"I set out to show that nonviolence could deal with Hitler.
My novel, Denmark Rising, is lavishly praised as a compelling, impossible-to-put-down story that convincingly shows the Danes largely foiling Hitler with nonviolent strategies. It expands…"
Please list the countries and/or regions in which you (or your organization) have direct and significant expertise
What is your current country of residence (or location of your organization)?
What is your current job (and organization) and/or where and what field are you studying?
Researcher at Peace Building Institute
Which are your primary sectoral areas of expertise (or the primary sectoral areas of your organization) ?
Alternative Dispute Resolution, Civil Society, Conflict Resolution, Conflict Mainstreaming, Culture, Human Rights, Peacekeeping
Which are your primary skills areas(or the primary skill areas of your organization)?
Advocacy, Capacity Building, Communication, Curriculum Development, Evaluation, Monitoring, Program Implemenation, Research, Qualitative Skills, Training
What are some of your current areas of research (if any)?
Management conflict in eastern part of Indonesia
If appropriate feel free to list several of your (or your organization's) publications
1. 2007, “There’s More To Interfaith Conflict Than Religion”, in Common Ground News Service (CGNews), 02 October 2007, www.commongroundnews.org
2. 2007, “Hak Minoritas, Multikulturalisme dan Dilema Negara Bangsa” (Minority Rights, Multiculturalism and Nation-State Dilema), co editor, book published by Interseksi Foundation & Tifa Foundation, Jakarta
3. 2006, “Hutan, Masyarakat dan Pasar” (Forest, People, and Market), co authored with Mita Noveria, Irine H. Gayatri, and Lilis Mulyani, a book published by The Indonesian Institute of Sciences/LIPI, Jakarta
4. 2005, “Peace market, building trust through trade in Ambon”, co authored with Abubakar Riry in Inside Indonesia No. 82 April-June, an English magazine published in Australia
5. 2005, “Berbagi Ruang dengan Masyarakat: Upaya Resolusi Konflik Sumberdaya Hutan di Kalimantan Tengah” (Resources shared with local people: forest resources conflict resolution in Central Kalimantan), co authored with Mita Noveria, Irine H. Gayatri, a book published by The Indonesian Institute of Sciences/LIPI, Jakarta
6. 2005, “Pemilu dan Konflik, civic engagement dalam pemilu 2004”, (Election and conflict, civic engagement in the 2004 election), (team writer) a book published by Interseksi Foundation & Tifa Foundation, Jakarta
7. 2004, “Tentang Militerisme di Indonesia: Kampanye Re-militerisasi di Indonesia” (On Militarism in Indonesia: the re-militarization campaign in Indonesia), co authored with Curie M. Savitri, published in WACANA, ed. 17 Thn III, a journal published by Insist Press, Yogyakarta
8. 2004, “Bahasa Negara versus Bahasa Gerakan Mahasiswa” (The political language of state versus student movement), co authored with Muridan S. Widjojo and Prof. Dr. Benny Hoed), a book published by LIPI Press & Yayasan Obor Indonesia
9. 2003, "Demokrasi: Panduan Bagi Pemula" (Democracy For Beginners), co authored with Moch Nurhasim, a book published by The Ridep Institute in cooperation Friedrich Ebert Stiftung (FES) Indonesia
10. 2003, "Involvement of The Indonesian Military in Human Rights Violations", paper presented at Southeast Asian Advanced Programme on Human Rights, which organized by the Office of Human Rights Studies and Social Development, Faculty of Graduate Studies, Mahidol University, Thailand, March 18-28, 2003
11. 2002, "Egoism a Hindrance to Progress in Reform", in The Jakarta Post daily newspaper, April 4
12. 2002, “People’s Disappointment at Megawati”, biweekly strategic analysis magazine TRACES, vol. III No. 15, July
13. 2002, “On Behalf of Democracy TNI/POLRI Must Not Be Elected”, biweekly strategic analysis magazine TRACES, vol. III No. 13, June
14. 2002, “The Flood Reflects Many Things”, biweekly strategic analysis magazine TRACES, vol. III No. 3, February
15. 2002, “Who is the Most Responsible on the Chain of Train Accidents?” biweekly strategic analysis magazine TRACES, vol. III No. 2, January
16. 2001, “Maluku Awaits the Fulfillment of Megawati’s Promises”, biweekly strategic analysis magazine TRACES, vol. II No. 17, December
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I set out to show that nonviolence could deal with Hitler.
My novel, Denmark Rising, is lavishly praised as a compelling, impossible-to-put-down story that convincingly shows the Danes largely foiling Hitler with nonviolent strategies. It expands the possible and fires our imagination.
If you will read it, I will send you a free copy. Peace and Grace,
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