Thank you so much for your kind support and inspiring us to go forward and believe in ourselves. I believe we Tibetan manage to stick to our non violence path because of the people like you, who believe and see that NON VIOLENCE is the way to achieve greater harmony for all. We have been lucky to have His Holiness to guide and assure each of us when each time, young Tibetan looses his /her faith in the path of non violence. I guess I was one of them when it comes to my thoughts. I look forward to learn so much from you and what your countries (Scandinavian)has contributed in the path of peace building.Will look forward to know eachother more. Thank you very much for your support. Kind Regards: ) Dolma
Thank you so much for your response. Sorry for late reply, as I was in Afghanistan with limited access of internet. I was working there as an international long term observer to monitor Presidential and Provincial elections 2009. I wanted to initiate my career at conflict resolution and nonviolent action. I am also very keen to enhance my academic career at peace and development field. I haven't done any work on this field. But I do have some academic background.
I hope you will guide me in this regards,
I am Imran from Pakistan. I have recently finished my master in Human Rights from Mahidol University Bangkok Thailand (Fully supported by RWI/SIDA Sweden). I have just gone through your profile, seems you have diverse experience. I am also very keen to initial my career further in the field nonviolence. I hope to get some guideline from you.
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