6 episodes

Northeast Asia is an area of the world rife with militarized tensions, historical conflict, and stories of trauma, but it is also a region with enthusiastic movements for peace, legacies of collaboration, and stories of human connection. The Trans-Education for Peace (TEPI) podcast seeks to share the stories of peacebuilders from across Northeast Asia in order to highlight the efforts by those in the region to remember, heal, and build a shared peace.

TEPI is the research center of PEACEMOMO, a peace education NGO based in Seoul, South Korea.

#Peace #NortheastAsia #PeaceEducation #Conflict #Peacebuilding #TEPI #PEACEMOMO

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Northeast Asia is an area of the world rife with militarized tensions, historical conflict, and stories of trauma, but it is also a region with enthusiastic movements for peace, legacies of collaboration, and stories of human connection. The Trans-Education for Peace (TEPI) podcast seeks to share the stories of peacebuilders from across Northeast Asia in order to highlight the efforts by those in the region to remember, heal, and build a shared peace.

TEPI is the research center of PEACEMOMO, a peace education NGO based in Seoul, South Korea.

#Peace #NortheastAsia #PeaceEducation #Conflict #Peacebuilding #TEPI #PEACEMOMO

    Ep. 6 Paul Kyumin Lee - Youth Peacebuilding, Family Division, and National Identity

    Ep. 6 Paul Kyumin Lee - Youth Peacebuilding, Family Division, and National Identity

    In this episode you will hear from Paul Kyumin Lee and his work with the US Institute of Peace. Paul also shares about his experience facilitating dialogues and interactive workshops for young people, working to help facilitate closure for elderly Korean Americans separated from their family in North Korea, and hosting a podcast about divided families.

    To learn more about the projects Paul mentions in the podcast you can visit the related links below.
    The Divided Families Podcast: https://dividedfamiliespodcast.wordpress.com/
    Divided Families USA: https://www.dividedfamiliesusa.org/
    USIP: https://www.usip.org/people/paul-kyumin-lee

    As the research branch of PEACEMOMO, the Trans-Education for Peace Institute(TEPI) seeks to contribute to strengthening human capacity in the field of peace and education through research projects and the development of praxis based content.

    To learn more about TEPI you can find us online at:
    Website: momotepi.org/ (Korean)
    Facebook: www.facebook.com/transeducation

    You can also learn more about PEACEMOMO at:
    Website: peacemomo.org/english
    Facebook: www.facebook.com/peacemomo0904 (Korean)

    The music heard in this episode can be found at: www.bensound.com

    • 44 min
    Ep. 5 Meri Joyce - Disarmament, Civil Society & Peacebuilding

    Ep. 5 Meri Joyce - Disarmament, Civil Society & Peacebuilding

    In this episode of the TEPI Podcast Meri Joyce shares about her work with Japan-based international organization Peace Boat. Our conversation touches on the international voyages Peace Boat organizes, collaboration between different peacebuilding actors in society, and peace efforts towards disarmament.

    To Learn more about the projects Meri mentions in the podcast you can visit the related links below.
    Global Voyage for a Nuclear-Free World Peace Boat Hibakusha Project: https://peaceboat.org/english/project/hibakusha
    International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN): https://peaceboat.org/english/project/ican
    The Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict (GPPAC):https://peaceboat.org/english/project/gppac

    To contact Peace Boat for further inquiries you can reach out via email at pbglobal@peaceboat.gr.jp

    As the research branch of Peace MOMO, the Trans-Education for Peace Institute(TEPI) seeks to contribute to strengthening human capacity in the field of peace and education through research projects and the development of praxis based content.

    To learn more about TEPI you can find us online at:
    Website: momotepi.org/ (Korean)
    Facebook: www.facebook.com/transeducation

    You can also learn more about Peace Momo at:
    Website: peacemomo.org/english
    Facebook: www.facebook.com/peacemomo0904 (Korean)

    The music heard in this episode can be found at: www.bensound.com

    • 32 min
    Ep. 4 Ahn Eunkyung - Trauma & Restorative Justice in the Classroom

    Ep. 4 Ahn Eunkyung - Trauma & Restorative Justice in the Classroom

    In this episode of the TEPI podcast Ahn Eunkyung shares about her experience as a middle school English teacher navigating conflict and trauma in her classroom. She discusses her journey to becoming a restorative justice (RJ) practitioner and how she developed trauma-informed resilience as a teacher.

