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About Siobhan O'Connell

Siobhan O'Connell is an award winning broadcast journalist and radio producer, with many years experience in the field with the BBC.

Articles by Siobhan O'Connell

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Claire Provost

Claire Provost is editor of 50.50 covering gender, sexuality and social justice.

Constitutional conventions: best practice

What makes the difference?

How can peace be built? This is the final of three poDcasts from the Nobel Women's Initiative in Galway (2007). The NWI conference has been groundbreaking: from its set-up and strategies, to the extraordinary experiences and ideas of the women involved. Laureates and participants discuss what they brought to it, what they will take away, and what the future holds.

Redefining peace

How can peace be built? In the second of three poDcasts from the Nobel Women's Initiative in Galway (2007), Isabel Hilton asks whether women really do support peace and if so, how. Five expert witnesses respond.

Women and conflict in the middle east

How can peace be built? In the first of three poDcasts from the Nobel Women's Initiative in Galway (2007), women peace laureates and activists talk to Isabel Hilton about what you won't hear from flak-jacketed war correspondents, on war and the middle-east.

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