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Curb Your Enthusiasm: Israel and Palestine after the UN

International Crisisgroup Middle East Report N° 112 | N.N. |  2011  

Non-violent Resistance and the Strive for Democracy

 Events

2011 Ghandi Talks at Peace Research Institute Frankfurt

Gandhi’s teachings, especially his concept of non-violent resistance, have received renewed attention during recent uprisings, notably in the Arab world. The Frankfurt Gandhi Talks 2011 will focus on what influence his teachings had on peaceful revolutions and what perspectives the concept of non-violent resistance can offer to movements striving for democracy and human rights world-wide. Activists from Egypt and Serbia, who have experienced peaceful revolutions, which in turn are more closely interwoven than commonly known, will be discussing with the German audience.

Veranstalter: 
Hessische Stiftung Friedens- und Konfliktforschung, Deutsch-Indische Zusammenarbeit e. V. und GandhiServe-Stiftung
Termin
from: 
05.10.2011 (19:00)
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05.10.2011 (19:00)

Palestinian Reconciliation: Plus Ça Change…

International Crisisgroup Middle East Report N°110 | N.N. |  2011  

People's Power - The Arab World in Revolt

Perspectives #2 Mai 2011 | N.N. |  2011  

Iraq's News Media After Saddam

Liberation, Repression, and Future Prospects | S. Ricchiardi |  2011  

Clear Gold

Water as a Strategic Resource in the Middle East | J. B. Alterman, M. Dziuban |  2010  

Tunisian and Egyptian Revolutions and the Role of Communication Technologies

 News - February 2011

Call for Papers for the International Journal of Communications (IJoC) – Submission Deadline: March 15th, 2011

Open call for articles on “Tunisian and Egyptian Revolutions and the Role of Communication Technologies”

An International Journal of Communication (IJoC) Special Features Section on the recent Tunisian and Egyptian revolutions in North Africa to be published in 2011.

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