Art by: Kian Sadri
My live recording from the fundraiser UNICEF art show. It came out great and I wanted to share it with you all. It was a pleasure playing for them and helping the cause, looking forward to doing it again!
Amirah, arabic for princess, is a journey of a lost princess traveling until finally finding her place.
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Intro by Marcus Bressler
Geju - Niv :: @g-e-j-u
Troja - Mantra :: @trideeproy
Oceanvs Orientalis - Bab-I Ali :: @oceanvsorientalis
Yoni Yarchi, Tal Tager - Sirocco (original):: @yoniyarchiandtaltager
Azamat vs Buika - Mamita (Live Reshape) :: @azamat-music
Geju - Mantro :: @g-e-j-u
Hraach - Eternal Soul (Original) :: @hraach
Nico Stojan, Jaw - Blue Hour (Orignal):: @nicostojan
Bedouin - Dionysus :: @bedouin-official
Rampue - Leporidae (Mario Auero Remix):: @rampue @mario-aureo
Neil Flynn - Louise (Original) :: @neil-flynn
Mario Domjan - Quote (Original):: @mario-domjan
Zone+ & Usif - Nomad :: @zone-usif
Florian Rietze - Dle Yaman :: @florianrietze
Super Flu, Dortmunder Philharmoniker - Volkwein :: @super-flu-de @dortmunder-philharmoniker
EXZ - Eos (Sainte vie Remix) :: @andantemexico @e_xz @ste-vie-1
Joachim De Lux - Waqt :: @joachim-de-lux
Unders - Syria (Satori Remix):: @undersmusic @satorimusica
Blond:ish - Laberinto Feat. Bahramji :: @blondish @bahramji
Pattern Drama - Ubud (Original) :: @pattern-drama
Zigan Aldi - Nemrut (Original) :: @ziganaldi
After decades of reporting on the human cost of war, Janine di Giovanni can clearly articulate the way forward. “We have to shine the light in darkness, and that light is education,” she says in the latest Beyond School Books podcast.
In this episode of Beyond School Books, we spoke with Janine Di Giovanni, who, for the past 30 years, has been reporting about the human cost of conflict. An award-winning author and journalist, and currently Middle East editor for Newsweek magazine, Ms. Di Giovanni has been covering conflicts since the 1980s. She is attending the Davos conference with one goal in mind: to inform policy and influence change through stories that give conflict a human face.
Learn more here: http://www.unicef.org/education/bege_71791.html
UNICEF talks to Christopher Tuckwood, of the Sentinel Project for Genocide Prevention, and Sanjana Hattotuwa, the Special Advisor to the ICT4Peace Foundation, about the use of technology to support peacebuilding. Jun 06, 2014