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The MAD Podcast - Episode 2, A Nigerian Life Story, Turning Violence Into Pockets Of Peace

By Emelie

The MAD Podcast - Episode 2, A Nigerian Life Story, Turning Violence Into Pockets Of Peace ABOUT THIS EPISODE: Being a victim of domestic abuse herself, Olutosin Adebowale decided to be the change she wants to see in this world and started working to support women through therapy and entrepreneur skill training. Today, she has trained more than 2 000 women across and beyond Nigeria, build centers for rehabilitation and education, and created a global network of sisterhood. She is crafting pockets of peace that address violence on all levels; direct abuse, structural oppression and cultural stigmas and norms. To grasp what a power of change she truly is, tune in for this episode and hear her personal story of breaking generations of violence, truly showing how transformation of inner worlds shifts outers; turning trash to treasure. Last but not least, you’ll hear the story of how she brought the two MAD women, Fiona and I, together - and thus enabled the birth of MAD itself. Link to Tosin: https://www.facebook.com/olutosin Link to Tosin’s work: https://www.facebook.com/Olutosi/?eid=ARBV11x4iVfCKiGqfmRfF8oepfCRrSuC9dPOhH4QFqfgUwIzjUQ5ujDVMHl5KYl98dVqSB1-w0JPsP0U&timeline_context_item_type=intro_card_work&timeline_context_item_source=1496857567&fref=tag ABOUT THE MAD PODCAST: Welcome to the MAD Podcast, journeys into Alternative Realities, with the MAD Time and Space machine. Conversations with people who are MAD to Make A Difference and crazy enough to think they can. Together, we explore how the seemingly impossible is possible. Share remarkable human stories behind courageous and innovative interventions that tackle the biggest societal challenges of our time. Mad and real conversations about inner and outer journeys. Seeking to infuse hope and inspire thoughts and actions to shape desired futures. P.s. The opinions of the guests are their own. We bring them on board because we want to share their work, leadership and mindset to Make A Difference. We know that impact is multiplied by diversity, so buckle up for each episode being a vibrant and unique journey in itself. FOR MORE ABOUT MAD AND THE PEOPLE BEHIND IT: www.mad.group

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