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The Peacemakers Podcast

By Randall Butler - Peacemaker, Trainer and Speaker

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Join us for courageous and generative conversations probing difficult and often divisive questions in an effort to build bridges of understanding across our differences. Along the way, we will tell the stories of practical peacemakers working collaboratively with very diverse groups to transform conflict and build the common good. Hosted by Randy Butler of the Institute for Sustainable Peace. Learn more at

Customer Reviews

Deeply moving, big picture, yet totally humble and accessible!

WOW! Thought-provoking, humorous, sometimes practical, other times 'meta', but always totally accessible and easy to listen to, this is a binge-worthy podcast for anyone interested in the topic and practice of spreading peace. Randy and his guests share fascinating, diverse perspectives on peace, humankind, community, societal change, spirituality and some of the other most important issues facing us today. I particularly loved the humility, openness and vulnerability with which Randy approaches all his conversations. Dialogues like these are so needed in our world today - thank you for offering this wonderful treasure trove of stories and ideas!

Great conversations! Not just sound bites!

I'm really enjoying this podcast series. The progression is well planned. I just finished episode 005, and it seems the previous episodes have done well to lay a groundwork for good dialogue and the general purpose/mission of the series, and now in 005, Randy and Jack are beginning to brainstorm creative solutions. Prior to this episode, I don't think I've ever deeply considered forms of democracy other than representative democracy. Very informative! I also really enjoyed hearing some of Jack's backstory. Great stuff! Keep up the good work!

The Peacemakers Podcast
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  • Category: Society & Culture
  • Language: English

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