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Dealing with conflict and extremism
|Contributions||Ḥevrah le-matnasim (Israel). Steering Committee., Israel. Miśrad ha-ʻavodah ṿeha-reṿaḥah., American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee.|
|LC Classifications||HM136 .C512 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||23 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||23|
|LC Control Number||88187532|
The Hague Conversations on Conflict is a series of discussions, lectures, workshops and networking events launched by LINKS Europe in association with The Hague Humanity Hub in June Its aim is to provide a forum where the changing nature of war and conflict can be analysed and assessed, together with the responses of international society. Coram International provides research and socio-legal policy expertise to ensure the rights of children and youth are met during and in the aftermath of armed conflict. We also work to promote child protection standards and child justice best practices within counter-terrorism and extremism contexts.
And in allowing such conflict and tension to continue, it is almost inevitable, and certainly predictable, that some people will take this general culture into extremism and fanaticism. So if we are to have any chance of reducing conflict, then we must find a different approach to . Dealing with Conflict and Crisis: International Conflict Management Seminar for Leaders. Monday, June 7, Publication Type: In the Field. Share This. Print the Page. The Institute, in partnership with the Inter-American Defense College and the Organization of American States' Unit for the Promotion of Democracy, held a seminar at Ft. McNair.
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Book Review Umbreen Javaid* Afghanistan and Pakistan Conflict, Extremism and Resistance to Modernity by Riaz Mohammad Khan, Oxford University Press, Karachi-Pakistan,pp, ISBN: The Book titled “Afghanistan and Pakistan Conflict, Extremism and Resistance to Modernity” by Riaz Mohammad Khan has been published by OxfordFile Size: 18KB.
Conflict, Violent Extremism and Development: New Challenges, New Responses - Kindle edition by Glazzard, Andrew, Jesperson, Sasha, Maguire, Thomas, Winterbotham, Emily. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Conflict, Violent Extremism and Development: New Challenges, New Author: Andrew Glazzard, Sasha Jesperson, Thomas Maguire, Emily Winterbotham.
Posted on Septemin Communication and Conflict Resolution, Political Conflict and tagged extremism, ISIS. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on Managing Extremism and Dealing with ISIS. The first book-length work to address the implications of Islamist violent extremism for development actors Combines theory with a current, up-to-date case-study approach Proposes a new approach for development programming to take new terrorist threats into account.
Extremism, Power, and the Imagined Basis of Social Conflict Dacher Keltner and Robert J. Robinson Department of Psychology, University of California, Berkeley, California (DK.), and Graduate School of Business Administration, Harvard University, Boston, both sides. We compared oppos- ing partisans' actual differences with the differences they per.
“The dangerous enemies of your species are fundamentalism, intolerance, separatism, extremism, hostility and prejudicial fear, be it religious, atheistic or political.” ― Abhijit Naskar, Autobiography of God: Biopsy of A Cognitive Reality. This book explores the interface between terrorism and the internet and presents contemporary approaches to understanding violent extremism online.
The volume focuses on four issues in particular: terrorist propaganda on the internet; radicalisation and the internet; counter campaigns and approaches. A Cooperative Approach Toward Understanding Democracy: A Foundation for Ending Extremism and Preventing Conflict was created as part of a citizen exchange program delivered by Legacy International, entitled Religion, Human Rights & Democracy: Peer Interactions between Religious and Civic Leaders in the U.S.
and in Kazakhstan/5(2). This is a short pastoral scheme of work that I wrote after working with students who had been highlighted as being at risk of extremist behaviour or radicalisation at an inner-city all-boys school. Elements of conflict theory can be used to explain the formation of groups – for example, extremist groups – as well as the reasons why these groups can turn violent.
This theoretical approach seeks to explain scientifically, the general delineations of conflict in society; that is, how conflict starts and varies, and the effect of conflict. Abstract. What causes violent extremism in conflict situations, and are violent Islamists a new type of conflict actor.
This chapter examines ideology, identity, social networks and grievances as potential causal factors, concluding that all play important contributory roles, but violent extremism is fundamentally a symptom of failures of : Andrew Glazzard, Sasha Jesperson, Thomas Maguire, Emily Winterbotham.
Get this from a library. Extremism. [Noël Merino;] -- This title explores extremism around the world, the causes of extremism, extremism and religion, and dealing with extremism.
What extremism is, how extremist ideologies are constructed, and why extremism can escalate into violence. A rising tide of extremist movements threaten to destabilize civil societies around the globe. It has never been more important to understand extremism, yet the dictionary definition—a logical starting point in a search for understanding—tells us only that extremism is “the quality.
on Islamism, violent extremism and conflict; a set of case histories (covering Kenya, Nigeria, and Syria/Iraq) examining whether Islamist groups behave differently from other types of conflict actors; and a paper addressing what approaches are effective in dealing with conflicts involving violent Islamists and the implications for stateFile Size: KB.
It wasn’t until I began my training as a counselor at nearly thirty-years-old that someone explained conflict didn’t always have to do damage. In fact, it was possible to have conflict with a person and to feel closer to them in the wake of it.
This was a revolutionary idea to me. However, skilled conflict doesn’t come easy. The first step, and this will be difficult for many, is to view extremism as a genuine relational term that is a reaction to economic and cultural issues.
Hence, the issue is. Extremism means, literally, "the quality or state of being extreme" or "the advocacy of extreme measures or views".
The term is primarily used in a political or religious sense, to refer to an ideology that is considered (by the speaker or by some implied shared social consensus) to be far outside the mainstream attitudes of society. It can also be used in an economic context.
Conflict happens, whether we want it to or not. Most of us have a strong, visceral reaction to conflict, including (but not limited to) fear, avoidance, excitement and/or dread.
However, when you boil it down, conflict is just when one person's desires are different from the other : Anne Loehr. Dealing with conflict 32 Triggers 33 Decision making processes 35 Feedback 36 Logical Argument Mapping (LAM) 37 Openness at the workplace 38 Negotiation 40 Conflict management skills 41 Summary 42 5 DISCUSSION 44 6 CONCLUSION 47 Further research 48 REFERENCES 49 APPENDICES African youth and the growth of violent extremism.
If governments and organisations are serious about dealing with violent extremism, they must not forget the biggest reason why youth join. Through a new self-paced, online training, practitioners and civic actors including law enforcement officers, school officials and community leaders can gain a better understanding of radicalization to violence and violent extremism in the United available at no cost to learners, thanks to funding from the Department of Homeland Security, the course will also introduce a broad.Preventing Violent Extremism: A Review of the Literature Article (PDF Available) in Studies in Conflict and Terrorism January with Reads How we measure 'reads'.
(). Prevent Strategies: The Problems Associated in Defining Extremism: The Case of the United Kingdom. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism: Vol. 40, No. 11, pp. Cited by: 5.