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Peace, at what cost?, a civil society perspective

Consultation on "Peace, at What Cost?, a Civil Society Perspective" (2008 Peshawar, Pakistan)

Peace, at what cost?, a civil society perspective

by Consultation on "Peace, at What Cost?, a Civil Society Perspective" (2008 Peshawar, Pakistan)

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Published by ActionAid Pakistan in Islamabad .
Written in English


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Statementconcept & coordination Uzma Tahir ... [et al.].
ContributionsTahir, Uzma., ActionAid Pakistan (Organization)
The Physical Object
Pagination22 p. :
Number of Pages22
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22544425M
LC Control Number2008326807

A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. Settlements to civil conflict, which are notably difficult to secure, sometimes contain clauses enabling the combatant sides to participate as political parties in post-conflict elections. In Electing Peace, Aila M. Matanock presents a theory that explains both the causes and the consequences of these by: 7.

6 World Summit for Social Development, Copenhagen Declaration on Social Development (Table 1) 1. Commitment to creating an economic, political, social, cultural and . Bruce Sievers, Civil Society, Philanthropy and the Fate of the Commons, University Press of New England, Especially chapters 1 – 5. Edward Shils, “The Virtue of Civility,” in Edward Shils, The Virtue of Civility: Selected Essays on Liberalism, Tradition, and Civil Society, ed. by Steven Grosby, pp. On e-reserves.

Cost of Conflict is a tool which attempts to calculate the price of conflict to the human race. The idea is to examine this cost, not only in terms of the deaths and casualties and the economic costs borne by the people involved, but also the social, developmental, environmental and strategic costs of conflict.   Civil society is one of the most used - and abused - concepts in current political thinking. In this important collection of essays, the concept is subjected to rigorous analysis by an international team of contributors, all of whom seek to encourage the historical and comparative understanding of political thought. The volume is divided into two parts: the first section 5/5(1).


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The Peace Perspective by Mike Markovski reaches out and reminds us that we still have control of the “PAUSE” button. This book is a timely, refreshing reminder for us as adults.

The tranquility of inner peace and love that we all want our children to know is made applicable throughout this book.5/5(20). A civil Peace perspective september Who We Are civil society groups are provided two primary at what cost?

points to participate in the Upr. principally, csos are permitted to submit joint or individual reports on the human rights situation of the state under review (sur) andFile Size: KB.

Secondly, the role of civil society in peace building is discussed and the third and more substantial part of the essay is an evaluation of the TLPF. This part emerges from the first two theoretical sections and seeks to juxtapose the theory and the practice of civil society in peace building and is.

Chinua Achebe penned "Civil Peace" indepicting through it the effects of the Nigerian Civil War on a man and his family. The War, which began in with the secession of several Southeastern provinces from Nigeria, led to an intensive. The Cost of Loyalty is a powerful, multifaceted revelation about the United States and its singular source of pride.

One of the few federal employees ever to win a whistleblowing case against the U.S. military, Bakken, in this brave, timely, and urgently necessary book, and at great personal risk, helps us understand why America loses wars/5(32). How is civil society involved in the Women, Peace and Security Agenda.

Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) around the world work to build peace and equality in communities at the national and international levels. Women's civil society organisations and non-governmental organisations play a critical role in realising change and commitments to Women, Peace and.

Inthe United Nations Secretary-General submitted a report to the Security Council concerning the rule of law and transitional justice in conflict and post-conflict societies. The Peace Prize’s lesson for civil society The Nobel Peace Prize went to four groups in Tunisia that prevented violence by mediating a political crisis with a message about individual dignity.

"The Role of Civil Society in Peacebuilding, Conflict Resolution, and Democratization" Conference Proceedings Civil society is an essential part of the proper functioning of the state, helping to initiate, promote, and strengthen comprehensive and objective dialogue between governments and their people.

Including civil society in peace negotiations is one way of thinking about citizen participation. Over the last decade many academics and policymakers have considered how and why CSOs could and should participate in peace negotiations, concluding that civil society has the potential to play an important role in such.

One exception to this is the study by Steve Utterwulghe, “Conflict Management in Complex Humanitarian Situations: Peacemaking and Peacebuilding Work among Angolan IDPs,” Journal of Refugee. In his seminal text, Leviathan, the philosopher Thomas Hobbes offers what was then a radically novel conception of the origins of civil ’ ideas of the commonwealth are predicated upon his views of human nature and the state of mankind without government, and so he establishes his position on these concepts before addressing the.

Whether conflicts can be won or not, the human cost must be addressed when building a lasting peace, and this role falls now to our future leaders and followers.

In Peace, Reconciliation and Social Justice Leadership in the 21st Century, expert contributors explore the ways in which leaders and followers can bring forth pacifism, peace building. Partners in Peace challenges the global perceptions and assumptions of the roles played by civil society in peacebuilding and offers a radically new perspective on how international organizations can support such efforts.

Framing the debate using case studies from Africa and Central America, the author examines different meanings of. "An invaluable volume for theorists and practitioners engaged in the realm of civil society peacebuilding.

The clarity and organization of the book is outstanding and the systematic framework is developed for comparative analyses within different social environments."—Patrick T. Hiller, Peace Review "This well organized, conceptually and empirically informed collection.

Civil society has an important supportive role for peacebuilding Overall, our research stresses that civil society has the potential to play an important and effective role in peacebuilding during all stages of conflict, and has often contributed positively to the peacebuilding process.

However, a careful look at the engagement of civil. Peace and conflict studies is a social science field that identifies and analyzes violent and nonviolent behaviours as well as the structural mechanisms attending conflicts (including social conflicts), with a view towards understanding those processes which lead to a more desirable human condition.

A variation on this, peace studies (irenology), is an interdisciplinary effort. groups and civil society in the implementation of the women, peace and security agenda. In consultation with civil society, CSAG has prepared a series of working papers with concrete recommendations for action by the UN, member states, and civil society on the following topics: Civil Society Participation in Peacemaking and Peacebuilding.

Civil Society, Definitions and Approaches JOHN KEANE The University of Westminster, W1T 3UW, London, UK Introduction For nearly a century afterthe language of civil society virtually disappeared from intellectual and politi-cal life and, as recently as 2 decades ago, the term itself remained strange sounding and unfashionable, or was.

Civil Society Dialogue Network Policy Meeting Review of the UN Peacebuilding Architecture: The perspective of civil society and the EU Wednesday 15 AprilBrussels Report1 The purpose of the meeting was to gather the EU and civil society’s perspectives on theFile Size: KB.

BOOK REVIEWS PEOPLE BUILDING PEACE II: SUCCESSFUL STORIES OF CIVIL SOCIETY Edited by Paul van Tongeren, Malin Brenk, Marte Helema and Juliette Verhoeven Boulder, Colorado, USA: Lynne Rienner Publishers, pages, Paper, $ Preferred futures like pebbles in a pond Like precious pebbles tossed in a pond by someone in awe of the intercon.Civil Society reviews or “shadow reports” provide an independent basis for evaluation and strengthened accountability.

These can draw on critical analysis and reports to push governments to overcome shortfalls and rethink strategies and national priorities more holistically and from a gender and militarism perspective.

Such reviews can also provide a rich basis for policy. Civil society’s contribution to the peace process has been not only innovative, but also served to strengthen the process and to generate credibility and support for the agreements reached so far.

These will be the key stakeholders and actors that will take the accords and make them a reality on the ground once the final accord is signed and.