Civilian Peacekeeping. A Barely Tapped Ressource

TitelCivilian Peacekeeping. A Barely Tapped Ressource
Typ der PublikationBook
Untertitel / SerientitelIFGK Working Paper No. 23
AutorInnenCarrière, R, Julian, R, Schweitzer, C, Wallis, T
BandIFGK Working Paper No. 23
Anzahl Seiten78 pp.
VerlagSozio-Publishing; edited by the Institut für Friedensarbeit und Gewaltfreie Konfliktaustragung (IFGK) in Cooperation with Nonviolent Peaceforce

The Working Paper No. 23 has been published by the IFGK in cooperation with Nonviolent Peace Force and contains five articles on "Civilian Peacekeeping." This topic has played a relatively minor role in the peace research so far. The contributions were - with the exception of the introduction - written independently of one another and for different target groups. Each of the authors pleads for a global expansion of civilian peacekeeping and its promotion by the United Nations and the nation-states in general. All authors have been temporarily associated with Nonviolent Peace Force (NP) or still are commited to NP. This fact explains that NP plays a major role for the examples chosen.Overview of the contents:
"Introduction - Civilian Peacekeeping. A Barely Tapped Ressource" - Christine Schweitzer
"The World Needs 'Another Peacekeeping'" - Rolf Carrière
"Best Practices for Unarmed Civilian Peacekeeping" - Tim Wallis
"Peacekeeping with Nonviolence: Protection Strategies for Sustainable Peace" - Rachel Julians
"Humanitarian Protection as an Additional Function of Humanitarian, Development and Peace Projects - or Rather a Task Requiring Experts?" - Christine Schweitzer
"The Responsibility to Protect: Towards an Expanded Role for Global Civil Society" - Christine Schweitzer

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