Andrew Campbell Bellevue Ne: Associations

 Andrew Campbell Bellevue Ne is a senior military analyst and researcher for the United States Department of Defense. He’s based in Bellevue, NE, and maintains an excellent reputation as a leader, speaker and author worldwide.

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 Andrew Campbell Bellevue Ne is an active member of the International Leadership Association, the World Society of Victimology and the European Consortium of Political Research. He is also a Golden Key International Laureate Scholar through The International Scholar Laureate Program.

Andrew Campbell of Bellevue, NE: The Hague

Dr. Andrew Campbell of Bellevue, NE, is a Department of Defense Senior Military Analyst who serves as the principal action officer-level point of contact for political, economic, military and legal planning issues. He is a well-published author with works appearing in international business, leadership and transitional justice journals.

Dr. Campbell also conducts international leadership seminars on a regular basis. For example, in 2016, he presented a five-day Leadership and Negotiation Seminar in The Hague, Netherlands.

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Andrew Campbell Bellevue NE: Forgiveness and Reconciliation

Andrew Campbell Bellevue NE has spent more than twenty-five years in the Department of Defense, where as a Strategic Integration and Policy Planner he is a terrorism for Europe and Africa.

Andrew Campbell Bellevue NE received a Doctorate of Global Leadership from the Indiana Institute of Technology in May of 2016, and also holds a Master of Diplomacy in International Conflict Management and Terrorism from Norwich University.

He has written extensively about transitional justice, which refers to strategies and measures used by different countries to rectify the effects of human rights abuses. “Within any organizational context,” he wrote in Leadership Education within Transitional Justice Instruments, “forgiveness should be not only an important concern for transitional justice organizational leaders dealing with victims of mass atrocities…but also a relational individual leadership competency and characteristic for any organizational leader.”

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Some scholar-practitioners, he continued, consider forgiveness and reconciliation “as a component of emotional and relational intelligence is an influential leadership competency for improved workplace productivity, impacts organizational interpersonal and interpersonal relationships, and determines societal healing.” Forgiveness and reconciliation is a way for people to repair damaged relationships, and overcome the issues that had previously divided them.

The paper in which Andrew Campbell of Bellevue, NE wrote of these issues was included in a chapter of the Handbook of Research on Promoting Global Peace and Civic Engagement Through Education, published in May of 2016.

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In October of that year he presented a paper called “Leadership Competence of Forgiveness and Reconciliation Within Restorative Justice Practices,” at the conference of the International Institute of Restorative Practices, held in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.

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Andrew Campbell Bellevue NE: An Evolving Field

Andrew Campbell Bellevue NE is a Strategic Integration and Policy Planner with the U.S. Department of Defense. Andrew Campbell Bellevue NE has more than twenty-five years of experience in the DOD as a terrorism expert.

His many scholarly articles have been published in peer-reviewed journals. Andrew Campbell Bellevue NE also contributed a chapter to the Handbook of Research on Promoting Global Peace and Civic Engagement through Education. His chapter, “Leadership Education within Transitional Justice Instruments,” describes transitional justice as an evolving field of study, but one that is a critical and overlooked aspect of finding justice in nations recovering from civil war, and human rights abuses.

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Many nations in the world today are struggling with instability, failed governments, and conflicts with other nations. A more enlightened leadership is required to mitigate and resolve these conflicts. Those who administer transitional justice “must be able to conduct operations in a complex environment that includes a mixture of military, cultural, ideological, economic, and governance dynamics,” he writes.

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In today’s post conflict environment, he concludes, “global leadership competence are the key driver in executing transitional justice and peace-building operations, actions, and activities … Given the nature of transitional justice development and peace-building activities, developing a comprehensive leadership program with the foundational and tiered competences and skills set is necessary toward shaping the organizational environment of today’s global peace structural design process.”

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Andrew Campbell Bellevue NE holds a Doctorate of Global Leadership, and a Master of Diplomacy in International Conflict Management and Terrorism.

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Andrew Campbell Bellevue NE: Judicial Leadership

Andrew Campbell of Bellevue, NE, is a Strategic Integration and Policy Planner with the U.S. Defense Department. A native of Kansas, he received his undergraduate degree in Vocational Rehabilitation from Emporia State University. In 2009 he received a Master of Diplomacy in International Conflict Management from Norwich University in Vermont, and in early 2016 completed work on a Doctorate of Global Leadership from the Indiana Institute of Technology.

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His doctoral dissertation was called “Judicial Leadership: A Critical Analysis of Leadership within the International Criminal Court.” The International Criminal Court is in The Hague in the Netherlands. It investigates and tries people charged with such crimes as genocide, war crimes, and crimes against humanity. It has its origins in the years immediately after World War Two, as the International community tried to come to terms with the enormity of the Holocaust.

