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  • This paper, written by a former State Secretary for Human and Minority Rights of Serbia, is a reflection on the events, actors, and conflicts with regard to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) rights in Serbia from 2008 to 2010. The first part of the paper describes these events, actors, and conflicts. The second part evaluates them through four major conflict transformation dimensions: personal, relational, structural, and cultural. The paper ends with the conclusion of lessons learned.

  • This article describes a reconciliation workshop that took place in Germany, involving German Holocaust survivors and their descendants, perpetrators' descendants, and others who are still affected by the history of World War II. The workshop helped the participants to reach a better understanding of their shared humanity, and to become reconciled with each other and with themselves.

  • Taras Mazyar's recounting of the history-making events that took place in Ukraine during late 2004.

  • In addition to the tensions between Greeks and Turks on Cyprus, Ulas also explains that there is significant tension between Turks and Turkish Cypriots. In this piece, Ulas suggests that Turks are slowly destroying the Turkish Cypriot culture in an act that he suggests could be considered "cultural genocide".


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