Final Conferences

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FINAL POLICY SEMINAR

Location: European Parliament, rue Wiertz 60, Room A1E1, Brussels

Time: 10 Nov. 2009, 15:00-18:30

The most significant policy results of the project will be presented during a policy seminar ain Brussels on November 10, 2009.

We have the pleasure to invite you to this final policy seminar.

If you are interested in participating, please register by sending an email to shur@luiss.it

The deadline for registration is November 4.

Please note that we are unable to cover the travel costs of the participants.

Please find the programme in attachment here (invitation-shur-policy-seminar).

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FINAL SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCE

Shur’s final conference Human rights in conflict — the role of civil society will take place on 4-6 June 2009 at Luiss University (via Pola 12), Rome-Italy.

The conference will analyse the role of civil society actors in conflict situations from an interdisciplinary perspective. More details on the conference in the official call (final-shur-conference).

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Programme

The final programme is now online final_programme_shur_conference

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Logistics

Please find here info on logistics shurromeaccomodationsandtransfer

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Contacts

For Visa related issues please contact Valentina Gentile at vgentile@luiss.it

For logistics related issues please contact Veronica Raccah at veronica.raccah@gmail.com

For any further information, do not hesitate to contact the organization at shur@luiss.it

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Paper Archive

  • SHUR papers can be found in the working paper series webpage of this site
  • Zainab Al Alkhalil Education and Conflict in Iraq (alkhalil)
  • Jamal Alkirnawi Story Telling as an Approach to Conflict Transformation (alkirnawi)
  • Krisztina Aratò Human and Citizen Rights anc Civil Society in Hungary (arato)
  • Maria Teresa Bia Human Rights Implications of Ethno-Political Conflicts (bia)
  • Thorsten Bonacker at alii The Impact of Civil Society’s Human Rights Articulation (bonacker-et-alii)
  • Luis Cabrera Is There a Human Right to Accession? (cabrera)
  • Avinash Chennamadhav Extension of Human Rights Responsibility to MNCs (chennamadhav)
  • Silvia Colombo Civil Society in Post Conflict Iraq (colombo)
  • Diana Copper Gender, Conflict Society and Human Rights (copper)
  • Veronique Dudouet Surviving the Peace? (dudouet)
  • Ekrem Eddy Guzeldere Human Rights, Civil Society and the Kurdish Question (guzeldere)
  • Ryan Hammack Biafra and the Niger Delta (hammack)
  • Daniela Irrera NGOs Role in Humanitarian Intervention (irrera)
  • Chrstopher Isike Feminizing the Peace Process in Africa (isike)
  • Patrice Cailleba and Rekha Kumar Gender Issues in Conflict with Culture (khumarcailleba)
  • Smiljana Knez Human Rights in Conflicts (knez)
  • Kostas Kokogiannis Human Rights as Part of Democratic Active Citizenship (kokogiannis)
  • Guido Lenzi Human Rights and National Sovereignty in Humanitarian Interventions (lenzi)
  • Raffaele Marchetti & Nathalie Tocci Redefining the EU Engagement with Conflict Society (marchettitocci)
  • Mohammad Mobasheri Iranian Intellectual Religious Approach to Islam and Human Right (mobasheri)
  • Peter Munce Civil Society vs. the People (munce)
  • Michal Nowosielski Civil Society as Representation of Immigrants’ Interests (nowosielski)
  • Eyene Okpanachi Building Peace in a Divided Society (okpanachi)
  • Celina Ines Ozan The Challanges After Conflicts (ozan)
  • Dhruv Pande Cultural Rights and the Dynamics of Identity Formation (pande)
  • Emily Pia and Thomas Diez Human Rights in Conflict (piadiez)
  • Kateryna Pishchikova and Valeria Izzi Engaging Civil Society in Peacebuilding (pishchikovaizzi)
  • Rakhi Poonia Worrisome Trends in the Vitality of American Democracy (poonia)
  • Ayesha Ray Kashmiri Women and the Politics of Identity (ray)
  • Melek Saral Civil Society and Human Rights Protection in Iraq since 2003 (saral)
  • Evelyne Schmid Gender and Conflict (schmid)
  • Valentina Scotti Four Countries, One People (scotti)
  • Sylvia Servaes and Natascha Zupan Looking back and Moving Forward (servaeszupan)
  • Lindsay Shorr Newman The Role of Neighboring Ethnic Brethren in Civil Conflict Onset (shorr)
  • Johanna Soderstrom Demos Conceptions (soderstrom)
  • Lea Tosold Theorizing the Practice of Social Movements (tosold)
  • Lea Ypi Politically Constructed Solidarity (ypi)
  • Laura Zanotti Protecting Humans, Governing International Disorder (zanotti)