Talks

Scholar-Practitioner Insights from Ethiopia and Iraq: Elicitive Curriculum Development and Capacity Building for Peace and Conflict Studies
17th of May 2019, 19:00, Haus der Begegnung, Innsbruck

 

Turning Points in Peace Processes
28th of February 2019, 11:00-12:00 (GMT), Cambridge Peace Education Research Group, University of Cambridge
Donald McIntyre Building, Faculty of Education, 184 Hills Road, Cambridge, CB2 8PQ, room 2S7

In contexts of protracted intrastate conflicts, in which people have often experienced loss, hate and trauma, it may appear difficult to reconcile and transform violence. However, sometimes—perhaps after months, perhaps after generations—turning points are reached: people break out of cycles of violence and reestablish more harmonious human relationships beyond dualistic dividing lines. Adham Hamed’s research is concerned with the conditions and reasons for when such situations are achieved. Drawing on transrational peace theory and preliminary findings from narrative interviews with middle-range leaders in conflict transformation in the context of Colombia, Ethiopia, as well as Israel and Palestine, the presentation will focus on structural and relational qualities of turning points in peace processes.

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Previous Talks (Selection)

  • “What the Hell has gone Wrong in Egypt: An Inquiry with Elicitive Conflict Mapping”, Center on Culture and Violent Conflict, Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO), August 28th, 2018.
  • “Themenzentrierte Interaktion in der Lehre und Forschung der Peace Studies”, 50th Colloquium of the German Association for Peace and Conflict Studies, Berlin, April 13th, 2018.
  • “Reintegrating Former Combatants: A Conflict Transformation Perspective”, Panel on Reintegration and Cohesion, The Hammamet Conference 2017, British Council, Hammamet, 9th - 11th November 2017.
  • “A Moral Imagination Workshop“: Interactive Workshop Session, facilitated with Alejandra Barrera, International Institute for Peace Education 2017, University of Innsbruck & Cambridge University, August 2017.
  • “The Concept of Humanity in the Works of Hannah Arendt and Frantz Fannon“, Comment on the 48th Innsbruck Gender Lecture “Thinking against Humanity” by Ayça Çubukçu, London School of Economics and Political Science, University of Innsbruck, Januaryth, 2017.
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