HCI for Peace
Preventing, De-Escalating and
Recovering from Conflict

CHI 2012 Workshop, May 5 or 6, 2012, Austin, Texas

Summary from organizers

Juan Pablo Hourcade, University of Iowa, USA
Natasha E. Bullock-Rest, Brown University, USA
Janet Davis, Grinnell College, USA
Lahiru Jayatilaka, Stanford University, USA
Neema Moraveji, Stanford University, USA
Lisa Nathan, University of British Columbia, Canada
Panayiotis Zaphiris, Cyprus University of Technology, Cyprus
HCI for Peace: Preventing, De-Escalating and Recovering from Conflict

Accepted Papers

Janak Bhimani, Keio University, Japan
Growing Documentary: A Scalable Collaborative Storytelling Platform

Ronit Kampf, Tel Aviv University, Israel
Esra Cuhadar Gurkanyak, Bilkent University, Turkey
Nathan Stolero, Tel Aviv University, Israel
Learning about the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict through a Simulation: The Case of PeaceMaker

Evangelos Kapros, Trinity College, University of Dublin, Ireland
HCI for Peace: Visualizing Poverty, Unemployment, and Immigration

Trond Nilsen, Daisy Yoo, Batya Friedman, University of Washington, USA
Public Curation of a Historic Collection: A Means for Speaking Safely in Public

Oliviero Stock, Massimo Zancanaro, FBK-irst, Italy
Chaya Koren, Zvi Eisikovitz, Patrice L. (Tamar) Weiss, University of Haifa, Israel
A Reflection on Using Technology for Reconciliation through Co-Narration

John C. Thomas, IBM Research, USA
Understanding and Harnessing Conflict

Additional Participants

Kelsey Huebner, University of Iowa, USA

Daniela Busse, Samsung Research, USA