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INCORE Newsletter
Issue No: 1 - Mar/2013

  *   INCORE Hosts Marie Curie Fellows.  <http://www.incore.ulst.ac.uk/Newsletters/Newsletter-1-2013.html#25>
  *   New Masters in Applied Peace and Conflict Studies with Early Years  <http://www.incore.ulst.ac.uk/Newsletters/Newsletter-1-2013.html#26>
  *   INCORE Summer School  <http://www.incore.ulst.ac.uk/Newsletters/Newsletter-1-2013.html#27>
  *   INCORE iPhone App  <http://www.incore.ulst.ac.uk/Newsletters/Newsletter-1-2013.html#28>
  *   Sign up for Global Peace Forum  <http://www.incore.ulst.ac.uk/Newsletters/Newsletter-1-2013.html#30>
  *   15 Years On  <http://www.incore.ulst.ac.uk/Newsletters/Newsletter-1-2013.html#29>

Welcome to the first INCORE Newsletter of 2013!

INCORE Hosts Marie Curie Fellows
[INCORE Hosts Marie Curie Fellows.]
Since 2009 the University of Ulster has been a partner in a Marie Curie International Training Site for Sustainable Peacebuilding. This is composed of a dynamic network of 10 Universities and research institutions from 8 different European countries. The Training Site was made possible by a grant of over 2 million euros from the EU's FP7 People Programme and aims to provide high quality training and research on peace building, especially the promotion of good governance, inclusive development and comprehensive security. At present INCORE is hosting four Marie Curie Research Fellows.

Pictured standing left to right: Ariel Sanchez Meertens (the emergence, consolidation and transition of the TMVP in Sri Lanka) , Alexander Cardenas (sport and peacebuilding with special reference to Colombia), and seated: Laura Tejero Tabernero (human rights and transitional justice in Peru). Also, but not pictured: Cyprien Ntezimana (educational empowerment of sub-Saharan women immigrants in the Basque country).

Find out more<http://www.humanitariannet.deusto.es/SPBuild/Marie-Curie2.asp>
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New Masters: Peace and Conflict Studies with Early Years
[New Masters in Applied Peace and Conflict Studies with Early Years]
In September 2012 INCORE, as part of its redesign postgraduate provision in Peace and Conflict Studies, launched a new Postgraduate Diploma/MSc in Applied Peace and Conflict Studies with Early Years. This is offered in partnership with a Northern Ireland based organization for young children called Early Years. As a result of this partnership Early Years will offer 10 bursaries each for the first two years of the programme and one of the core modules for the course will be offered fully online by an international network of experts who are linked to Early Years from Northern Ireland, South Africa, Israel, Lebanon and Colombia. This initiative was made possible by a substantial grant to Early Years from the European Regional Development Fund under the PEACE III Programme. More details of both this programme and the Postgraduate Diploma/MSc in Applied Peace and Conflict Studies are available from the University's online prospectus

Find out more<http://study.ulster.ac.uk/prospectus/course/201314/10679>
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INCORE Summer School
[INCORE Summer School]
As mentioned in the previous newsletter the 14th INCORE Summer School will take place this year from 17-21 June. The School offers a unique opportunity to create links between theory, practice and policy. Special attention is given to how the experience and research of both practitioners and academics can impact upon policy makers within the field of conflict resolution, peacemaking, peacebuilding and reconciliation. Three courses are offered this year on Evaluation in Conflict Prone Societies, Culture and Peacebuilding, and Peacemaking an Peacebuilding in Northern Ireland.

Find out more<http://www.incore.ulst.ac.uk/courses/ss/>
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INCORE iPhone App now available
[INCORE iPhone App]
In a new development INCORE/CAIN has released a free iPhone App which provides users with information and photographs about the hundreds of memorials related to the "Troubles". INCORE commissioned local company EyeSpyFX, a University of Ulster spin out company, to carry out the development of the App. The App can also be used on the iPad. The information displayed comes from databases that are available on the CAIN Web site. If a user is in Northern Ireland the geo-locating facility of the App can be accessed to find nearby memorials. Users of the App can also send updated information about new or existing memorials to the CAIN site. Professor Brandon Hamber, Director of INCORE, said: "We are always looking at different ways to make the information on the CAIN Web site more accessible to a wider audience. The Memorials App is just the start."

Find out more<http://cain.ulster.ac.uk/cainapp/>
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Sign up for Global Peace Forum
[Sign up for Global Peace Forum]
The Rotary Club of Londonderry is partnering with the University of Ulster's INCORE to host the 2013 Rotary Global Peace Forum in Derry~Londonderry. The Forum aims to contribute to reconciliation, learning and assist those committed to peacemaking and peacebuilding throughout the world. The Forum will be held 24-26 May 2013. Registration is now open on the new conference website.

Find out more<http://www.peaceconference2013.com/>
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15 Years On
[15 Years On]
Through Professor Brandon Hamber, INCORE is part of a group called "15 Years On" created to reflect on the successes and failures of the Belfast/Good Friday agreement. During 2013 it will promote online discussions leading to a culminating event towards the end of the year. The discussions will also feed into a session at the forthcoming Rotary/INCORE Global Peace Forum in Derry in May.

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