Experts and/or resources regarding culture, identity and nationalism in post-soviet countries

Dear all,

I am working for the Institute for Conflict Transformation and Peacebuilding (ICP). We are organizing a training in the South Caucasus on the topic Conflict and Culture. After the collapse of the Soviet Union, new identities arose in the different states. We are looking for experts and/or resources regarding the topics culture, identity and nationalism in post-soviet countries.

Thank you very much in advance for your help.


Best regards,

Corinne

Tags: caucasus, culture, identity, nationalism, post-soviet, south

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Hi Corinne,

I am Zulfiya Tursunova from Uzbekistan. I used to be an intern in IICP in 2005 and worked with Gudrun and Wilfred.

I currently live in Canada where I received a Ph.D. in Peace and Conflict Studies. I would like to be considered for the position of the trainer in training on conflict & culture.

I can send further information. Could you please send me your email.

My email is zulfiya3@gmail.com

 

Look forward to hearing from you.

 

Best,

Zulfiya

 

Dear Corinne,

Privyet and hello from California, from where appreciate your desire to help diverse citizens engage in the South Caucasus.

Beyond lectures, hopefully you will give them experiences of face-to-face engagement and Dialogue with its new quality of listening-to-learn what culture, identity and nationalism MEAN to each person and not only a lecturer or expert.

Our appeal is from experience since the early 1980s bringing together Soviets and Americans, Armenians and Azerbaijanis, Palestinians and Israelis, and most recently Muslim and Christian Nigerians, described -- with facilitator guidelines -- at http://traubman.igc.org/nigeria2010.htm

If it would serve you in planning activities, we'd be pleased to fly to cost-free our new 2012 documentary showing 200 Muslim and Christian "enemies" engaged face-to-face at the entry point to the healing journey of sustainable community building, beyond war.

DIALOGUE IN NIGERIA: Muslims & Christians Creating Their Future

http://traubman.igc.org/vidnigeria.htm

If "yes," please simply send your best contact information, and especially postal and e-mail addresses, for good communication and mailing.

With our encouragement and warmest wishes,  

Libby and Len   ( LTraubman@igc.org )

 

 

Dear Ms. Trescher,

I am not sure whether you already have this information, but one valuable source of contemporary reportage on the Caucasus is the Caucasus Reporting Service of the Institute for War and Peace Reporting (IWPR)

http://iwpr.net/programme/caucasus 

IWPR trains and supports independent journalists in many troubled and under-reported regions.

 

I noticed this announcement on the Caucasus Reporting Service web page, of training for South Caucasus rights advocactes in the very near future:

 

http://iwpr.net/events/iwpr-caucasus-training-workshop

Call for participants in Women’s Rights Advocacy and Reporting Strategies project.       

21 Jun 2012 - 26 Jun 2012

Location

 

The first workshop takes place in Yerevan, Armenia on June 21-26, Applicants selected for this event will be invited to take in five months of activities: training, media production, and advocacy events.

Hi Corinne,

My name is César Vela and I am currently living in the United States.

I am a Ph.D. Candidate in Conflict Analysis and Resolution.

I would like to be considered for the positions on conflict & culture, identity, and/or nationalism.

If you require any information please let me knot at cvelabr1@yahoo.com.mx.

Thank you

César

 

Hi Corinne,

I would like to offer a training session on the links between trafficking in persons and cultural and nationalist issues in the post-soviet Central Asia.  Should you consider this topic to be an interesting input, please contact me at kbadikova@yahoo.com for the details and my personal and professional data.

Kind regards,

Yekaterina Badikova,

Expert / Trainer on combating trafficking in persons and assistance to trafficked individuals

 

Dear Corinne:

I have experience in culture, identity and nationalism in Alaska, you may use to make comparisons between indigenous cultures in Russia and USA please see: Barbarán, F.R. 2011. Cultural preservation program for Alaska. Interchange Vol2/2(205-214). http://www.springerlink.com/content/y225338074765714

I have experience also in this issues in Argentina and Bolivia.

Please contact me if you need further information.

Dr. Francisco Ramón Barbarán
Adjunct Researcher
Argentina´s National Scientific & Technical Research Council
CONICET
Pachi Gorriti 1780 (4400) Salta
Argentina Republic
Telefax: 0054 387 4395956
Cell Phone: +549 387 5320482

Dear Corinne,


I've been to Azerbaijan in March and have previously been to Georgia, so I have some experience in the region. I am working in political consulting, focusing on international affairs and foreign policy. Some of my work focuses on security sector reform and security sector governance in countries emerging either from conflict or having security sectors that were formed originally in the Warsaw Pact or under the aegis of Socialist or Communist principles.

If that sounds interesting to you, do not hesitate to get in touch: dustin.dehez@googlemail.com

Best, Dusitn

Corinne,


       The training position sounds interesting.  My background includes a BA in Political Science/International Relations, MA in Political Philosophy, MA and PsyD in Clinical Psychology.  I also attended the European Peace University (EPU) and obtained a Certificate for the Advanced International Study Program in Peace and Conflict Transformation (Aug-Dec 2006).
       I have considerable familiarity with the former Soviet Union due to seventeen years in the Army Reserve as an Intelligence Analyst.  In addition, I attended a Conflict Resolution training in St. Petersburg, Russia in 2001 where some of the participants were from countries in the South Caucasus region.   

       My published works include a couple of papers with the European Peace University, and "Wayward Soldier: A Reserve Psychologist's Memoir and Analysis During the Second American-Iraqi War.  Soon to be published works include a second book, "Soldiering on the Light Side - Post 911," and two entries on "Compliance" and "Outgroups" in the Encyclopedia of Cross Cultural Psychology     

       More recently, I attended a Cross Cultural conference in Amman, Jordan (July 2011) which was sponsored by the Common Bond Institute.  I presented on the "Role Psychologists and Conflict Resolution Specialists Can Have in the Middle East Peace Process," focusing on the Track II work of Herbert Kelman.

       I have glad to consider a training position in the South Caucasus related to culture, identity and nationalism.  Please feel at liberty to contact me at markjhovee@yahoo.com.

Sincerely,

Dr. Mark J. Hovee, Psy.D.



   




 

Dear Corinne,

 

I am Ashot Avetisyan, President of Yerevan Center for Democracy and Peace NGO. Our Organization was founded in 2000 and had been doing a range of both regional and International projects in the fields of Conflict resolution, peace building, development and democratic education among youth. These days I am in Moscow combining my job with a russian business company as CDO, but I am ready to involve whole YCDP NGO in the upcoming events.

We will be happy to be involved in the project you tend to implement in the region. We also have partners in the Region and worldwide who can be involved as well. Moreover, I we participate in different international event regularly and I have been participating in the CUltural Diplomacy Conference both in Berlin and USA, UN building this year, so we are fresh and open minded for deep and analytical discussions.

 

My e-mail is: ashotavetisyan@hotmail.com ycdparm@yahoo.com

 

Peace and Love,

Ashot and the YCDP Team.

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Good Morning, Corinne,

There is a correction to my posted response. The correct e-mail to contact me is: markhovee@yahoo.com.

Thanks,

Dr. Mark J. Hovee, Psy.D.

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