7THCEU Conference in Social Sciences, “What Follows after the Crisis?Approaches to Global Transformations”, Central European University,Budapest, May 27-29, 2011
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Erle Frayne D. Argonza
Women are making themselves felt more and more in the field of state governance these days. It surely pays to reflect on the increasing ascent of women in this field of endeavor.
In my own country PH, women have since expanded their presence in the top management of state and business bureaucracies. Latest count by the…Continue
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Man And Religion
February 16, 2009
By Rashad Javed
Conflicts between religions are one of major problems in this world. Religion is the one of the biggest obstaclesto obtaining global peace. I don’t wantto hurt anybody’s feelings or insult their beliefs. Although I claim to be a Christian, I am far from a…Continue
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Hello all! Hope everything is well with you!
As always, just a reminder that if you have any information about conflicts (or efforts towards peace) happening each week, I would love your feedback and inclusions. As the weekly conflict update is done on a volunteer basis, I cannot independently verify all reported stories. Therefore my scope is limited to what is found in outside news sources. If you disagree with any of the information provided, or have any stories to…Continue
You may join Global Truce Anonymous by going to http://globaltruceanonymous.ning.com/ or you may declare your membership after reading the Global Truce Anonymous Format and determining if you think this is a fellowship for you.
Please feel free to download a copy of a suggested format for Global Truce Anonymous. We may spread this fellowship far and wide to reach all people. The goal is to…Continue
njoh norbert kedze,
Hi Dr Craig,accept regards from Cameroon.i wish to appreciate your indelible efforts of directing youths of the World on conflict issues.your organisation is wonder and us we believe will benefit as well as we shall give in our own contributions.keep up.
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Last month’s Update reported on the ICRD-sponsored trip to Egypt and Turkey by Pakistan’s National Madrasa Oversight Board (ITMP). As a result of this trip, the Board called for comprehensive training for all madrasa teachers that will lead to their eventual certification. To launch this national initiative, the ITMP selected for its initial pilot training effort 30 top madrasa faculty (six from each of the five…Continue
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The graves of hundreds ofmissing people in Bitlis are waiting to be unearthed, the Human RightsAssociation, or İHD, has claimed following the excavation of a mass grave inthe southeastern province earlier this week.
Relatives of the missingpeople are aware of the graves’ locations and more will be opened soon, BitlisİHD branch head Hasan Ceylan told the Hürriyet Daily News &…Continue
Added by Patrick Mac Manus on January 7, 2011 at 3:26pm — No Comments
In the previous post I spoke about some of the underlying tensions and the general situation over the past few weeks in Cote D’Ivoire. In this post, I will discuss some of the “solutions” being proposed, the likelihood of their usage and the effect I believe they will have on the population.
The international community was quick…Continue
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It's been a long hard slog to open up communication between Armenians and Azerbaijanis, despite the conflict over the disputed territory of Nagorno Karabakh, on the need for peaceful coexistence in the past two and half years, but my personal project, Conflict Voices, has managed to do just that even if others said that it would be impossible. From first…Continue
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Braziland the world are all eyes today on the newly elected president whojust took…Continue
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THE CPDM AND ELECAM: INFORMAL INSTITUTIONAL RELATIONSHIP WITH SERIOUS IMPLICATIONS FOR POLITICAL VIOLENCE IN CAMEROON?
Added by Dr. Celestin Tchamabe Ngaleu on January 6, 2011 at 9:00pm — No Comments
Austria announces plans to exhume graves containing the remains of 220 suspected victims of Nazi Germany's (and Austria’s) infamous euthanasia programme after building workers unearthed a mass of human bones in the groundsof a psychiatric hospital.
The discovery of what are thought to be some of the last hidden graves containing the remains of the tens of thousands of…Continue
Added by Patrick Mac Manus on January 6, 2011 at 6:05pm — No Comments
BUENA ADMINISTRACION Y PODER JUDICIAL
Por MAG. Freddy Ortiz Nishihara (*)…Continue
Added by FREDDY ORTIZ NISHIHARA on January 6, 2011 at 1:45am — No Comments
Collaborative governance is a type of governance process that ensures that those people who have interests in the public policy issue are directly involved in a ways which allows for them to provide input and recommendations.…Continue
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Despite the problems associated with events such as the recent ill-fated attempt to stage a festival of non-political Azerbaijani films in Armenia, culture could be one possible way to bridge divides between nations in conflict. At the same time, however, it can also create even more conflict, especially when there are many overlaps between culture in countries such as…Continue
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When the Iraqi army fell beforeinvading US and British troops in 2003, the latter's mission seemed to beaccomplished. But nearly eight years after the start of a war intended to shockand awe a whole population into submission, the Iraqi people continue to standtall. They have confronted and rejected foreign occupations, held their ownagainst sectarianism, and challenged random militancy and senseless…Continue
Added by Patrick Mac Manus on January 5, 2011 at 11:51am — No Comments
I thought it might be helpful to students interested in studies of the Caucasus to know that I am probably the most knowledgeable and experienced professional in the USA today on how to make use of the ancient teachings of the Caucasus in modern America. I hope you want to learn more about this and how my non-profit organization uses these ancient teachings for peace-building now. It is a complex subject but one I would be most happyy to explore under the proper…Continue
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