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June 02, 2010

Peace Academy, Sarajevo, 18-27.7.2010

Deadline: May 31, 2010

Center for Nonviolent Action
Mennonite Central Committee (MCC), Sarajevo
Nansen Dialogue Center, Sarajevo
TERCA, Mostar/Sarajevo

Invite you to apply to the 3rd POST-YUGOSLAV PEACE ACADEMY

www.mirovna-akademija.org

Sarajevo, July 18 - 27, 2010

For activists, students, researchers, theoreticians, journalists and all others whose focus is peace work and who are active in the fields of peace building, dealing with the past, human rights' protection.

This year's Academy is representing following courses:
1. Religion and Nationalism - course leader Vjekoslav Perica, professor at the University of Rijeka;
2. Understanding elements of collective violence and mass crimes (with the Yugoslav and Rwandan case - in the context of Great Lakes region) - course leaders Vlasta Jalusic and Tonci Kuzmanic, Peace Institute, Ljubljana
3. Memory and its role in Conflict and Conflict Transformation - course leader Orli Fridman, SIT Study Abroad (Balkans) and MA program in Conflict Studies, Faculty of Media and Communications, Singidunum University Belgrade (working language of the course is English)

If you wish to partake, please fill out the attached application and
send it to us by May 31, 2010 at the very latest and e-mail it to: info@mirovna-akademija.org or send it by fax to: +387 33 715 482

Each participant can only attend a single course. Number of participants is limited! Academy is being organized in Sarajevo, from 18-27th of July.

Participation fee for participants from ex-Yugoslav countries is 50 EUR, and for ones from other countries is 200 EUR. Organizers will cover accommodation costs. Travel costs will be covered only for participants from Macedonia and Kosovo.

For all additional information regarding the Peace Academy please visit our website at www.mirovna-akademija.org or contact us via e-mail info@mirovna-akademija.org or telephone + 387 33 715 481

Posted by uunguyen at June 2, 2010 12:52 PM

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