Storytellers for Peace

Storytellers for Peace
Making peace through stories

Thursday, June 9, 2016

Storytellers for Peace first video: If Rudyard Kipling

Storytellers for Peace” was born in June 2016 and is an international network of narrators who create collective stories through videos.
Artists and stories are from all over the world and talk about peace, justice, equality and human rights.
All participants tell one or more verses of the story in their first language.
As a result you will see a multilingual storytelling video showing how much the world might be powerful, beautiful and peaceful when it is united to celebrate itself.

In the first clip eighteen storytellers from thirteen different countries tell the famous poem If, by Rudyard Kipling.




You may activate on Youtube subtitles in English, Spanish and Italian, right now.

The narrators are (in alphabetical order):
Hamid Barole Abdu (Eritrea)
Lisi Amondarain (Argentine)
D.M.S. Ariyrathne (Sri Lanka)
Daniele Barbieri (Italy)
Sarah Cattani (Luxembourg)
Alessandro Ghebreigziabiher (founder and coordinator, Italy)
Mahfuz Jewel (Bangladesh)
Barry Stewart Mann (United States)
Beatriz Montero (Spain)
Cecilia Moreschi (Italy)
Enrique Páez (Spain)
Kristin Pedemonti (United States)
Katharina Ritter (Germany)
Lydia Ruiz (Spain)
Suzanne Sandow (Australia)
Raquel Silvetti (Uruguay)
Nayeli Spela (Slovenia)
John Taye (India)

Please, like, subscribe, share our videos and, above all, our hope for a better world.

Official Website: www.storytellersforpeace.com



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