Politics and Ethno-Religious Violence in Kenya
In the summer of 2010, Consuelo Amat conducted a series of interviews with religious and political actors in Kenya as part of an ongoing research initiative at the Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs. The project seeks to achieve a deeper understanding of the peacebuilding...
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Peacebuilding Practitioners Interview Series
We know very little about the role of religion in conflict situations and peacebuilding efforts. Religion intersects with other economic, social, political and other factors in complex ways. And faith communities are often arrayed on different sides of the same issue. In order to learn more about...
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Lucy Hannan is a freelance reporter, journalist, and filmmaker working in Eastern Africa since 1988, as a reporter for BBC, British newspapers, and contributor to UK's Channel 4. Her work addresses issues like election-related violence, internally displaced people in Kenya, and Islamic radicalism in Somalia. Hannan runs a small media production company, Voxcom Ltd., which has produced films such as Obama: Change we Can, Looking at Leadership, Getting Justice - Kenya's Deadly Game of Wait and See, and Clearing the Air. Hannan has also been involved in human rights work and has written two books: Taking Liberties (1991) and Shadow Justice (1996).
A Discussion with Lucy Hannan, Journalist, Writer and Film Director for InformAction and Voxcom Ltd. in Nairobi, Kenya
July 12, 2010
Background: As part of the Religion, Conflict, and Peacebuilding Fellowship, Consuelo Amat interviewed Lucy Hannan, journalist, writer, and film director at InformAction in Nairobi, Kenya. In the interview, Hannan talked about her work as a journalist and activist in Kenya, and about her latest...