Subcontracting Peace. The Challenges of NGO Peacebuilding

  • P Richmond O
  • F Carey H
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Abstract

This volume analyzes various strategic choices and consequences resulting from NGO's dilemmas in peacebuilding interventions, relating to participation in peace negotiations, the development of post conflict institutions, as well as neutrality in monitoring and advocacy of norm development. The contributors comprise a mix of academics, practitioners and activists; they also represent Africa, the Americas, Asia and Europe. Case-study rich, the book is ideal for classroom use and as a library reference tool.

Author-supplied keywords

  • 5 approach
  • child soldiers
  • east timor
  • el salvador
  • guatemala
  • iraq
  • nation building
  • ngos
  • norway norwegen
  • peace process
  • post conflict reconstruction
  • private military companies (pmc)
  • rwanda
  • sierra leone
  • somalia
  • track 1
  • un peace building

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  • O P Richmond

  • H F Carey

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