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Building solidarity through comparative lived experiences of post-conflict: Reflections on two days of dialogue

Belluigi, D; Parkinson, T; (2020) Building solidarity through comparative lived experiences of post-conflict: Reflections on two days of dialogue. Education and Conflict Review , 3 pp. 16-23. Green open access

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Abstract

Occasions for in-depth dialogue among academics in times of conflict are rare. Drawing upon such a dialogue between Syrian academics and international counterparts from contexts undergoing conflict or grappling with post-conflict legacies, we identity seven dominant themes that emerged from these discussions and reflect on participants’ strategic insights and mutual support, in addition to highlighting the consciousness that was raised around the agency, limitations, complicity and intergenerational legacies borne by academics and the academy in crisis contexts.

Type: Article
Title: Building solidarity through comparative lived experiences of post-conflict: Reflections on two days of dialogue
Open access status: An open access version is available from UCL Discovery
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Language: English
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Keywords: Syrian academics, Conflict, Exile, Academic collaboration
URI: https://discovery.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/10109100
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