Across the Lines of Conflict: Facilitating Cooperation to by Michael Lund,Steve McDonald

By Michael Lund,Steve McDonald

Through a comparative research of six case experiences, this quantity illustrates key conflict-resolution concepts for peacebuilding. open air events the way to facilitate cooperation via enticing neighborhood leaders in extensive, interactive workshops. those opposing leaders stay in small, ethnically divided nations, together with Burundi, Cyprus, Estonia, Guyana, Sri Lanka, and Tajikistan, that experience skilled communal conflicts in recent times. In Estonia and Guyana, peacebuilding tasks sought to thrust back violence. In Burundi and Sri Lanka, tasks fascinated by finishing ongoing hostilities, and in Cyprus and Tajikistan, those efforts introduced peace to the rustic after its violence had ended.

The participants stick with a scientific evaluation framework, together with a typical set of questions for interviewing contributors to organize similar effects from a suite of numerous circumstances. Their findings weigh the successes and screw ups of this actual method of clash answer and draw conclusions in regards to the stipulations less than which such interactive ways paintings, in addition to examine the viewers and the methodologies used.

This paintings beneficial properties learn performed along with the operating crew on fighting and Rebuilding Failed States, convened by way of the Wilson Center’s venture on management and development nation Capacity.

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