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Peter Friedrich Alfons Kneitz

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16. Nov 2017

How much is “too” much?

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7,123 Billion Arariy are scheduled for the CFM In a recently published prevision of the 2018 budget, the Ministry of Finances of the Republic of Madagascar has scheduled the amount of 7,123 Billion Arairy (about 2 Million Euro) for 2018. The daily “Express” judged that amount in an article published today, 15 November 2017, as […]

15. Nov 2017

The CFM heads towards recognition

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The CFM becomes inserted into national and international agendas The timetable of the new elected CFM is charged. On last Friday, 9th November, the permanent office of the “Council of Fampihavanana Malagasy” (CFM) met for the first time the members of the “Episcopal Conference of Madagascar” (CEM), to explain and to elucidate the position and […]

11. Nov 2017

What would Mr. Zafy say?

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The important task of creating confidence How to create a public institution which does not only work effectively but gains confidence of the population? Such seems to be the background of a recently addressed critic by Mr. Serge Zafimahova on the reformed CFM (Council of Fampihavanana Malagasy, see article below). In fact, such question is […]

5. Nov 2017

The CFM is taking up work

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The institutionalization of Malagasy solidarity continuous into a second mandate The visit of Hery Rajaonarimampianina, President of the Republic of Madagascar, at the recently implemented permanent office of the „Council of Malagasy Fampihavanana“ (Counseil du Fampihavanana Malgasy, CFM), on 30 October 2017, might be interpreted as a final starting signal for the second mandate of […]

4. Nov 2017

„Injustices in the land of solidarity“ – lecture at a Berlin conference

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Participation at the conference of the German Anthropological Association in Berlin The bi-annual conference of the German Anthroplogical Association was a welcome occasion to present some fresh first results of the ongoing DySoMa research project. The conference was organized at the Free University (Freie Universität) at Berlin, between 4 and 7 October on the subject […]

1. Nov 2017

Workshop „Between conflict and solidarity on Madagascar“

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Intensive discussions on issues of conflict and solidarity A first workshop as part of the DySoMa project was organized at the University of Antananarivo, Department of History, on 28 September 2017, at the Campus Numérique Francophone, by Professor Gabriel RANTOANDRO, supervisor of the DySoMa project, and Peter KNEITZ. Under the general title „Between conflicts and […]

27. Okt 2017

Presentation of DySoMa at University Antananarivo

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The interest was enormous, confirming that the noition of „fihavanana“ – solidarity – triggers much attention! On Wednesday, 20 September 2017, between 2 and 6 p.m. we could present the project DySoMa at the arts faculty (Faculté des Lettres et Sciences Humaines) of the University of Antananarivo. The first part was dedicated to a general […]

18. Jun 2016

The Dynamics of Solidarity on Madagascar (Project DySoMa)

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The Dynamics of Solidarity on Madagascar. An Ethnography of Political Conflict and Appeasement Strategies in the Context of a Pronounced Consens Norm The anthropological research project aims at a better understanding of the pacification process of the ongoing Malagasy political crisis. A dispute regarding the Malagasy presidency, the most powerful political position on the island, […]

18. Jun 2016

Dynamiken der Solidarität auf Madagaskar

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Die erfolgreiche Lösung der jüngsten politischen Krise auf der Insel Madagaskar in den Jahren 2009-14 bestätigt erneut einen bemerkenswerten Befund: Die vorkoloniale Alltäglichkeit von Krieg ist hier im Laufe des 20. Jahrhunderts durch die Präferenz konsensualer Konfliktlösungsstrategien ersetzt worden. Wie ist diese außergewöhnliche Wende, die sich weitgehend autonom und beiläufig vollzogen hat, auf der mit […]


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