“We have heard much about Albert Einstein’s brilliant, ground-breaking, and at times audacious contributions to physics; and we have heard how these contributions continue to guide, challenge, tease and perplex today’s physicists,” says UPEACE Rector Julia Marton-Lefèvre. But what would Einstein think about the modern-day issues of sustainable development and
This is the first publication of a series. The Monitor, in the coming issues, will be publishing personal accounts from areas of conflicts.
The letter below is from a mother of a soldier to the Office of Public Affairs, a department in the Israeli government responsible for facets of military
Where are the men? What about women? Author: Simic Olivera Originally Published at Peace and Conflict Monitor on 08/18/2005 Read full article Reconciliation is a long-term process which includes the search for truth, justice, healing and forgiveness. Although it is a broad and inclusive process and should apply to each
Risk Factors and Symptoms: Recognizing PTSD Author: Julia Merrill Originally Published at Peace and Conflict Monitor on: 10/04/2016 If you or a loved one is in the military, you have likely heard of PTSD (Post-traumatic Stress Disorder). Dramatic depictions of the disorder are often seen on TV, spreading at