Apr 27 2021


12:30 PM - 1:30 PM



Dictatorial Leadership as a Threat to Peace and Stability

Please join our next meeting only via Zoom (not in person) for a talk on “Dictatorial Leadership as a Threat to Peace and Stability” by Mr. Ocen Ivan Kenneth, Program Manager at Foundation for Development and Relief Africa (FIDRA), Human Rights, Peace and the Brain Center, Loro-Alidi, Oyam District, Uganda.

Ivan has more than 5 years of professional experience in project development, peace building, organizational design and management, spanning across organization and staff development. Ivan was selected to attend the World First Transformative Technology Academy 2018 Cohort to support other young entrepreneurs and innovators using technology to explore and amplify the workforce in the modern world of machines.

He has acquired proficient skills in vast project works, budget planning and analysis programming, project contract management, as well as procurement. He has become well conversant with the use of local content techniques as part of social economic empowerment of the local communities in less developed countries.
His ambitions for Change focuses on building inner peace, focusing on an individual state of peace fostering forgiveness, reconciliation within oneself and eventually individuals share this state of peace with the communities. He believes peace can only be achieved by individuals at peace with themselves. By using a methodology of theatre and storytelling for peace and reconciliation, people share their personal stories of trauma, resilience and ways forward.
His work focuses on healing through providing informal ways of psycho-social support, building resilience and creating a movement of peaceful individuals who, through sharing and hearing other people’s stories, bring back peace to their communities and thus empower individuals in leading and fostering peace in their own communities.

Zoom details:
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Meeting ID: 840 8196 1361
Passcode: 3350

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