Tag: UNSC

Education in 3G to Design the Crisis Scenario: Integrating New Media in Learning about Humanitarian Concerns in Nagorno-Karabakh

Colette Mazzucelli, Amierah Ismail, and Sharon Hakakian Bergman Over the past year the ethnic conflicts learning community in the Center for Global Affairs at New York University has developed the crisis scenario as an integral component of the graduate course bringing together in-depth knowledge about the context in the South Caucasus and the ability to […]

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Acknowledging the “Liberalism of Fear” in Breaking a Conspiracy of Silence: Sexual Violence in Conflict

In the 21st century, the violence humanity experiences does not confine its cruelty within the borders of enduring totalitarian regimes. Nor does it find primary expression in warfare among states. The violence against humanity in our time is a pain suffered largely in silence by those women, men, and children who are the casualties of […]

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