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Browsing Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter School for Peace and Conflict Resolution by Title

Browsing Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter School for Peace and Conflict Resolution by Title

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  • Mitchell, Christopher (School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, 1995-12)
    “The field of conflict resolution has reached a point in its evolution where hunches and intuitive guesses are being transformed into testable theoretical propositions. Nowhere is this more important than in the debate ...
  • Church, Cheyanne; Rogers M., Mark (Search for Common Ground, 2006)
    This manual, produced by Search for Common Ground in partnership with the United States Institute of Peace and the Alliance for Peacebuilding, focuses on the challenges faced by conflict transformation practitioners in ...
  • Gisselquist, Rachel M. (Routledge, 2018)
    Development assistance to fragile states and conflict-affected areas can be a core component of peacebuilding, providing support for the restoration of government functions, delivery of basic services, the rule of law, and ...
  • Boulding, Elise; Boulding, Kenneth E. (School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, 1990-03)
    If conflict is a basic fact of human existence, then the key to peace must be the management of conflict, not its abolition. An important concept for me is the conflict management continuum; one end represents destruction ...
  • Unknown author (CDA Collaborative Learning Projects, 2004-04)
    "Although it is clear that, by itself, assistance neither causes nor can end conflict, it can be a significant factor in conflict contexts. Assistance can have important effects on intergroup relations and on the course ...
  • Unknown author (World Bank, 2006-02)
    Significant transformations in the socio-political and economic landscape of Sri Lanka in recent years encouraged five development partners-World Bank, Asia Foundation, and the governments of the United Kingdom, Netherlands ...
  • UNDP Democratic Governance Group (United Nations Development Programme, 2009-08)
    This guide is designed as a knowledge product for practitioners in the field of governance and electoral assistance. It identifies strategic approaches and forms of programming that can help to anticipate and prevent the ...
  • Gobodo-Madikizela, Pumla (School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, 2002-02)
    “In this paper, Gobodo-Madikizela focuses on the very micro process of reconciliation and the issue of apology and forgiveness. She asks, ‘How can we understand forgiveness in the context of tragedy?’ She argues that ...
  • Short, Elliot (2021)
    An agreement negotiated by the belligerents ended the conflict in Angola.
  • Short, Elliot (2020)
    The Government of the USA successfully mediated a series of peace agreements which ended the multifaceted armed conflict in Bosnia and Herzegovina during the collapse of Yugoslavia in the 1990s.
  • Short, Elliot (2020)
    The armed conflict in Colombia was finally ended after 52 years by the signing of a peace agreement during negotiations mediated by a host of national governments and intergovernmental organisations.
  • Short, Elliot (2020)
    After 12 years of devastating civil war, the armed conflict in El Salvador was finally ended after negotiations mediated by the UN culminated with the signing of the Chapultepec Peace Accords in 1992.
  • Short, Elliot (2020)
    Negotiations mediated by the UN resulted in the signing of the Accord for a Firm and Lasting Peace in 1996, ending the armed conflict in Guatemala after 36 years.
  • Short, Elliot (2022)
    Negotiations mediated by the Crisis Management Initiative resulted in the Helsinki Agreement, which brought an end to the armed conflict in the Indonesian province of Aceh
  • Short, Elliot (2020)
    Negotiations hosted by the Community of Sant’Egidio in Rome concluded with the signing of the General Peace Agreement, which ended the armed conflict in Mozambique after three decades of near-continuous war.
  • Short, Elliot (2020)
    The armed conflict in Bougainville was ended after a decade of fighting by the deployment of a series of regionally led peacekeeping missions and negotiations.
  • Short, Elliot (2020)
    A series of multilateral peacekeeping and monitoring missions and the mediation efforts of the UN and the Inter-Tajik Dialogue helped to bring an end to the intrastate armed conflict in Tajikistan in 1997.
  • Short, Elliot (2020)
    The Washington Agreement ended a four-year armed conflict between the Kurdistan Democratic Party and the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan in Iraqi Kurdistan during the 1990s.
  • Unknown author (World Bank, 2005-06)
    Civil society organizations (CSOs) play a prominent role in conflict-affected and fragile states. In the absence of capable or credible public institutions due to conflict or weak policy environments, CSOs tend to substitute ...
  • Dunn, David J (School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, 2013)
    “In three major sections, what follows is unified by the notion of need. The uses of this term are slightly different, but there is a unity throughout. That unity is the life and work of John W. Burton, whose contribution ...

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