Ibarretxe y Carod-Rovira en Tarragona

Ibarretxe a Tarragona: “El dret dels pobles a la identitat nacional i la sobirania poltica”. Charla organizada el pasado 2 de mayo por la asociación cultural catalana Omnium.

Jesus Mari Lazkano

Basque artist and Agirre Lehendakaria Center collaborator Jesus Mari Lazkano shares his amazing work process. More info: www.jesusmarilazkano.com

Agirre Center y David Avra-Lane (ECTL) en ETB (29/05/2014)

ETB recoge en el Teleberri la entrevista realizada a David Avra-Lane (ECLT - Università Cà Foscari Venezia) durante el seminario que celebramos los días 28, 29 y 30 de mayo en Bilbao, en el que reunimos a nuestros colaboradores internacionales y presentamos nuevos proyectos.

Josh Fisher on ALC

Josh Fisher from Columbia University in New York talks about Agirre Center's work. He is a scientist in AC4 – The Earth Institute (Advanced Consortium on Cooperation, Conflict and Complexity) at the Columbia University in New York. PHD by the George Mason University, he is an specialist in the area of social and environmental conflicts. His professional interests include sustainable development, environmental conservation and conflict resolution.

Kyong Mazzaro on ALC

Kyong Mazzaro (Columbia University in New York) talks about ALC. "Kyong works across institutions within Columbia University to provide a broad range of support to one of the Co-Directors, Dr. Coleman. She is interested in studying the link between justice and sustainable development and is currently working on a project on the dynamics of (in)justice in the context of social change". Source: http://ac4.ei.columbia.edu/

Brandon Hamber on Agirre Center

Professor Brandon Hamber is Director of the International Conflict Research Institute (INCORE), an associate site of the United Nations University based at the University of Ulster.

Armando Geller on ALC

Armando Geller is co-founder of the Scensei initiative and works currently on Agirre Center's BPPS project (Basque Peace Process Scenarios). He is also affiliated with the School of Conflict Analysis and Resolution at George Mason University, and specializes in information elicitation in challenging circumstances and evidence-driven model design. He lectures in computational social science and contemporary conflict.

Borislava Manojlovic

Borislava Manojlovic is Professor and Director of Research Projects at School of Diplomacy and International Relations (Seton Hall University). She has worked with the United Nations and the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) in Croatia and Kosovo. Specialties: Historical narratives and conflict; peacemaking; human security; education in post-conflict contexts; reconciliation.

David Lane on ALC

Professor David Lane directed a European Commission project on the Information Society as a Complex System, in which participated scientists from Imperial College, the Sorbonne, and the Santa Fe Institute as well as the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia. He is currently director of two European Commission projects: Innovation, Sustainability and ICT; and Emergence by Design. Both projects have partners from academia, technology companies and the world of social innovation. Among other awards, Lane received a Guggenheim Fellowship in 1986. He has also been elected a Fellow in the Institute of Mathematical Statistics, the International Statistical Society and the American Statistical Society.

Christian Bason on the role of innovation in the public sector

ALC organized a seminar with the European reference on public sector innovation Christian Bason, and connected him with basque companies and institutions. During the interview Bason talks about the ability the Governments and public organizations have to deliver the results, experiences and services the citizens expect, by INVOLVING them, both in discovering the issues they are facing and co-creating better solutions. This is a short video created by Prosumerlab.

Diane Greer on Sustainable Human Development and peace processes

Diane is a freelance trainer that has been working in the field of good relations and community development for many years in Northern Ireland. She talks about Sustainable Human Development concept, basque cooperative movements, the work of Baketik and the peace processes.

