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Challenges of schooling in ethnically divided communities.

A/Professor Dinka C Corkalo Biruski

Professor Dinka Corkalo Birusk Of the University of Zagreb, features her findings and recommendations in relation to the presenting challenges of schooling in ethnically divided postconflict communities. ‘The experiences of post-conflict societies show that the process of trust building and normalization of social life is slower and more demanding than the material renewal’ says Professor Biruski. She maintains that ‘this process is especially difficult in divided communities where ethnicity plays a key role in shaping community social dynamics’. As a result of the recent war, the city of Vukovar (Croatia) turned into the ethnically divided community where even schools became divided along the ethnic lines. By being divided in the schools and not encouraged to communicate outside the school,children are prevented from having contacts, which is basic condition for normalization of inter-group relations.

Strengths based management of social change with special focus on transition countries.
Recorded: Sarajevo 16-18 September 2011
Brisbane Institute of Strengths Based Practice

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A/Professor Dinka C Corkalo Biruski

Dinka Corkalo Biruski, Ph.D, Works in the Society for Psychological Assistance and is Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Zagreb in Croatia

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