JiC News: Looking for Guest Bloggers; Help Choose JiC’s Logo

Dear friends,

Just a quick notice that JiC is looking for guest posters and guest bloggers. Plans are underway to introduce a few new writers who will hopefully become regular contributors. If you are interested in writing a single post or become a more regular contributor, send an e-mail to: mark.s.kersten[at]gmail[dot]com and please copy JiC’s editor, Elke Schwarz on the e-mail at: elkeschwarz[at]mac[dot]com

Your proposal should include a little bit about your background and details regarding your experience with issues concerning conflict resolution, international justice or related areas and at least one suggested topic you would like to write a post about. We look forward to reading your submissions!

On another note, I have designed a few possible logos for JiC (see photos, below). I would be grateful if you could share your feedback on them and which you think should be selected. You can vote on the logos below. Also, if you would like to follow JiC on Facebook, now you can (click here)!

JiC Logo 1

JiC Logo 2

JiC Logo 3

JiC Logo 4

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About Mark Kersten

Mark is a PhD student in International Relations at the London School of Economics. His work focuses on the nexus of international criminal justice and conflict resolution. Specifically, he is examining the effects of the ICC on peace processes and negotiations in northern Uganda and Libya.
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One Response to JiC News: Looking for Guest Bloggers; Help Choose JiC’s Logo

  1. Waa war lagu kalsonaan karo Ruuntii, Xaqiiqna ah, Daadaalka Halkaas ka wad walal, waan Soo Boqaan Doona shabakadada Walal

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