CORRECTION: DEADLINE FOR ABSTRACTS 7 NOVEMBER 2018, 9AM.
For a special panel organized by the CMES (Critical Middle East Studies) section of BRISMES, we are soliciting papers that actively focus and reflect on the notion, practice and ethics of critique. We welcome both more conceptual as well as empirical papers that relate to and reflect on some of the following questions:
What is critique?...
Join us for “Generous Dissent: Nonviolent Activism and Resistance” at the 2019 Canadian School of Peacebuilding with instructor Emily Welty. Courses are available for professional development, personal inspiration or academic credit. Nonviolence is a commonly used term but what does it actually mean? This class is an opportunity to explore both pragmatic and principled theories of nonviolence and...
Recrear International is excited to host two short courses in Participatory Action Research in Europe this May. The same four-day intensive PAR course will be offered in two locations:
Barcelona, Spain from May 9th-12th
The Hague, Holland from May 16th-19th
The short course will train practitioners in Recrear’s style of Participatory Action Research through a laboratory of personal...
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Participants are able to
analyse the ways in which they as individuals and their groups, movements or organisations respond to risk
carry out an in-depth context analysis with a view to improving security practices
create basic security plans and protocols for common or high-risk aspects of their work
know and choose secure practices and tools according to their own situation and capacity.
SIMA RAMA Cinema Club –the monthly online cinema club where film and activism collide– presents the award-winning documentary POVERTY INC. by Michael Matheson Miller.
What if we told you that foreign aid can do more harm than good? POVERTY INC. explores the complex reality of how aid merely puts a bandage on the poverty crisis and creates more problems than it solves.
CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: Turning Words into Action, Youth Activism Seminar in Budapest
Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe
2 September 2016
In 2016, ODIHR commenced the Words Into Action to Address Anti-Semitism project to strengthen the capacity of OSCE participating States and civil society to prevent and respond to anti-Semitism.
As a part of this project, ODIHR...