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Title: Augmentation de l'intérêt en infrastructures pour la paix
Author: van Tongeren, Paul
Keywords: infraestructura per a la pau;construcció de la pau a llarg termini;construcció de la pau;prevenció de conflictes;Infrastructure for Peace;long-term peacebuilding;peacebuilding;conflict prevention;infraestructura para la paz;consolidación de la paz a largo plazo;consolidación de la paz;prevención de conflictos;infrastructure pour la paix;consolidation de la paix à long terme;consolidation de la paix;prévention de conflits
Issue Date: 13-Dec-2011
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya
Citation: van Tongeren, Paul (2011). "Augmentation de l'intérêt en infrastructures pour la paix". Journal of conflictology, 2011, Vol. 2, num 2
Abstract: A global network has been established to enhance infrastructures for peace internationally in 2011. Most countries lack the capacities and structures to deal adequately with ongoing and potential violent conflict. These peace structures have a real impact: several times in the last two decades, they have proven to be effective tools for preventing or reducing violence, as in South Africa prior to the elections in 1994 and during recent elections in Ghana and Kenya. There is an increasing interest in infrastructures for peace, which is important because experts expect an increase in violent conflict. The article describes some experiences of peace structures in South Africa, Ghana and Kenya; gives a definition of a peace infrastructure; a rationale for advancing it and the need for a multi-stakeholder dialogue on infrastructures for peace. It draws some conclusions and also proposes some research questions.
Description: Peer reviewed
Language: English
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10609/12626
ISSN: 2013-8857
Appears in Collections:2011, vol. 2, n. 2

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