PeaceTech Lab Introduction (video credit: INCORE)

First screened at CultureTECH 2014: The International Conflict Research Institute (INCORE) at the University of Ulster in Northern Ireland, in partnership with The Nerve Centre in Derry, The Young Foundation, The Agirre Lehendakaria Center for Social and Political Studies in the Basque Country, New York based Culture Shock, and Scensei in Washington will explore how technology and new media can be used to enhance peacebuilding practice. Animation by Eoin Kelly - http://www.ekelly.net/ Music by Gary Carruthers - http://audiojungle.net/user/StudioPis...

Jen Rae from Nesta UK on innovation in the Basque Country

The co-author of the NESTA report "When small is beautiful: lessons form highly innovative small countries" talks to Agirre Center about why she chose Euskadi as a study case, the lessons that could be extracted from us in terms of innovation and why culture matters.

Gorka Espiau on the Basque Case at SIGEF 2014

Gorka Espiau "Disruptive Urban Social Innovation" - Plenary Session: Cities of the Future, SIGEF 2014 Source: SIGEF YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1dCQuplvWJ_BQ8nNUYg20w

Gorka Espiau sobre el proyecto PeaceTechLab en ETB Hoy

El pasado 19 de septiembre INCORE (The International Conflict Research Institute – Universidad de Ulster, Irlanda del Norte) en colaboración con Agirre Lehendakaria Center, THE NERVE CENTRE (Derry), THE YOUNG FOUNDATION (Londres), CULTURE SHOCK (Nueva York) y SCENSEI (Washington) presentaron THE PEACETECHLAB (Peacebuilding and Technology Laboratory). El principal objetivo de este laboratorio es explorar cómo la tecnología puede utilizarse para la construcción de la paz.

John Peto (Nerve Centre) on the Peace Tech Lab project

John is the Director of Education at the Nerve Centre in Derry, responsible for a range of projects that support Digital Creativity and skills in Schools and Communities across Northern Ireland. From a background in film and television production John has overseen the establishment of Ireland’s first FabLabs, in partnership with Belfast’s Ashton Centre, as well as operating the Nerve Centre’s Creative Learning Centres and pioneering the use of Digital Creative Media in Conflict and Civic Education through the Teaching Divided Histories Project. In his spare time, John co-ordinates the Moville Coderdojo in Inishowen, Co. Donegal.

Brendan Murtaugh on the regeneration of Bilbao and the Basque Case

Brendan Murtagh is a Reader in Urban Regeneration and Planning at SPACE in the Queen’s University Belfast. He has researched and written widely on urban regeneration, social economics and community based development. His particular interest is in the potential of the social economy to offer a more balanced, stable and include framework for urban growth. In particular, the capacity to learn from the Basque Country and how social innovation can be scaled and replicated in Northern Ireland is his main interest in the visit. Brendan has carried out research on the social economy for the ESRC; Community Asset Transfer for the Joseph Rowntree Foundation; and alternative economics and social inclusion for the Northern Ireland government. He is a Visiting Research Fellow at the University of Oregon and was appointed Associate Professor of the East China Institute of Technology in 2008. He has also published recent books on: Understanding the Social Economy and the Third Sector; The Politics of Territory; Violence, Segregation and the City; and Authentic Dialogue. Brendan is currently involved in: a project for the Leverhulme Trust examining the role of culture and the city; a study of age and place for CARDI; and sustainable age communities for the Atlantic Philanthropies.

Maeve Monaghan (NOW Project) on the Basque Case

Maeve was appointed to NOW in 2001 and has been responsible for the development of the organisation over the past 13 years. Maeve has been instrumental in growing NOW with a mission to make an impact on the lives of people with learning disabilities. The organisation employs 50 people and is a limited company with charitable status which delivers award winning training and supported employment services for over 350 people per year. NOW was awarded NI Social Enterprise of The Year 2014 and was highly commend for its work on Social Impact at UK Social Enterprise Awards, 2013. It also operates two social businesses Loaf Catering (which incorporates 4 Cafes including a prestigious new contract at Belfast City Hall and a Corporate Catering Business) and Gauge which helps organisations understand, measure and communicate their impact.