In my opinion, the true catalyst which brought about the Palestinian dilemma is that the Arab-Palestinian mindset believes that Palestine is part of the Islamic and Arabic world; what's more, most or all of them think of its soil as sacred. In addition to the dilemma extending from the end of First World War to the present, could shading and tainting the Arab societies by three chronic lesions; first Palestinianization of the Muslim/Arab mentality; second, Islamization of the…Continue
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There are a number of ways you can help support the PCDN network as outlined below.
1. Become a Paying Member - The PCDN network has helped impact thousands of…Continue
Groningen Winter School on Human Rights
8 – 17 December 2014
Globalisation Studies Groningen
The University of Groningen
Groningen, The Netherlands
Globalisation Studies Groningen is delighted to announce that we will be hosting our first annual Winter School on Human Rights from 8 – 17 December 2014 in Groningen, The Netherlands. The Winter School will be held in Groningen but…Continue
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You are President & CEO of your global life. It's time to be briefed like it:Continue
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Senior Programme Design and Assessment Officer – Eurasia Programme
Salary: £37,526 per annum, plus excellent benefits
We are looking for an enthusiastic and dynamic person to join our Eurasia Programme which works across the Caucasus and Central Asia. The programme works with people affected by conflict to challenge attitudes and foster peace across the conflict divides.
You will be responsible for providing…Continue
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Gabriela Monica Lucuta examines the recent history of international peacebuilding and looks at the approaches nation states should take in humanitarian intervention.
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Much like how the data revolution has sparked innovative software for the private sector, technological innovation for M&E is beginning in international development. …Continue
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Iraqi and international members of the Iraqi Civil Society Solidarity Initiative and the Iraqi Social Forum have been working over the last several months to organize an international conference concerning civil society in Iraq. Following an invitation by the Norway Social Forum to take part in their…Continue
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This blog is written by a member of The Syrian Civil Defence — a group of volunteer first responders saving lives in the most dangerous place on earth.
In July, DME for Peace got in touch with TechChange to help tell the story about the challenges that peacebuilders face. DME for Peace (Design, Monitoring & Evaluation for Peace) is a project…Continue
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By Steven Youngblood, director, Center for Global Peace Journalism
Among other factors, “press indifference” helped the Nazi party consolidate power in the early 1930’s in Germany, according to our guide at the National Archives-Kansas City’s exhibit of “State of Deception: The Power of Nazi Propaganda.”
The Park University peace journalism class toured the exhibit today.
It is exactly this press…Continue
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According to many “horizon scanning” reports for international civil society over the past few years, there are major disruptions ahead in the aid sector. Many predict that if large international organizations are not prepared to adapt, they will not survive.
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On 28 August 2014, the Sarajevo-based Post-Conflict Research Center (PCRC) was awarded first place in the Intercultural Innovation Award. Tim Bidey, Project Manager, describes their winning project, and explains the difference that receiving this prestigious award will make for the organisation.
This article was …
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Malaria Consortium partnered with TechChange to build a comprehensive digital course to train private sector health workers and RDT sales representatives in this context. This 11 module course includes around 400 slides for 6 hours of content takes participants…Continue
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