9781565492899

Building Peace: Practical Reflections from the Field

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    9781565492899

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    1565492897

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2009-06-15
  • Publisher: Lynne Rienner
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Summary

Even though international peacebuilding has rapidly expanded in the last two decades to respond to more multi-faceted and complex conflicts, the field has lagged behind in documenting the impact and success of projects. To help address this gap, the Alliance for Peacebuilding, one of the leading networks in the field, has brought together 13 stories of innovative peacebuilding practices from around the world in Peacebuilding. While the projects covered are diverse in nature, together they demonstrate the significant impact of peacebuilding work. Contributors created new institutions to prevent and manage conflicts at the local or national levels, helped restore relationships in conflict-affected communities, and empowered citizens to work for positive change in their societies across ethnic, religious, and political divides. It's clear that there is no quick fix for violence but this volume will go a long way in providing inspiration and practical tools for policymakers, academics and practitioners who seek to make significant and valuable contributions towards achieving peace.

Table of Contents

1) Introduction: Peacebuilding: Creating Structure and Capacity for Peace Craig Zelizer and Robert A. Rubinstein; 2) Taming the Beast: Interethnic Conflict and Accord in Post - Communist Europe - Allen H. Kassof; 3) The Institution as Innovator: Laying the Foundation for Peaceful Change - Beth Glick and Laina Reynolds Levy; 4) An 85 Percent Settlement Rate and a 91 Percent Compliance Rate: But what Happened to the Rest and Why? - William F. Lincoln, Alexander Karpenko, Lena Ivanova, Olga Allahverdova, Polly Davis, Dawn Hooper with Seth Kane and Terra D. M. Evans; 5) Designing Dispute Resolution Systems for Settling Land and Property Disputes in Post-Conflict and Post-Crisis Societies - Christopher Moore and Gary Brown; 6) Recasting Reconciliation through Culture and the Arts: Strengthening Peace-building Capacity through The Brandeis International Fellowship Program - Cynthia Cohen; 7) Partners in Peacebuilding in Lesotho - John Davies, Wubalem Fekade, 'Mamphekeleli Hoohlo, Edy Kaufman, and Mamochaki Shale; 8) Combining Empathy with Problem Solving: The Tamra Model of Facilitation in Israel - Eileen F. Babbitt and Pamela Pomerance Steiner with Jabir Asaqla, Chassia Chomsky-Porat and Shirli Kirschner; 9) Health Bridges for Peace: The Medical Network for Social Reconstruction in the Former Yugoslavia - Paula Gutlove; 10) Gender Mainstreaming in Peacebuilding: A Case Study of Grupo EKOLELO in Angola - Heather Kulp; 11) Management of Multi-cultural Communities in Crimea - Karina Korostelina; 12) Building Peace in Thin Air: The Case of Search for Common Ground's Talking Drum Studio in Sierra Leone - Marco Konings & Ambrose James; 13) The Dynamism of Shared Success in Abkhaz: Georgian Peacebuilding - Paula Garb and Susan Allen Nan; 14) Promoting Ethnic Tolerance and Cultural Inclusion in Macedonia: The Tetovo Educators Project - Paula Green and Olivia Stokes Dreier

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