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Do they allow a better understanding of the internal dynamic between conflict and violence violence conflictoligia the contrary of conflict, which does allow a negotiation in a mobilization and the possibility of violence avoidance in most social mobilizations, which can be violent in a deep social crisis context?
We have studied this dynamic between the youth and the police in urban areas in the past years Community Policing, Urban Violence in both France and Spain. We have already been able to model the role of reasonings and bad police intelligence, and shown that such observations can lead to violence and counter-reasonings, before, during and after the mobilizations.
In the meantime, Surveillance Studies or New Critical Studies are denouncing the intrusion of police forces in the world of social media and the dangers of a society of total surveillance. Far from these general opinion and public vinuamata classical attitudes the new line of confflictologia we want to explore and pursue with this project aims at establishing a new contribution towards the understanding of social media effects on the production and organization of vinyamatq mobilizations.
In fact, without including the more technical publications written for instance by computer scientists on the emerging social medial tools and platforms, in the social sciences literature alone, some previous works can be identified that has actually prepared the ground and paved the way for the issues we want to address in our own research approach. Much has already been written on social control and policing of physical cinflictologia, whether public, private, hybrid.
The Social mobilizations studies or Contest Policing Studies do not take into account the role of police forces and policing in general in an interactional way. Furthermore, in the currently available literature, social sciences researchers are not yet considering the notion of digital interaction and co-construction between: The hypothesis developed by Gary T Marx but also and especially those promoted by Randall Collins are offering some promising research perspectives.
On the other side, both digital and computational studies are also opening some fascinating perspectives, as suggested by Procter or others, or social simulations scientists. However, these studies are not based on historical and empirical, ethnographic data. With this project we want to analyze the effects of digital technologies on the existing conflicting and violent dynamic between police forces and the youth street mobilizations.
We want to go cknflictologia that the current state of the art and understand how the distance digital exchanges and the circulating information are able to engage individual and groups towards either pacification of violence. We therefore aim at studying conflictologiq role of digital media during a mobilization, and especially during confrontational conflict phases. Our analysis will comprise three complementary levels:.
Is there a better communication among police forces members with the use of digital communication means? Is there a better understanding of the social mobilizations? Which type of exploitable knowledge is produced and how does it circulate through hierarchies and in organizations? Some sort of auto-pacification, an emotional and non-violent solidarity? Towards the public opinion? To give a more favorable image to the social movement? This book results from the collaborative work of several authors, all of them specialists in different areas of human rights.
Among the subjects addressed in the book: The act of presentation of this book will be held next 15 December at Campus for Peace, Centre for Research and Studies in Conflict Resolution CREC and EdiUOC have published the ebook Conflictes de soberania Sovereignty Conflictswhere several experts analyse the right of peoples to decide by themselves on issues like food, security, culture, communications, energy or the economy. This collection of nine articles goes into the analysis of sovereignty conflicts, especially, into the Catalan case.
Sovereignty conflicts are at the heart of conflicts of all kinds, not of only political conflicts but also of conflicts among persons. The complexity of sovereignty conflicts and of general conflicts demands monographs like this, and requires the integration of experts from different areas, who are requested to participate in the goal of Conflictology: The concept of sovereignty is not limited to the sovereignty of independent states, but it has also much to do with the grabbing of natural resources, and with the respect to cultural, social and sexual identities of persons.
Sovereignty means respect for persons individually, and for the communities they shape, with their social, cultural or historical traits, or for the communities claiming their capacity for self-government.
From now vintamata, this book will be a part of our Conflict Resolution Studies, and serve to guide action on conflict resolution for professionals in this field, for those with a background in conflict resolution and for those actually working in the fields of political science and social sciences. This collection combines diverse approaches providing a transversal and cross-disciplinary value, conflictoloia in tune with current trends combining specialisation and a holistic vision, this being essential to understanding the phenomena affecting us in life, like conflictologiq.
Sovereignty conflicts are present in the current political affairs. One needs only to be informed. Unfortunately, the solutions are not part of the conflictloogia, and conflicts increase, multiply and worsen, making it more important than ever to understand conflicts of this nature and have different tools and a superior efficacy to intervene and restore peace.
Some may think that this is inherent to humanity and that we cannot do anything but piling weapons and patience to deal with these challenges. I think, in the same way that people cannot fly by ourselves and, despite this limitation, and using wit, we have got to do it, conflictolofia in vinyamats field of war and conflictokogia we can get positive results if we devote energy to understanding violence and conflict, which is the only way to find solutions and enjoy peace.
HRE are all activities trainings, workshops, personal experiences, lectures… whose objective is to develop competences to understand Human Rights and create societies that respect and foster Human Rights. One of the areas where HRE develops its full potential is in the field of peace culture. Our societies enjoy and ever-increasing diversity.
This is a great advantage and a constant source of learning; but at the same time, it can create conflict and misunderstandings. HRE contributes with tools that vinysmata citizens vinyamatz better understand diversity and reinforce mutual learning and coexistence between cultures, religions or ethnic groups.
One way to understand the work of HRE in favor of peace-building is through some initiatives of the Council of Europe vinyammata, one of the most active institutions in promoting HRE. This program encourages the role of youth in peace-building activities. The project consisted in several workshops for youth active in the field of Human Rights and who would later be able to translate the competences developed in communities affected by conflicts.
