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francesca feruglio replied to Simon Robins's discussion Researcher vacancies: Missing Migrants and Deaths at the EU’s Mediterranean Border - Italy, Turkey, Tunisia
"Hi, thanks for posting. What is the deadline for applying to the research position in Italy?Many thanks in advance Francesca"
Sep 4, 2015
Simon Robins commented on Muli Peleg's blog post The Futility of The BDS Campaign: Reasons and Prospects
"This appears to be simply an attempt to put the view of the Israeli authorities who see the BDS campaign as one with the potential to challenge the US support that sustains them. The statement that "The Palestinians would have gained…"
Jun 16, 2015
fanny tittel liked Simon Robins's discussion Addressing Migrant Bodies on Europe’s Southern Frontier: A new policy brief
Dec 16, 2014
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Jun 24, 2014
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Jun 24, 2014
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Addressing Migrant Bodies on Europe’s Southern Frontier: A new policy brief

In recent years thousands of undocumented migrants have died in shipwrecks at the coasts of Greece, Spain and Italy in their effort to enter the EU. This brief draws on field research on the Greek island of Lesbos, one of the key entry points of migrants to the EU that has seen repeated incidents of deadly shipwrecks. The note underlines the gaps and flaws in the policies pursued by local, national and EU authorities. Research shows that although several local agencies engage with the problem,…See More
Jun 24, 2014
Simon Robins posted a discussion

Transformative justice in Egypt & Tunisia: New project website

We would like to announce a new website looking at issues of transition and justice in Egypt and Tunisia. is the website of a research project, led by the Centre for Applied Human Rights at the University of York and the American University in Cairo. The 3-year project, funded by the ESRC, builds on ongoing critiques of transitional justice and seeks to investigate the transitions of the Arab…See More
Apr 28, 2014
Simon Robins commented on Dowser's blog post Thinking Outside the Bottle: Coca-Cola's Lessons from India
"I am not sure that PCDN is the place for something that is basically just a disguised advertisement, especially where the author chooses to hide his identify behind a corporate 'we' - what exactly is his role with Coca Cola? It is also…"
Dec 16, 2013

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Please feel free to provide a short bio about yourself or the work of your organization (no more than 3 paragraphs)
I am a humanitarian professional with long experience in humanitarian protection who is now doing research on issues relating to disappearances and transitional justice with a focus on Nepal, East Timor and Kosovo.
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Timor-Leste, Uganda, Nepal
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Unites States
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Conflict Resolution, Human Rights, Humanitarian Relief
Which are your primary skills areas(or the primary skill areas of your organization)?
Capacity Building, Evaluation, Program Design, Research, Qualitative Skills, Training
What are some of your current areas of research (if any)?
Disappearances and persons Missing in conflict
Restorative justice
Transitional justice

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At 12:11pm on October 11, 2009, Yadab Bastola said…
Hi Simon,
I am Yadab your friend of Peace and Collaborative Network from Surkhet,Nepal. Hope you know me. I am currently working with UNESCO office in Kathmandu.It is my pleasure to get in touch with you after long time. Today, I would like to inform you that I have recently got an opportunity to study on Master of Advanced Studies in Peace and Conflict Transformation in World Peace Academy Basel, Switzerland with 50% (7500 CHF) scholarship for tuition fees. Due to my low income I could not able to pay the tuition fee for the studies. I am seeking the only 50% tuition fees (7500CHF) from different source and I have told from the Academy to pay the 50% amounts with in three weeks which remains only two weeks up to now. As you know there are so many agencies working in peace and conflict but most of them are very reluctant to invest in human resource development. So it is quite difficult to obtain such bursary for courses. If any of the organization could provide this small amount for such good course it would be long term investment of Nepal's human resource development for Peace and conflict in post conflict development of Nepal.
Hoping to get some suggestion from you .

Yadab Bastola
At 2:45pm on August 1, 2008, Yadab Bastola said…
Hi Simon,
It is great to hear about you.I think you are enjoing in Nepalgunj.I am also from that region .I spent 1 year in Nepalgunj with UNMIN.I am from Surkhet district now working with UNHCR in Eastern Nepal.
Hope we will be in touch.
At 2:20pm on July 27, 2008, Yadab Bastola said…
Hi Simon,
Nice to see you on this network.It is happy to see you you have worked in Nepal.Hope we will be in touch.

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