Graduation Student Keynote Address.

2017-09-01T16:46:17+00:00

by Vic Crawford, New Zealand It is an honour and a privilege to share my graduation address as the final entry for the 2011 IPSI Bologna blog. Friend Do you remember that wild stretch of [...]

Graduation Student Keynote Address. 2017-09-01T16:46:17+00:00

Getting to Agreement.

2017-09-01T16:46:17+00:00

by Amy Thomson, New Zealand Three days of trying to end the Georgian-Abkhazian conflict (in our universes this equated to about 20days) and I’m shattered. Acting on behalf of a small nation without international recognition [...]

Getting to Agreement. 2017-09-01T16:46:17+00:00

Unsettled Channels.

2017-01-27T18:56:07+00:00

by Shalva Dzidziguri, Republic of Georgia. While talking about the simulation “Unsettled Channels” over the conflict between Georgia and Abkhazia during the introduction of the IPSI program on the first day of the symposium, Cameron [...]

Unsettled Channels. 2017-01-27T18:56:07+00:00

Dang It Feels Good to be a Peace Nerd.

2017-09-01T16:46:17+00:00

by Charly Jaffe, United States of America Last night when I called home, my mother asked what I had done today. “Just started a three day attempt at solving the Abkhazian-Georgian conflict,” I replied, “No [...]

Dang It Feels Good to be a Peace Nerd. 2017-09-01T16:46:17+00:00

The ICC.

2017-09-01T16:46:17+00:00

by Catarina Stewart, Portugal On Friday morning we had Dr. Rod Rastan, a legal adviser for the Office of the Prosecutor at the International Criminal Court (ICC) come and speak to us.  After a brief [...]

The ICC. 2017-09-01T16:46:17+00:00

The Truth We Are Looking For.

2017-09-01T16:46:17+00:00

By: Lina Imran, Ethiopia What an amazing Thursday! With a very interesting lectures from William Stuebner and Dr. Valerie Rosoux who have so much experience in the field of Peace and Security, DDR, and Reconciliation. [...]

The Truth We Are Looking For. 2017-09-01T16:46:17+00:00

Faith, Forgiveness and Reconciliation.

2017-09-01T16:46:17+00:00

by Chané Ramadahya, South Africa In response to a lecture by Valérie Rosoux In our continued search for the global resolution of conflict, we have fortunately progressed from seeking solutions that are universally applicable to [...]

Faith, Forgiveness and Reconciliation. 2017-09-01T16:46:17+00:00

Applying Theory.

2017-09-01T16:46:19+00:00

by Jose Belo, East Timor I came to this year’s symposium with the conviction that the event will hopefully enrich my insights and knowledge as well as validate my hands-on experience gained in my work [...]

Applying Theory. 2017-09-01T16:46:19+00:00

The Unconference.

2017-09-01T16:46:19+00:00

by Sascha Nanlohy, Australia The Southern African philosophy of Ubuntu is based on a simple premise. A person is a person through other people. The IPSI symposium I believe is based on a similar premise [...]

The Unconference. 2017-09-01T16:46:19+00:00

Afghan Local Police.

2017-09-01T16:46:19+00:00

by Ahmadullah Archiwal, Afghanistan In response yesterday’s lecture by A. Heather Coyne The police, besides the judiciary offices, is considered to be one of the most corrupt institutions in Afghanistan. When people in Afghanistan talk [...]

Afghan Local Police. 2017-09-01T16:46:19+00:00
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