The residential workshops included issues like defending and promoting Human Rights in conflict zones, peace-building and conflict transformation activities, and developing tools to design actions to ensure social cohesion and manage conflicts in areas with high conflictoloogia population.
The main result of the program was the creation of a European network of youth peace ambassadors that have coordinated actions to promote and defend Human Rights. They have also developed their own tools and campaigns to foster peace-building. For instance, they are implementing vonyamata activities in Bosnia and Herzegovina, peace camps in Kosovo or activities to promote peace-culture through social networks. Many research studies show how work atmosphere influences on job performance.
So, we obtain better work results if we are happy and fulfilled in our workplace. We can define it as a location where a task is completed. When pertaining to a place employment, the work ambience involves the physical geographical location as well as the immediate workplace surroundings, such as vinyamats construction site or the office building.
Typically it involves other factors relating to the quality of the air, the noise level, additional perks and employment benefits like free child care or private health insurance. As well as reconciling work and family life facilities, tasks definition, communication channels, content control and working conditions, psychological demands, social support from colleagues and superiors in work performance, appropriate remuneration according to effort made, etc.
Conflcitologia in account that they are responsible of ensuring workers welfare, and they have conflictolgia provide suitable communication mechanisms to voice the employees concerns and worries. Contrary to what we might think, this kind of information is very powerful and difficult to get.
So, how can we do it? What kinds of mechanisms are available? This can be conflicgologia to any type of company and job and through questionnaires it identifies the psychosocial risks in companies and areas where work organization can be improved. Assessments are carried out by working groups, composed by safety representatives, managers and advised by safety experts. Depending on the company size, safety experts will be from the own company or vinyaamta private risk prevention services.
These working groups are responsible for the entire process but the only ones responsible for implementing corrective measures are the company managers.
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Even having a law that says that Spanish companies require psychosocial risk assessment, according to a study, of a total of Considering that increasing employee satisfaction reduces the organization costs conflictloogia considering the tools offered by the public administration, why are only a few companies doing the study? This makes me think of:. Do the managers know how to manage the obtained information in a proper conflictologla Specially if they anticipate some negative results to the survey, often they prefer not to ask because they know beforehand that the results can uncover a latent conflict that would be difficult to handle.
Why small enterprises do not carry out assessments? In order to answer these questions conflictologists only have one possible way, listen to managers and then using the tools of alternative dispute resolution try to help them finding their own solutions.
Conflicts and wars were ceased and death penalties were forbidden. Olympism and Olympic Movement revived inaiming to a peaceful future for mankind through the educational value of sport, promoting peace, friendship, solidarity and fair play. In the 66th session of the General Assembly unanimously supported a resolution on the London Olympics Nowadays, more and more national and international development organisations are aware of the power of sport as an efficient tool in their approaches in local, regional and global development and peace promotion programmes.
Sport has proven to be a powerful tool for uniting people, crossing boundaries, and developing tolerance, respect and social coflictologia.
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Despite this recognition, the systematic use of sport and physical education for development and peace is still in its early stages. Not enough research and peer-reviewed literature has vinyamaha published.
Sport programmes in conflict and post-conflict situations should be implemented as part of comprehensive peace-building strategies, it should be part of an approach which includes political, economic and socio-cultural context.
Sport has the benefit of being a universal language, understood almost by all humans. Sport brings people together no matter their origin, background, religious beliefs or economic status. Sport empowers people through very basic values such as equality, respect and fair play, among others. The Open University of Catalonia UOC is offering since Autumn a MA program in Sport for Social Coexistence and Conflict Resolution, with the objective to raise awareness of the potential of sport as a tool for educational intervention in the context of vinyamatz social cohesion and high socio-political conflict.
Among our academic staff we count with the collaboration of experts and professionals from different areas of knowledge and implementation. Thanks to our professors, students and conflictplogia we learn about the critical situation in places like Pakistan, Ecuador, Brazil or Syria, among others. They are testimonies and fighters; they have big hopes for a greater future in their societies.
And vibyamata meet at the UOC to exchange experiences and learn about opportunities. We need to bring better educational chances to children and young people, empower women in different cultures, integrate disabled people in society, offer peaceful conflidtologia in conflict situations, strengthen the global consciousness about environment and health issues. This is the goal of our research initiative, to join forces and improve the efficiency of sport as a tool for development and peace SDP.
With the support of the CREC at the UOC University, the research group in SDP will analyse, advance and disseminate evidence, best practices and lessons learned with the collaboration of other organisations, institutions and organisms at an international level. How we can detect the cost of a conflict? This time we wanted to answer the question, and conflictolofia to quantify the cost that generate confrontations or disputes.
Precisely ahead and make a plan of work which consists in the conflcitologia of conflict resolution ivnyamata the science that studies conflicts- and serve to promote a research field that asks what happens within organizations when there are conflicts in quantify their impact. What are the objectives of this binyamata group? In this regard, note three main objectives: For this reason, the group promoted singles and case studies in order to become the maximum possible useful.
In this case, noted that U. In this case, it aims to invest in training and events designed to bring the group.
At this time, this research group belonging to different professionals, experts in conflict management and interested interested in analyzing the confrontations or dispute impact order to build customized solutions, effective and optimal.