Locally Led Peacebuilding

Locally Led Peacebuilding

Global Case Studies

Connaughton, Stacey L.; Berns, Jessica

Rowman & Littlefield






15 a 20 dias

Through case studies, this edited volume articulates why locally led peacebuilding matters, how it can prevent violence, and invites practitioners and scholars to critically examine the implications of locally led initiatives.
Acknowledgments Introduction: Locally Led Peacebuilding Matters by Stacey L. Connaughton & Jessica Berns Section 1: What is Local? Chapter 1: Peace Drivers: Local Agency, Relational Responsibility, and the Future of Peacebuilding by Bridget Moix Chapter 2: Crossing Lines to Build Peace: Deescalating Gang Conflict in Cite Soleil, Haiti by Louino Robillard and Sabina Carlson Robillard Section 2: Locally Led Peacebuilding around the World Chapter 3: Now we sleep without our shoes...The Story of the Laikipia Peace Caravan by Gail M. Ervin Chapter 4: Local Peacebuilding in East Africa: The Role of Customary Norms and Institutions in Addressing Pastoralist Conflict in Kenya and Uganda by Emily Welty, Matthew Bolton and William Kiptoo Chapter 5: Magnanimity in Victory: Somaliland's peace building and DDR through indigenous traditional system by Abdishakur Hassan-kayd Chapter 6: Liberia at a Crossroads: How Local Peace Committees are Working to Consolidate and Promote Peace in Liberia by Nat B. Walker Chapter 7: Nigeria: Peace Drives Security by Michael Sodipo Chapter 8: Peacebuilding in Guatemala: The Local Peace Network Methodology by Jose David Pineda Ruano Chapter 9: University to University Partnership: Building a Network of Effective Peacebuilders in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq by Thomas Hill, Alexander Munoz, and Katerina Siira Chapter 10: Teaching and Learning Participatory Action Research as Approach for Locally Led Peacebuilding in Kampala, Uganda by Felix Bivens, Illana Lancaster, Nanfuka Zulaika & Ndugwa Hassan Chapter 11: The Women Peace and Security Collective: An organic process of empowerment by Kristian Herbolzheimer & Rosa Emilia Salamanca Chapter 12: Encountering Faiths and Beliefs: Locally led peacebuilding in the UK by Phil Champain Chapter 13: The Cure Violence Model for Violence Prevention by Charles L. Ransford, Karen Volker & Gary Slutkin Section 3: Locally Led Peacebuilding: Understanding What Works Chapter 14: Youth and Elections in Peacebuilding: Experience from Ghana and Liberia by Robert Groelsema, Maureen Herman, Michelle Marland, and Muminu Mutaru Chapter 15: Participatory approaches to monitoring and evaluating locally led peacebuilding in Ghana by Jasmine R. Linabary Chapter 16: Community peacebuilding on a national scale: the work of the CPBR in Sri Lanka by Nilanjana Premaratria & Ruairi Nolan Chapter 17: Community Healing, from the inside-out - Systems lessons from Fambul Tok in Sierra Leone by Libby Hoffman Chapter 18: Madaris and Peace Education in Pakistan: A Case Study of Peace and Education Foundation by Zahid Shahab Ahmed & Rashad Bukhari Section 4: Reflections and Paths Forward Chapter 19: Locally-driven Track 11/2 and Track 2' Diplomacy by Peter Dixon Conclusion: Reflections and Paths Forward for Locally Led Peacebuilding around the World by Stacey Connaughton & Jessica Berns About the Authors
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