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Collective Memory on the Greek Civil War

Course: Memory and its role in conflict and conflict transformationLecturer: Orli Fridman Collective Memory of the Greek Civil War: The Case of the Refugee Children Course participant: Irena Avirovic, Skopje, Macedonia As a...

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Which Way to Peace?

Dubravka Kalac Zadar, Croatia >Sometimes, when I walk the streets of my city, late in the evening, when there's only silence present, pictures of  not so distant past strike me, and I...

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Ubleha za idiote

Civil Society

It is not just the opposite of military society, although that is what many think. However, it is neither politics, nor social narrative, nor the economy and it is not only urban; what is it – nobody knows, but it sounds good; also, one of the HLRW (Higher-level registry word) (See).


Target Group

A virtual collective being that vectorially emanates from a beneficiary (See), democracy (See) and human rights (See). It resembles a dinosaur, only it is much bigger and many claim they often meet it in the real world. An unavoidable element in the report (See).



Stems from CS which is an acronym in BCS language for Civil Society. The CSologist knows everything about civil society (CS) that a citizen must not even think of knowing. The CSologist has been in civil society for years now, and s/he has acquired priceless experience which, earlier, in the totalitarian regime (See) could neither be discussed nor studied. Every word s/he utters is worth committing to memory.



In translation to BCS (See): a brain storm, although, as a rule, it is not translated so that it would not be deprived of importance and the aura of mysticism. The ubleha-spreading (See) technique that gives everyone an opportunity to express their own stupidity and experience the acknowledgment of being recognized as equal on the flipchart (See).