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PEACEST 2A03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Conflict Resolution, Conflict Transformation, Negotiation

Lecture 4 Provisional definitions Conflict management: keeping the actions associated with conflict within a certain bound such that the destructive elements can be minimized and contained (e.g. colombia) Conflict resoluti...

Peace Studies
PEACEST 2A03
Jorge Fabra- Zamora
PEACEST 2A03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Conflict Transformation, Structural Violence, Conflict Theories

Lecture 1 - September 11th Galtungs key concepts He wants to provide a comprehensive theory of conflict Conflict is a Dynamic Process Conflict Escalation and De-Escalation Violence happens at the climax (at the height of e...

Peace Studies
PEACEST 2A03
Jorge Fabra- Zamora
PEACEST 1A03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Johan Galtung, Peace And Conflict Studies, Political System

Week 2: The Idea of Peace Class Discussion: Is peace the absence of conflict? Is the world a peaceful place? Which are the most and least peaceful countries? What are the criteria of a peaceful country? What ...

Peace Studies
PEACEST 1A03
Walter Peace
PEACEST 1A03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Warsaw Pact, Military Alliance, Peace Movement

Peace Study Week 6 October 16 2018 (Negative Peace, and positive Peace) Part 1: Maintaining peace through military strength: o Balance of power o Military Alliances and collective Security ; NATO, BRICS Pa...

Peace Studies
PEACEST 1A03
Olga Skarlato
PEACEST 1A03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: World Health Organization, Mahatma Gandhi, Elder Abuse

Week 5: Violence and Nonviolence Outline Violence:Defining violence Direct, structural and cultural violence Patterns of violence Explanations of violence The Seville Statement on Violence Nonviolence: Defining nonviolence...

Peace Studies
PEACEST 1A03
Olga Skarlato
PEACEST 1A03 Lecture 2: September 25, 2018 (part 2)

Three Levels of Analysis in Peace and Conflict Studies To address the complexity and the interconnected character of peace and conflict studies we can use: The Three Levels of Analysis: Individual level State level System ...

Peace Studies
PEACEST 1A03
Olga Skarlato
PEACEST 1A03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Werra, Ancient Greek, Konrad Lorenz

Week 4: War and its Causes Defining War: Clausewitz: an act of force intended to comel our opponents to fulfill our will Bull: organized violence carried out by political unites against each other Derives from the old engl...

Peace Studies
PEACEST 1A03
Olga Skarlato
PEACEST 1A03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Peace Education, Peace And Conflict Studies, Conflict Transformation

Week 3: Peace Studies, Peace Research and Peace Education Peace studies, peace research, and peace education are interconnected As a transdisciplinary inquiry into the nature of peace and the reasons for wars and other for...

Peace Studies
PEACEST 1A03
Olga Skarlato
PEACEST 1A03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Johan Galtung, Global Peace Index

Week 2: The Idea of Peace What is Peace? Peace... Can and must include not only the absence of war but also the establishment of positive, life-enhancing values, political institutions, and social structures Can We Ever Ac...

Peace Studies
PEACEST 1A03
Olga Skarlato
PEACEST 1A03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Nonviolence, Pacifism, Ecological Footprint

Week 1: Introduction to the Course Overview of the Course The Idea of Peace Peace Studies, Peace Research, and Peace Education War and its Causes Violence and Nonviolence Negative Peace, and Positive Peace; Peace through S...

Peace Studies
PEACEST 1A03
Olga Skarlato
PEACEST 2B03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Conscientious Objector, Equal Protection Clause, United Nations Conciliation Commission
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International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights PART I Article 1 1. All peoples have the right of self-determination. By virtue of that right they freely determine their political status and freely pursue their e...

Peace Studies
PEACEST 2B03
Jorge Luis Fabra-Zamora
PEACEST 2B03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: United Nations Commission On Human Rights, Presbyterian Polity, Formal Language
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Lecture Three Assignment . Develop your own idea of social justice . Respond/challenge/engage with important debates . Reflect on your own conception and your own insight . Select one argument so it will be easier to writ...

Peace Studies
PEACEST 2B03
Jorge Luis Fabra-Zamora
PEACEST 2B03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Forced Pregnancy, Compulsory Sterilization, Sexual Slavery
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Article 7 Crimes against humanity 1. For the purpose of this Statute, crime against humanity means any of the following acts when committed as part of a widespread or systematic attack directed against any civilian popu...

Peace Studies
PEACEST 2B03
Jorge Luis Fabra-Zamora
PEACEST 2B03 Lecture 3: Guest Lecture - Jorge Sanchez-Perez - Human rights lawyer from Peru
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June.28 Jorge SanchezPerez Human rights lawyer from Peru The Organization of American States (OAS) In 1948 a continental organization was created to promote: Democracy, peace and security, cooperation, solidarity, elimin...

Peace Studies
PEACEST 2B03
Jorge Luis Fabra-Zamora
PEACEST 2B03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Accorhotels, Asian Perspectives, Universal Declaration Of Human Rights
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N4 Universalism and Cultural Relativism June.28 June 25, 2018 16:11 The Problem According to UN, United Nations of Instruments: Western influences, they claim to be universal, inalienable and crossculturally valid Are hu...

Peace Studies
PEACEST 2B03
Jorge Luis Fabra-Zamora

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