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Added by S-CAR at GMU on March 25, 2014 at 3:55pm — No Comments
Over the past two decades, many new institutions from governments, foundations and nonprofits have emerged that provide in-depth policy analysis of current conflicts and the effectiveness of existing responses. In order to stay up to date on current crises, success stories in preventing, managing and transforming conflicts, and larger policy lessons for the field, reading…
Just last year the Indian government decided to implement a program to bring the world’s cheapest tablet device to the population. This to drive increased use of the Internet by it’s citizens. A brilliant move. A Canadian manufacturer won that bid. This signalled…Continue
Great piece from Michael Shank on the Huffington Post:
The Dehumanization Syndrome is an inventory of symptoms. It serves as the analytical and diagnostic tool; see last page for Directions of Use.
The fact that “WE”(the Nation, the People, the Country, the State) is an abstract term and that in reality only individual human beings…Continue
Added by Olek Netzer on February 9, 2011 at 7:25am — No Comments
Although conflicts amongst communities are seen since the birth of man but its severity to its peak has been seen in the recent decade unfortunately this is observed inspite of education, advancement of societies and uplift of social and mental up gradation.
The main reason of such unpleasant happening is due to the…Continue