Private peacemaking: USIP-assisted peacemaking projects of nonprofit organizations, Volume 31, Issue 20

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U.S. Institute of Peace, 1998 - Business & Economics - 49 pages
Illustrates the kinds of grants the U.S. Institute of Peace has made for peacemaking &, more importantly, extracts from them more widely applicable insights and lessons. Private peacemaking has assumed much greater importance in the post-Cold War era. The peacemaking activities described have been targeted on conflicts in East Timor, the Middle East, Georgia and South Ossetia, Sri Lanka, the Transcaucasus, Northern Ireland, Algeria, Kosovo, and Bosnia. Includes: Track II diplomacy, training as peacemaking, use of the media for peacemaking, economic development for peacemaking, and interactive programs for young people in conflict situations.

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Contents

GeorgianOssetian Joint Brainstorming by Keith Fitzgerald
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Community of St Egidio in Kosovo
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Peacemaking in Karabakh by Craig Barnes
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