Author Archives: adanesuazo

Natural Richness binds us together

On January 19, a day before the focus of Dunedin (and the world) turned to Donald Trump’s inauguration as the 45th president of the United States, the Otago Daily Times reported the sad news of Dale’s demise. Dale the seal … Continue reading

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Give Peace a Chance in 2017

As published by the Otago Daily Times on December 23, 2016 2016 is drawing its last breaths, but in so doing, it consistently reminds us that this is not the same world that elected Barack Obama under the banner of … Continue reading

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Interdisciplinarity Solves Complex Problems and Saves Lives

Originally posted on Voices on Peace and Conflict:
Author:  Adan E. Suazo, National Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies, University of Otago If the Ebola outbreak in West Africa taught the world anything, it is the need to interlink public…

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Banning Deforestation and its Implications for Peace

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Author:  Adan E. Suazo, National Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies, University of Otago Adan E. Suazo is a doctoral researcher at the National Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies (University of…

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Conference: “Avoiding Catastrophe – Linking Armed Conflict, Harm to Ecosystems and Public Health”

Dear Colleagues, I am sending you all information about our upcoming “Avoiding Catastrophe – Linking Armed Conflict, Harm to Ecosystems and Public Health” Conference, which will take place on May 4-6, 2016 at Concordia University, Montreal. Attached you will find: … Continue reading

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The Refugee Crisis in Syria and Canada’s Response

The heartbreaking images of Alan Kurdi’s lifeless body have permeated the screens of millions of people on a global scale, and prompted renewed calls for action by foreign governments to step up their commitments towards streamlining political asylum applications by … Continue reading

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Quebec Charter of Values

I will be very brief with this post, as I feel that such a thing as a person’s ability to exercise his/her own religion free of persecution and prejudice should not be subject to discussion in a country like Canada: … Continue reading

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