Nobel Peace Prize Forum

Hearts and Minds: The Interrogations Project. Presentation. Minneapolis. September 15, 2017

Hearts and Minds: The Interrogations Project was an invited presentation for the Nobel Peace Prize Forum and Media Arts for Human Rights Panel. This project advocates about human rights and is based on veterans’ testimonies of US military enhanced interrogation practices during the Iraq War.

The mission of the Nobel Peace Prize Forum is to inspire peacemaking efforts, in their many forms, lift up the work of recent Peace Prize laureates and to educate a new generation of peacemakers. It is a portal and a platform for educational, business, research, artistic, scientific and other organizations reflecting the multidimensional nature of peace and supporting efforts in areas of Human Rights, Conflict Resolution and Disarmament, Economic Development, Global Health, and Environmental Sustainability.

Hearts and Minds presentation and discussion.
Roderick Coover, Daria Tsoupikova, Scott Rettberg and Arthur Nishimoto in front of Nobel Peace Prize Forum Historic Laureates Wall.