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I've taught about those methods of conflict resolution but never did any original research on them. About India and the "winning hearts and minds" approach, I see more talk than action at this point. The emphasis is on the…"
Thank you so much for adding me as a friend and for sending me the link, although I’d already read the important chapters because you also had a link on your homepage.
This project I’m focusing on peace making and my aim is to…"
I see you're going to India and I just returned from a visit where I explored the Indian government's efforts to "win hearts and minds" in regard to the Naxalite threat. Given your interest in peace psychology,…"
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I'm a board member of Peace Alliance Denmark, an organisation that works for infrastructures for peace. I'm volunteering for Red Cross Denmark, where I'm teaching children human rights through role playing.
Moreover I contribute to the Danish debate on peace-issues as an invited member of The Counsel for International Conflict Resolution (RIKO). I am also an associate for the Transnational Foundation for Peace and Future Research (TFF) where I currently assist Peace Researcher, Dr. Jan Øberg, in the creation of the social network, Imagine a Better World.
I wrote my BA thesis on "international conflict resolution from a psychological perspective" where I developed a method of "situation based conflict resolution".
After that I studied Peace and conflict in India and hereafter I lived one semester in Costa Rica doing an internship in the ministry of foreign affairs and writing a thesis on their perception of peace. I also assisted courses of conflict resolution in New Zealand. This summer I studied Peace Research at a summer school of Oslo University and now I attend the masterprograme of "Peace and Conflict Studies" at Malmö University writing my MA thesis, "Towards a global culture of peace".
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Denmark, Sweeden, Norway, India, Israel-Palestine, New Zealand and Costa Rica.
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Psychology, Cultural Encounters, Peace Research, Cosmopolitanism
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Respected, I visit your profile its very comprehensive and highly appreciated document; I want to learn some positive education regarding your significant expertise and experience. I am zafar saleem bangash chairman civil lines club, this network working globally for promoting of public relation at world wide the reason is we want to learn some things from each others, provide some services. So I invite you to join Civil Lines Club, there are lots of opportunities. I am waiting your nice reply.
I've taught about those methods of conflict resolution but never did any original research on them. About India and the "winning hearts and minds" approach, I see more talk than action at this point. The emphasis is on the use of force from I can see. Dan
I see you're going to India and I just returned from a visit where I explored the Indian government's efforts to "win hearts and minds" in regard to the Naxalite threat. Given your interest in peace psychology, I'm attaching a link to a book I edited on the topic, which is available for downloading at no cost. Best wishes, Dan http://academic.marion.ohio-state.edu/dchristie/Peace%20Psychology%20Book.html
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