discusses different aspects of life in conflict, such as health, education, Covid-19, employment and others. I will begin with a focus on the Palestinian experience. It is an informative, interesting, and meaningful podcast which aims to engage people who live in conflict-affected areas, and give them a voice to talk about their own life.
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