P.E.A.C.E. Projects

P.E.A.C.E. Projects P.I.
Focus: Music For Peace
Proposal: Music for Peace: Harmonies and Dissonances
PI: Dr. Olivier Urbain (Belgium), Research Fellow, Toda Institute
Logistics
Co-Institutes: Asian University of Science & Technology (Thailand), Dag Hammarskjold Peace Centre UHM (Zambia), Nuclear Age Peace Foundation (USA), UO (Oslo); Soka University (Japan), Saint Marianne University (Japan)
Time Frame: 3 Years
Participants: Karen Abi-Ezzi (United Kingdom), Maria Luisa Antonaya (Thailand), June Boyce-Tillman (United Kingdom), Cynthia Cohen (USA), Yair Dalal (Israel), Johan Galtung (France), Anne-Marie Gray (South Africa), Velgar Jordanger (Norway), George Kent (USA), Felicity Laurence (United Kingdom), Maria Elena Lopez Vinader (Argentina), Rik Palieri (USA), Kjell Skyllstad (Norway), Baruch Whitehead (USA)
Output: Music for Conflict Transformation: Harmonies and Dissonances in Geopolitics, published by IB Tauris in collaboration with the Toda Institute in 2008.

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P.E.A.C.E. Projects P.I.
Focus: Peace Journalism
Proposal: Production of a Higher Education Course Prototype on Peace Journalism
PI: Professor Dov Shinar (Israel), Dean, School of Media Studies, Academic Studies, College of Management
Logistics
Co-Institutes: unconfirmed
Time Frame: 2-3 years
Participants: Robert Hackett (Canada), Samuel Peleg (Israel), Lea Mandelzis (Israel),  Wilhelm Kempf (Germany), Jake Lynch (Australia), Annabel McGoldrick (United Kingdom), Rune Ottosen (Norway), Beverly Keever (USA), Susan Dente Ross (USA)
Output: Conflict & Communication Online vol. 5(2) & vol. 6(1) -- www.cco.regener-online.de. Peace Journalism: the State of the Art to be published by Regener in 2007. To download Beverly Keever’s Webcast for Peace Journalism: Violence in the Media visit “Links”

P.E.A.C.E. Projects P.I.
Focus: Political Islam in the Southeast Asia
Proposal: Islam and Democracy in Southeast Asia
PI: Professor Johan Saravanamuttu (Malaysia), School of Social Sciences, Universiti Sains Malaysia
Logistics
Co-Institutes: None
Time Frame:  
Participants: Judith Nagata (Canada), Chaiwat Satha-Anand (Thailand), Carmen Abubakar (Philippines), Hussin Mutalib (Singapore), Maznah Mohamad (Malaysia), Syed Farid Alatas (Singapore), Jacques Bertrand (Canada)
Output: Islam and Authoritarian Democracy in Southeast Asia proposed to Routledge (in progress)

P.E.A.C.E. Projects P.I.
Focus: Digital Divide, ICTs - Youth Leaders
Proposal: Digital Divide
PI: Dmitry Epstein (Israel)
Logistics
Co-Institutes: None
Time Frame: 1 Year
Participants: The Human Network - Vipavinee Artpradid (Thailand), Cynthia Chang (Singapore), Oluwagbenga Olabisi Sesan (Nigeria), Blagica Stojkoska (R. Macedonia), Leonardo Cembranelli de Aquino (Brazil), Ashim Karmacharya (Nepal) Ayesha Rauf (Pakistan), Oula Ingerö (Sweden), Lisa M. Thurston (Australia), Farah Mahmood (Pakistan)
Output: Book (collection of essays), study-analysis & summary

P.E.A.C.E. Projects P.I.
Focus: Democracy - South Caucasus Region
Proposal: Democratization, Globalization and Changing Regional & Global Order: National Implications of Democracy Theory & Practice in the South Caucasus
PI: Aghavni Karakhanian (Armenia), Director, Institute for Civil Society & Regional Development (ICSRD)
Logistics
Co-Institutes: unconfirmed
Time Frame: October 2003 - 2004
Participants: Marina Muskhelishvili (Georgia), Anne Aldis (United Kingdom), Gia Zhorzholiani (Georgia), Rajab Sattarov (Azerbaijan), Mkrtich Zardarian (Armenia), Tair Faradov (Azerbaijan)
Output: Book manuscript first draft in progress