The 2014 Summer School in Comparative Conflict Studies took place for the 5th time at the Faculty of Media and Communications from June 30 to July 7.
60 students attended 4 courses, keynote lecture and additional activities.
Click here for more information.
CFCCS is participating in the international conference at the center for international intervention at the University of Surrey.
CII: ON THE RECEIVING END OF INTERVENTION
METHODS IN HUMAN SECURITY
Monday 16 June 2014, 09:30 to
Tuesday 17 June 2014, 17:00
The conference ends the 3 years project funded by the British Academy.
Can Serbs Learn From Israelis and Palestinians?
Despite very different conflicts, Serbian, Israeli and Palestinian rights activists say they face common problems: state denial of past atrocities and the task of helping wartime refugees return home.
“You need to get out from your own context, learn about other conflicts so you can look at your situation from a different perspective,” explained professor Orli Fridman, the Israeli director of the Belgrade-based Centre for Comparative Conflict Studies, during her latest study seminar to Tel Aviv last month.
Fridman has been organising such study seminars over the past years, bringing human rights activists from Israel and the Palestinian territories to Serbia to explore what people who have been through two very different conflicts can share and learn from each other.
Click here to read and download the article.
Course designed for the Forum ZFD Balkans Staff
November 18-20, 2013
CFCCS was invited to design and deliver a training seminar for the Forum ZFD Balkans Staff who will be working on the Dealing with the Past projects. The course aimed to enhance the theoretical and practical understanding of the participants, as related to their work focus in Dealing with the Past and Memory Work. It also aimed to strengthen and deepen the understanding of the participants as related to:
- bridging theory and conflict;
- framing Dealing with the Past in the context of Conflict Analysis, Conflict Transformation and Memory Studies frameworks.
The seminar training was taught by Dr. Orli Fridman and was attended by 17 staff members from the Forum ZFD's offices in Belgrade, Prishtina, Sarajevo and Skopje.
CFCCS is a research and educational center at the Faculty of Media and Communications (FMK), Belgrade Singidunum University.