A graduate of Trinity Western University and the Laurentian Leadership Centre, Hannah Marazzi comes to Cardus with a strong background in communications, event planning, and program development. Having recently completed a position with March of the Living and the Raoul Wallenberg Centre for Human Rights, Hannah brings a belief in the power of story and community collaboration to each team of which she is a part. She is an active part of her community and looks forward to joining Cardus as they continue to "enrich and challenge public debate through research, events, and publications, for the common good."
Sarah Bessey, lay theologian, writer, and blogger is a Canadian whose voice has emerged to lead a generation. Convivium’s Hannah Marazzi interviewed Bessey by correspondence about the changing nature of theology in the public sphere, the importance of literature to a life of faith, and the imagery of the author’s beloved Canadian landscape that finds its way into all of her writing.
Music is the way Pinchas Gutter, a Holocaust survivor, meets the world. His song helped Hannah Marazzi find hers – in places heavy with the memory of suffering, where words fail and prayer falters.
November marked the release General Roméo Dallaire’s latest book, Waiting for First Light: My Ongoing Battle with PTSD. Few figures are as well poised to speak on the subject as Dallaire, who served as the military commander of the United Nations Advance Mission for Rwanda (UNAMIR) in 1994 and bore witness to the brutal work of the Hutus’ Interahamwe death squads. .