    The Little Book of Restorative Teaching Tools (Korean translation)
    http://www.kyobobook.co.kr/product/detailViewKor.laf?ejkGb=KOR&mallGb=KOR&barcode=9788970715544&fbclid=IwAR23lXUDOO0k6Y1xiOYbl3371p8gGICCF4g_RgGsL4NUAC5fpJ7LrpKLQbs

    As the research branch of Peace Momo, the Trans-Education for Peace Institute (TEPI) seeks to contribute to strengthening human capacity in the field of peace and education through research projects and the development of praxis based content.

    To learn more about TEPI you can find us online at:
    Website: momotepi.org/ (Korean)
    Facebook: www.facebook.com/transeducation

    You can also learn more about Peace Momo at:
    Website: peacemomo.org/english
    Facebook: www.facebook.com/peacemomo0904 (Korean)

    The music heard in this episode can be found at: www.bensound.com

    • 22 min
    Ep. 3 Moe Sasaki - Cross-cultural Communication, Violence, & Youth Voices in Peacebuilding

    Ep. 3 Moe Sasaki - Cross-cultural Communication, Violence, & Youth Voices in Peacebuilding

    In this episode of the TEPI podcast I got to talk with Moe Sasaki who is a student at SOAS University of London studying the Political Economy of Violence, Conflict and Development. She is also currently working on a youth dialogue program with the UN Department of Political and Peacebuilding Affairs. Moe's work as a peacebuilder has also included many other roles with organisations such as Peace MOMO, NARPI, Peaceboat, and IC Net Limited which you'll hear more about in the interview.

    To check out the Online NARPI program Moe mentions in the interview, you can visit http://narpi.net/?page_id=7#program-01

    As the research branch of Peace Momo, the Trans-Education for Peace Institute (TEPI) seeks to contribute to strengthening human capacity in the field of peace and education through research projects and the development of praxis based content.

    To learn more about TEPI you can find us online at:
    Website: momotepi.org/ (Korean)
    Facebook: www.facebook.com/transeducation

    You can also learn more about Peace Momo at:
    Website: peacemomo.org/english
    Facebook: www.facebook.com/peacemomo0904 (Korean)

    The music heard in this episode can be found at: www.bensound.com

    • 41 min
    Ep. 2 Lu Deting - Historical Trauma Healing between Hiroshima and Nanjing

    Ep. 2 Lu Deting - Historical Trauma Healing between Hiroshima and Nanjing

    In this episode of the TEPI podcast I got to talk with Lu Deting who is a PhD student studying in the Human Rights and Peace Studies Department at Osaka Jogakuin University. We talk about how Deting ended up studying in Japan, Deting's research on the histories of trauma in Nanjing and Hiroshima, and practices for grassroots conflict transformation.

    As the research branch of Peace Momo, the Trans-Education for Peace Institute (TEPI) seeks to contribute to strengthening human capacity in the field of peace and education through research projects and the development of praxis based content.

    To learn more about TEPI you can find us online at:
    Website: https://momotepi.org/ (Korean)
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/transeducation

    You can also learn more about Peace Momo at:
    Website: https://peacemomo.org/english
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/peacemomo0904 (Korean)

    The music heard in this episode can be found at: www.bensound.com

    • 29 min
    Ep. 1 Sippachai Kunnuwong - The Power of Storytelling for Social Change

    Ep. 1 Sippachai Kunnuwong - The Power of Storytelling for Social Change

    In the first episode of the TEPI Podcast, Sippachai "Zoom" Kunnuwong shares about his time in journalism and media in Thailand, his journey to Korea, and his awakening to the power of storytelling.

    As the research branch of Peace Momo, the Trans-Education for Peace Institute (TEPI) seeks to contribute to strengthening human capacity in the field of peace and education through research projects and the development of praxis based content.

    To learn more about TEPI you can find us online at:
    Website: https://momotepi.org/ (Korean)
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/transeducation

    You can also learn more about Peace Momo at:
    Website: https://peacemomo.org/english
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/peacemomo0904 (Korean)

    The music heard in this episode can be found at: www.bensound.com

    • 25 min

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