Category Archives: Iraq

Elicitive Peace and Conflict Monitoring: A Pilot Study in Iraq published by UNDP

My latest work, co-authored with Alba Losert and Armin Rabitsch, has been published by the United Nations Development Programme: Elicitive Peace and Conflict Monitoring: A Pilot Study in Iraq. I am grateful to all our partners and friends at the … Continue reading

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Establish­ment of Peace and Conflict Studies for Re­con­cilia­tion in Iraq

The United Nations Development Program (UNDP) funded project Education for Peace in the Iraqi Higher Education System is implemented by the Iraqi Alamal Association and the Unit for Peace and Conflict Studies (University of Innsbruck) in collaboration with the Iraqi … Continue reading

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New Book: Elicitive Curricular Development

This new book by Josefina Echavarría Alvarez, Adham Hamed and Noah Taylor focuses on developing courses in International Peace and Conflict Studies for Scholars-Practitioners in settings of violent conflicts around thew world.

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New Horizons of Peace and Conflict Research in Iraq | آفاق جديدة لبحوث السلام والنزاع في العراق

UNDP, the Iraqi Al Amal Association and the University of Innsbruck deepen their collaboration in partnership with the Universities of Anbar, Baghdad, Mosul and Tikrit. يستكشف برنامج الأمم المتحدة الإنمائي وجمعية الأمل العراقية وجامعة إنسبروك بالشراكة مع جامعات الأنبار وبغداد والموصل وتكريت آفاقاً جديدة Continue reading

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In the Media: Verminte Hochschulen, Personal mit Trauma: Uni Innsbruck im Irak

Der Irak hat Jahrzehnte des Krieges hinter sich – zuletzt mit der Befreiung von der Herrschaft der Terrormiliz IS. Schätzungen zufolge wird es wohl Generationen dauern, das Land vollständig zu befrieden. Dabei helfen wollen Experten aus Innsbruck. Die Bedingungen vor … Continue reading

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