intercross: the podcast
Welcome to Intercross the Podcast!
Listen to our introductory episode to learn more about your hosts, our vision for the podcasts and what you can expect. The ICRC operates in nearly 80 countries around the globe so the breadth of our work is expansive. We hope that this podcast gives you an indepth look at the people and places behind the ICRC, stories of those impacted by conflict, operational updates and debates and discussions concerning International Humanitarian Law, conflicts and other situations of violence. We're always happy to have your feedback and input, just email editor Niki Clark.
**Intercross, the Podcast disclaimer: Just because something or someone is featured here, doesn't mean we endorse or agree with the institutions they represent. Views expressed on the platforms we may highlight don't necessarily represent those of the ICRC.**
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Humanity at the Heart of Compliance with Brian McQuinn and Jonathan Somer, February 7, 2017
Brian McQuinn and Jonathan Somer talk about the challenges of working with non-state armed groups. McQuinn and Somer both have extensive experience working with non-state armed groups around the world, trying to strengthen compliance with international humanitarian law. What they both conclude: humanity is at the heart of compliance. Hosted by Tracey Begley.
The Long & Dedicated Path to ICRC with Charlotte Lindsey, February 7, 2017
ICRC Director of Communications Charlotte Lindsey sits down with Intercross to discuss her journey to becoming the first non-Swiss delegate with the ICRC, the changing way we communicate, and how her decades with the organization started with a simple book recommendation. Hosted by Niki Clark.
The Importance of IHL with Brigadier General (ret.) Rich Gross, February 7, 2017
Brig. General (ret.) Rich Gross, the former Legal Counsel to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, speaks with Intercross about the importance of international humanitarian law (IHL) and reflections on IHL after decades of service, including as the Legal Adviser for NATO ISAF and US forces in Afghanistan. Gross talks about his personal experiences in the military and interactions with the ICRC. Hosted by Tracey Begley.
The Missing with Olivier Dubois and Ute Hofmeister February 7, 2017
Olivier Dubois, coordinator for the Missing Persons program and Ute Hofmeister, forensics coordinator, speak to Intercross about the ICRC's work surrounding the missing. During conflicts, thousands of people disappear. How do you find them or give their family closures, particularly when it's been decades since their disappearance? How does ICRC support the families of the missing? And what motivates people to work in a field with often little answers? Hosted by Niki Clark and Tracey Begley.
The Toolbox of Transitional Justice with Claudia Josi February 7, 2017
Professor Claudia Josi from the Santa Clara School of Law speaks with Intercross about transitional justice. From her own experiences growing up during conflict in Peru, Josi speaks about legal dimensions of a society transitioning from conflict to peace. Hosted by Tracey Begley.