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Conflict Transformation through Educational and Youth ProgrammesHandbook Article

Debates opportunities and limits for conflict transformation through youth and educational work. The author explores theoretical and conceptual approaches, catalogues key methodologies, learning principles and desired outcomes for both formal and informal education. She also addresses on-going challenges.

  • Year2001
  • Author(s)Stephanie Schell-Faucon
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Participatory Action-Research in Post-Conflict Situations: The Example of the War-Torn Societies ProjectHandbook Article

Presents the case study of the UN-sponsored War-Torn Societies Project, which promotes a multi-level approach in order to facilitate conflict transformation on the ground and empower local/indigenous actors. (For current developments and projects, please refer to the website of the NGO Interpeace, which WSP has now evolved into: www.interpeace.org.)

  • Year2001
  • Author(s)Agneta Johannsen
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Friedliche EinmischungStrukturen, Prozesse und Strategien zur konstruktiven Bearbeitung ethnopolitischer Konflikte (Report Nr. 1)

Die Hoffnungen auf eine friedliche Welt nach dem Ende des Ost-West-Konflikts sind verflogen. Zwischen 1988 und 1990 schien die Zahl der Kriege zurückzugehen. Danach hat sich jedoch der bereits seit 1960 bestehende Trend einer nahezu kontinuierlichen Zunahme der Zahl militärischer Konflikte wieder durchgesetzt. 1993 zählte die niederländische PIOOM-Forschungsgruppe insgesamt 22 Kriege mit mehr als 1.000 Todesopfern und 84 Kriege mit einer geringeren Opferzahl.

  • Year1995
  • Author(s)Norbert Ropers
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Peaceful InterventionStructures, Processes and Strategies for the Constructive Regulation of Ethnopolitical Conflicts

The hopes for a more peaceful world following the end of the East–West conflict have evaporated. Between 1988 and 1990, the number of wars seemed to decline. After that, however, the trend that had existed since 1960 towards a virtually continuous increase in the number of military conflicts resumed. In 1993, the Netherlands-based PIOOM research group recorded a total of twenty-two wars involving over 1,000 deaths, and eighty-four wars involving a lesser number of victims.

  • Year1995
  • Author(s)Norbert Ropers
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