Interviews

Interviews with people from around the world on conflict, violence, peace, and on using the media to construct more peaceful environments.

A Muslim from Kano, Northern Nigeria describes how he saved the life of a Christian during violence in the city. This is the first in a series of three heroes who tell their stories.

A Muslim from Kano, Northern Nigeria describes how he saved the life of a Christian during violence in the city. This is the second in a series of three heroes who tell their stories.

A Muslim from Kano, Northern Nigeria describes how he saved the life of a Christian during violence in the city. This is the third in a series of three heroes who tell their stories.

Although Boko Haram fills the news at the moment, there are other movements in Northern Nigeria which have caused  concern in the past. Sheikh Ibrahim Zakzaky has been described as "the de facto leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria". Maude Gwadabe, interviewed here, was once one of Zakzaky’s followers. Gwadabe, first came across the movement as an eleven year old schoolboy in his home town of Kano.

Waseem Mahmood describes how his project set about countering violent extremism in the north of Pakistan