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Chair: Donna Hicks
February 12, 2001
Visiting Carr Professor of Human Rights Practice Kennedy School of Government Harvard University
Intervention as Conflict Prevention and as Nation-Building
March 19, 2001
Project on Justice in Times of Transition Kennedy School of Government Harvard University
Conflict, Negotiation, and Transformation: Can we transfer Change from the Leadership to the Community?
April 2, 2001
Associate Director, Human Rights Program Harvard Law School
Human Rights and Conflict Resolution: Locating the Boundaries
April 23, 2001
Associate Professor, Graduate Program in Dispute Resolution University of Massachusetts, Boston Fellow (spring 2001), Columbia University
Conflict Resolution Network Moral Exclusion and the Psychology of Injustice
May 7, 2001
Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University
Negotiating Identity and Intractable Conflict: Is It Possible?
Co-chairs: Donna Hicks and Nadim Rouhana
October 23, 2000
Associate Professor of Philosophy University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Reconciliation for Realists
November 6, 2000
Professor of Cultural Psychology Boston College, Chestnut Hill
Justice and Fairness as Bases of Conflict: Some Social-Psychological Perspectives
December 4, 2000
Francois-Xavier Bagnoud Professor of Health and Human Rights Harvard School of Public Health
Human Rights and Reconciliation: Impunity in Cambodia and Chad
As of August 1, 2003, the Program on International Conflict Analysis and Resolution (PICAR) has closed.