Peace and Collaborative Development Network Monthly Highlights
Greetings. Welcome to what we hope will be the monthly or bi-monthly highlight of key postings to the network and announcement of new features (for this month we will be launching a monthly member interview section)
In May 2009 2009, the network had over 70,000 visitors from almost 200 countries for a total of over 185,000 page views.
The Peace and Collaborative Development Network plans to introduce “Network Member Interview” section as part of the Monthly Highlights. Each month, a member will will be interviewed about his/her work, lessons learned, etc. We are welcoming suggestions of people to be interviewed (academics/professionals or policymakers who are members of the network or individuals from outside the site are also possible)
The interview focus on a general overview of the individual's work, an exploration of the person's contributions to the field, and 4-5 specific ones over the interviewee’s academic and/or professional comments on conflict issues and topics.
Comments and suggestions are expected and welcomed. Please send all comments regarding the interviews to Ling Cui
ORIGINAL POSTING HIGHLIGHTS:
Help the People of Zimbabwe.
My research on the fit between development NGOs and conflict transformation.
New Report, Center for Strategic and International Studies, Foreign Assistance for Peace, The U.S. Agency for International Development.
New Report, Center for Strategic and International Studies, An Expanded Mandate for Peace Building The State Department Role in Peace Diplomacy, Reconstruction, and Stabilization.
RESEARCH PAPER HIGHLIGHTS:
The Virtuous Twins: Protecting Human Rights and Improving Security in Colombia.
Iraqi Refugees: Seeking Stability in Syria and Jordan.
Call for Applications: 2010 Rotary World Peace Fellowship.
Fulbright Scholar Program for US Faculty and Professionals for 2010-2011.
U.S. Institute of Peace 2010-2011 Jennings Randolph Senior Fellowship Competition
Call for Nominations, Global Dialogue Prize, which acknowledges outstanding achievements in the advancement and application of intercultural value research.
Call for Applications, Every year, the UNESCO International Literacy Prizes reward excellence and innovation in the field of literacy throughout the world.