The Nazi war crimes of the war led to the Nuremberg Trials, but in 2012 Harold Hongju Koh, a legal advisor to the U.S. State Department, said it’s remarkable that the trials even took place. At the Tehran Conference in 1943, he said, Josef Stalin suggested the summary execution of at least 50,000 Germans, while at the Yalta Conference just over a year later, Winston Churchill recommended much the same thing. But three American cabinet members urged restraint, counseling President Roosevelt that “the just and effective solution lies in the use of the judicial method.”

Andrew Campbell Bellevue NE specializes in these issues, and in the concept of Transitional Justice. He recently spoke at the twenty-first annual conference of the International Institute of Restorative Practices in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.

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Andrew Campbell Bellevue NE: Human Rights

Andrew Campbell Bellevue NE has many years of experience in the Department of Defense as a terrorism expert for Europe and Africa. Andrew Campbell Bellevue NE specializes in restoring societal institutions in states that are rebuilding after conflicts like civil wars and repressive governments.

Andrew Campbell Bellevue NE has a Master of Diplomacy in International Conflict Management and Terrorism from Norwich University and in May of 2016 received his Doctorate of Global Leadership from the Indiana Institute of Technology. A prolific writer, his work has appeared in many peer-reviewed journals.

Among his concerns are human rights, which have been defined as the basic rights and freedoms that everyone is entitled to. Human rights were identified by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and adopted by the United Nations General Assembly in late 1948. The UDHR defines the civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights of people throughout the world, no matter their nationality, sex, race, religion, language, or any other status. It is the foundation for the system of protecting human rights worldwide.

Andrew Campbell Bellevue NE is a sought-after speaker who in October of 2016 addressed the twenty-first annual International Institute of Restorative Practices in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. The subject of his address was “Leadership Competence of Forgiveness and Reconciliation within Restorative Justice Practices.” Earlier that year he presented at a Leadership and Negotiation seminar at the International Criminal Court in The Hague, The Netherlands.

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Andrew Campbell Bellevue Ne: Transitional Justice

Andrew Campbell Bellevue Ne is a Strategic Integration and Policy Planner with the Strategic Air Command, who makes his home in Bellevue, NE. Andrew Campbell holds a Doctorate in Global Leadership from the Indiana Institute of Technology.

On October 26, 2016, he presented a paper at the twenty-first annual International Institute of Restorative Practices in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. His subject was forgiveness and reconciliation as a critical competence, for both transitional justice instruments practitioners and organizational leaders.

“Transitional Justice” refers to a set of measures that have been used to different countries, in the aftermath of human rights abuses. These include criminal prosecutions, reparations programs, truth commissions, and other kinds of institutional reforms. The point of transitional justice is to achieve some kind of justice after a time of conflict, such as a civil war or state repression. Focus is often on achieving accountability and redressing those victimized during the time of conflict. Ideally, transitional justice recognizes the rights of victims, helps to promote civic trust, and ultimately strengthens a state’s democracy.

Andrew Campbell Bellevue Ne has more than twenty-five years of experience with the United States Department of Defense. He specializes in terrorism in Europe and Africa. A prolific writer, he has published many papers in peer-reviewed journals, and recently contributed a chapter on “Leadership Education within Transitional Justice Instruments” in a book called Promoting Global Peace and Civic Engagement Through Education.

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Andrew Campbell of Bellevue, NE – Governmental Responsibilities for Upholding Human Rights

Andrew Campbell Bellevue NE, Department of Defense Military Analyst and Strategic Integration and Policy Planner, is an international speaker and author who has often spoken on human rights, victim rights and related subjects. His presentations, workshops and publication topics have included subjects such as “Victim’s Rights in South Africa,” “Forgiveness and Reconciliation as an Organizational Leadership Competence” and “Forgiveness as a Political Tool.”

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Though basic human rights are known by many, the injustice surrounding individuals on a daily basis can cause confusion on how they are meant to be upheld. Experts like Dr. Campbell can shed light on the topic through their writings, studies and presentations. The basics can be understood by researching the points touched on below:

Everyone is Responsible for Respecting Human Rights – The UDHR (Universal Declaration of Human Rights) states that all individuals and societal organs have a responsibility to uphold human rights. This includes all government organizations, businesses and people.

Governmental Duty to Respect, Protect and Fulfill – Governments are expected to respect, protect and fulfill human rights as outlined in the UDHR. This means that they cannot take away or interfere with their peoples’ rights, they must prevent other parties from violating human rights and that they must take necessary actions to facilitate human rights.

If you would like to further explore the enforcement and governmental support of human rights, consider an education and career in Global Leadership or International Conflict Management. These are the two fields of study that led Andrew Campbell to his Department of Defense position in Bellevue, NE, and they could similarly focus your professional path. Dr. Campbell is among the scheduled speakers at the World Conference International Institute for Restorative Practices in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania in October 2016.

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