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We have developed a new method that may prevent all future wars.
We have developed a new method that may prevent all future wars.

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I will be visiting all my teachers to learn more about peace. 
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My sincere and heart-felt appreciation for Tony Mak and Floyd Sully for sharing your walk of 'faith' and hope for 'peace.' Thank you everyone for your generous support and contributions to our Globe in Peace project (www.globeinpeace.org). We will make sure that all of your faith and hope will be alive in our next campaign and throughout our project. It is my turn to carry the baton of 'peace' to Rwanda. Please 'join' me. https://www.facebook.com/events/744745822313971/
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Of course, the iconic movie depicting the 1994 Rwandan Genocide, Hotel Rwanda. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hotel_Rwanda
If you haven't watch this piece, we recommend.
Horror of mass killings, betrayal to human species, moral injury, deep trauma, humanity crisis, value confrontation, despair, stories of hope and resilience, beauty of altruism, and courage. 1994 Genocide revealed extraordinary elements of us, human beings. It continues to inspire film industry to produce many other movies, documentaries, and short films on 1994 Genocide.
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http://genocidearchiverwanda.org.rw/…/Welcome_to_Genocide_A…
This is one of the most comprehensive website archive of the 1994 Genocide. On this site you will find videos relating to the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi enriched with synchronized transcripts, searchable index terms, and maps. Videos include testimonies of Genocide survivors and perpetrators, Gacaca Justice System court proceedings, and remembrance ceremonies.
Digitized photos, publications, archival documents, and audio recordings relevant to the Rwandan Genocide are also available on this site.
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Hello Everyone. We hope you enjoyed getting to know more about Rwanda. Both the land and its people are so beautiful that it was very hard for me to imagine such a 'moral' betrayal to human being, the 1994 Genocide, has happened. But it did and people share the history. Without the stories of the Genocide against Tutsi, our project was not born possible. I will be introducing the stories from today. To start. When I first landed in Kigali in 2009, this is the page I looked as a general introduction. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rwandan_Genocide
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What is Globe In Peace about? Please watch our video.
If you like the work that we are doing, please share with your friends.

#worldpeace #reconcilation #Rwanda #GIP
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Getting to know Rwanda 2: History of Rwanda
#Rwanda #genocide #peace #GIP
http://ow.ly/OpsXr
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UBC Postdoctoral Association presents Postdoc Talks.  ‘Postdoc Talks’ is a public forum that will allow you to learn more about what postdocs do …  in an engaging, informal and fun atmosphere.

This inaugural event will be held on Wednesday, July 8 at 7:30pm at The Railway Club, 579 Dunsmuir Street, Vancouver BC.  Two presenters will be giving a short (15 min) presentation on their research.

Dr. Masahiro Minami - Giving peace a chance …

Masahiro’s  research applies group dynamics theories to effective mediation, inter-group conflict resolution, and community psychosocial reconciliation in post-war contexts. 

After the Genocide against Tutsis occurred in Rwanda, the Rwandan government released perpetrators back into the communities. In this talk, Masahiro will discuss his research to nurture reconciliation through action, and discuss the experience of the survivors and perpetrators. 
UBC PDA link to Masahiro’s Extended Abstract and Bio  bit.ly/masa-minami 

Follow Masahiro’s project on the Globe In Peace website  http://globeinpeace.org/

Dr. Justin Hart on Robot Self-Modeling and Self-Other Reasoning

Justin’s  research involves artificial intelligence, computer vision, and human-robot interaction in which reasoning about the robot's "self" plays an important role. 

In this talk, Justin will discuss how his research will enable robots to perform self-other social reasoning that will ultimately help robots to work in roles where they can act as collaborators to human operators.
UBC PDA link to Dr. Hart’s Extended Abstract and Bio bit.ly/justinhart  

These two presenters were selected through the 3 Min Slam held in June 2015. 

See the videos  in the UBC PDA  2015 3 Minute Postdoc Slam review.  http://blogs.ubc.ca/ubcpda/2015/06/3mps-2015-presentations-and-results/
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Dr. Minami's Field Travelogue
Chapter 6: Scars That Must Not Heal

#Rwanda #genocide #peace #GIP
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The nickname of Rwanda is the "land of a thousand hills," a direct translation from the French "Pays des Mille Collines." It sure is beautiful everywhere, but our favourite is the Northern province. There are high-altitude hills everywhere. Simply breath-taking views.

#Rwanda #genocide #peace #GIP
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