frontline club event | 21st NOVEMBER, 2016

Jenny Kleeman chairs a discussion with Gabrielle Rifkind, Paul Rogers, Julian E. Barnes and Julia Ebner exploring the timely question of intervention versus non-intervention, and examining the changing nature of warfare and technology to present a comprehensive overview of new thinking on international diplomacy and the complexities of peace-making in the age of ‘irregular war’.

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nottingham university model united nations | 18TH november, 2016

Gabrielle Rifkind opened the Model United Nations Assembly as keynote speaker, where she questioned the gap between fine words and actions, and explored the role the UN and individuals within it can play in resolving conflict.

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DARTMOUTH PARK TALKS | 28TH SEPTEMBER, 2016

Gabrielle Rifkind and Gerry Simpson were in conversation about "War, Peace and Emotion" at Dartmouth Park Talks, exploring why we fail to resolve conflict.

Details of the event can be found here.

oxford peace conference | 10TH SEPTEMBER, 2016

At the Oxford Peace Conference, Gabrielle Rifkind spoke on a panel discussing why we need to get into the mind of the enemy.

Further information about the Conference can be found here.

british library | 08TH september, 2016

Gabrielle Rifkind and Sir Nigel Sheinwald on "Jaw Jaw is Better than War War": whether an army of mediators would be better than an airforce of bombers. 

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center for empathy in international affairs | 29th june, 2016

Gabrielle Rifkind discusses the critical role of empathy in peacemaking. Her remarks were made at a CEIA expert consultation on empathy in foreign affairs hosted by Chatham House.

Listen to her remarks here.

FREE THINKING FESTIVAL, BBC RADIO 3 | 3RD NOVEMBER, 2014

Anne McElvoy chairs a discussion with Gabrielle Rifkind, Andrey Kurkov and John Kampfner exploring protest, foreign policy, intervention and peace-making.

Listen to the interview in full here.

THE FREUD MUSEUM | 31ST OCTOBER, 2014

As part of the Freud Museum's Why War? exhibition Gabrielle Rifkind and Giandomenico Picco were in conversation with journalist, writer and broadcaster, John McCarthy.

Listen to the interview in full here.

tricycle theatre | 22nd june, 2014

Gabrielle Rifkind participated in a conversation with Lord Alderdice about The Fog of Peace at the Tricycle Theatre.

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SATURDAY EXTRA, ABC AUSTRALIA | 3rd May, 2014

Gabrielle Rifkind talks with Norman Swan about her relationship with co-author Gianni Picco and their shared understanding of the importance of engaging with groups with whose behaviour and beliefs we disagree, in order to end war.

Listen to the interview in full here.

STRIFE Journal Interview | 25th March, 2014

Discussing their approach to conflict resolution, the need for empathy, and you get into the mind of the enemy, Gabrielle Rifkind and Giandimenico Picco were recently interviewed by STRIFE 

Read the interview in full here.

START THE WEEK, BBC RADIO 4 | 10TH MARCH, 2014

In conversation with Tom Sutcliffe, Andrew Hussey and Ziauddin Sardar, Gabrielle Rifkind recounts her experience of conflict resolution in the Middle East.  

Listen to the show here.

FRONTLINE CLUB EVENT | 4TH MARCH, 2014

Chaired by Channel 4 News presenter Jon Snow, Gabrielle Rifkind and Giandomenico Picco shared their analysis of international diplomacy and the complexities of conflict resolution at an event at the Frontline Club in London.

Watch or listen to the discussion below.

NEWS HOUR, BBC WORLD SERVICe | 3rD MARCH, 2014

Gabrielle Rifkind and Gianni Picco are interviewed about the importance of empathy in finding solutions to conflict on BBC World Service.

Listen to the interview in full here.

jewish book week | 2nd march, 2014

Gabrielle Rifkind and Gianni Picco reveal how the negotiator can succeed where institutions will often fail and how getting into the mind of the enemy can be far more persuasive than the most fearsome weapons.

Listen to the event in full here.