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At 5:34am on May 15, 2010, Andrew Benson Greene said…
Hi Ariana, how is your research going in Rwanda? I became particularly interested in the Rwanda situation when I met Former Lieutenant General Romeo Dallaire on several occasions in Canada and a few years later at the Child Soldiers Simulation exercise other wise widely known as Exercise Prodigal Child. He wrote the book 'Shake hands with the devil' a reference to the Genocide there. Serving in Rwanda in 1993 as a UN force Commander, he and his small group of UN peace keeping force were faced with peril as they were abandoned by the world's major powers in the turbulence of war and genocide. Impotent to act due to limited resources, General Dallaire and his small group of soldiers were witness to the brutal murder and massacre of innocent civilians. The General returned to his home in canada feeling broken hearted and despairing at the failure for humanity and the powers that be to help curb the blatant human rights violations. This book and his long campaign afterwards that still goes on is a bout his struggle and those of his colleagues to find measure of peace, hope, reconciliation and a complete stop to that inhumane act and genocide. Hope we can talk more later. The book is a good read, and I can't stop flipping the pages once I started. best wishes from Sierra Leone, Andrew
At 3:13pm on April 13, 2010, ennu njie said…
hi am ennu njie living and working inthe gambia as a civil servant .i graduated from the university of the gambia with a bachelor degree in political science and international relations. so far we have no net of peace and conflict studies networking but i will certain want to take part in conflict prevention and resolutions .my country is relatively peaceful and i would really liken to participate in the building and consolidation of this priceless peace we enjoy so much but which is also fragile considering development in our neighbouring countries such guinea bissau and casemance.i hope our colaboration can yeild better understanding of peace and also cherish it as indispensable in human development endeveour
At 10:23pm on April 3, 2010, Muhammad Shahzad Mushtaq said…
A man can be destroyed but not defeated. hay i am shahzad and want to make frienship to you.
At 5:16am on April 2, 2010, Waheed Ahmad said…
Dear Colleague,
I would like to inform you that Lahore High Court Bar Association has constituted a Human Rights Committee, and I am appointed as Secretary of this Committee.

Human Rights conditions are worst in the entire third world that is why it is considered as third world. In our context in Pakistan it is worst too, but now people are getting aware of it. In "Thanas"/ Police station, in Prisons and even in courts, what happens with a person is beyond the imaginations.

Hope you will share your ideas with us and help us to do some good work in this regard.

I will be extra pleased to welcome you, whenever you happened to come to Lahore High Court Bar. This would be grate honour for me.

Thanks and Best Regards,

Waheed Ahmad
Advocate High Court
Secretary Human Rights Committee
Lahore High Court Bar Association

Legal Aid Commissioner International Criminal Court (ICC)

I Shall be most grateful if you could kindly include my name in to your mailing list and inform me about your training programs/Workshop, Conference.
At 9:46am on March 31, 2010, Edong'a N. said…
Welcome to the network Ariana.
At 8:37pm on March 30, 2010, Gomez Ismael said…
I would like to thank you sincerely for accepting to be a friend of mine via this network. I have also a Bachelor Degree but working in Niger Republic with an Amerian NGO and wish to have a Master Degree in Confuict Resolution and Conflict Management. I wish and hope that our intreaction will be very productive. If you wish you can join me through 0022796471479 or my skype account: nicho_gomez.
Thanks and have a nice day

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