In this episode, Michaela Sørensen, a core member of Youth Fusion, sits down with Jannis to talk about all things feminist foreign policy and nuclear disarmament. Jannis’ achievements and expertise will undoubtedly pique your interest, especially all our feminists and gender studies listeners out there!
In the very first episode of Youth Fusion: Peace Out, Vanda chats with two young professionals from the nuclear disarmament & security fields: Aigerim Seitenova & Michaela Higgins Sørensen. Together, they talk about the struggles young individuals in the field have to face, but also why it is a field absolutely worth staying in.
Gabriela Maier Tolic, a program assistant at Youth Fusion, sits down with Dr. John Burroughs, who is a senior analyst for the New York City-based Lawyers Committee on Nuclear Policy (LCNP).
Listen to the exciting second episode of our International Law Series podcast!
Article & Podcast by: Gabriela Maier Tolic
Mélusine Lebret, a Youth Fusion intern, recently sat down with Youth Fusion in Conversation with Almudena Azcárate Ortega from UNIDIR to talk about space for peace.
In this first episode, Gabriela Maier Tolic, a program assistant at Youth Fusion, talks about the fundamental principles of international law with Prof. Nick Grief, who is an
Emeritus Professor of Law at the University of Kent, with a specialization in international
law and human rights.
Russell Burrell, a Youth Fusion associate, recently sat down with Minister Phil Twyford, from New Zealand, and Alyn Ware of PNND.
The trailer episode for our newest podcast series is out!
Michaela Higgins Sørensen, our Youth Fusion Program Officer, interviewed the very experienced and well accomplished Renata Hessmann Dalaqua, who is originally from Brazil. Renata is currently the Head of the Gender and Disarmament Programme at UNIDIR.
For the last couple of weeks, you might have seen a lot of activity from my end, hearing my voice as much as twice a week. Maybe some of you have been wondering: “Who is this person?!’’ occupying Youth Fusion’s social media. I hope by today’s reflection post, I will clarify some of the questions you might have pondered over.