Cultural initiatives for peace and reconciliation, alternative pathways

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Women in Security, Conflict Management and Peace , New Delhi About the Edition

This publication is the outcome of the deliberations held in Srinagar in Sept. 2007.

StatementSumona DasGupta and Navanita Sinha.
SeriesBuilding constituencies if peace: satakeholders in dialogue -- 11
ContributionsDasGupta, Sumona., Sinha, Navanita., Foundation for Universal Responsibility. Women in Security, Conflict Management and Peace.
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2 1. Introduction Launched at the international level through UNESCO’s networks and partners, and intended for young people from 14 to 25, Pathways to a Culture of Peace: Global Contest for Mutual Understanding invites youth to express its experience of how peace and non-violence are or should be produced and reproduced day after day in various environments, what has come to be termed.

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Going far beyond conventional techniques of conflict resolution, James O'Dea provides a holistic approach to peace work, covering its oft-ignored cultural, spiritual, and scientific dimensions while providing guidance suitable even for those who have never considered themselves s: March-April Vol.

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These include a perennial, utopian longing for peace, both secular and faith-based peace movements, environmental and alternative-development movements, and women's culture. A utopian longing for peace shows up in the variety of visions of the Isles of the Blessed, Paradise, and similar havens of delight that inhabit every human tradition.

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Racism: An Orthodox Perspective. Standing on the Side that is Right: An Interview with Fr. Chat Hatfield. The project supported local leaders in their efforts as holders of cultural practices and created presential and virtual exhibitions showing their heritage.

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The settlement has to be implemented. If it is just a conflict between two people, this may not be hard: those two people do what they agree to do, and past problems may be solved.

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A Pathway for Peace in Palestine and Israel Book of Resolutions, # Whereas, The United Methodist Church has committed itself to peacemaking, as well as to affirming “the right and duty of people of all nations to determine their own destiny” (Social Principles, B); and.

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The latest article on Art & Reconciliation research is now out and available for free ing in a Special Issue of The International Journal of Transitional Justice, guest edited by Cynthia Cohen, on ‘Creative Approaches to Transitional Justice: Contributions of Arts and Culture’, the article by Tiffany Fairey and Rachel Kerr discusses two arts-based initiatives in Bosnia and.

Forgiveness and Reconciliation. UNIT 5. Mediation and the Role of Women in Peace Building within: 47 - the family - the community - the school - the total social environment.

UNIT 6. Raising awareness of Gender Issues and Peace Building through: 60 - use of drama - use of skits - use of jingles. Peace and Conflict Studies (ISSN ) is committed to interdisciplinary explorations of conflict resolution, peace building, humanitarian assistance, and other mechanisms that seek to prevent and control violence.

PCS is also interested in articles focusing on social change and nonviolence, including such areas as sustainable development, reflective practice, action research, human. The development of Culture of Peace and Non-Violence (), Report by Federico Mayor Culture of Peace Initiative - Avon Mattison Pathways To Peace (PTP) is one of the pioneer Peacebuilding UN NGOs which helped establish the United Nations International Day of Peace (Peace Day) (UN Resolutions A/RES/36/67) inwhich laid.

Dr Tatsushi (Tats) Arai is an Associate Professor of Peace and Conflict Studies at Kent State University in Ohio, USA. Prior to joining Kent State inhe was Sergio de Mello Endowed Visiting Chair in the Practice of Post-conflict Diplomacy at Seton Hall University's School of Diplomacy in New Jersey and a Professor of Peacebuilding and Conflict Transformation at the School for.Peace lies at the heart of both Muslim and Christian faiths, yet animosity and conflict often characterize the relationship between the two.

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