Category Archive: GJA

Military Power- Sharing and Inclusion in Peace Processes

Military Power- Sharing and Inclusion in Peace Processes Citation: Download PA-X report. Military power-sharing is an effective tool for ending violence. Military power-sharing arrangements focus on the inclusion of groups key to the conflict, but in doing so can create perverse incentives to smaller groups outside of the main peace agreement consensus to assert their […]

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Political Unsettlement and Continuing Conflict in Central African Republic

Central African Republic (CAR) is in a state of crisis. Multiple rounds of conflict in the past two decades, the most recent of which began in 2012 and is still ongoing, have left the country reeling. Nearly one in four people in CAR is displaced, and the population is facing conflict and malnutrition with insufficient […]

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Mind the Billboards: The Paradox of Paternalism in Burundi

Astrid Jamar continues her analysis of the prominence of aid billboards in Burundi and how these contribute to colonial continuities which in turn shape the public space and public authority in the East African country. She examines the text, logos and images displayed on the boards, which reveal the highly hierarchised but disorganised nature of […]

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Mind the Billboards: International Aid Conquering the Public Space in Burundi

Burundian roadsides often have prominent billboards displaying the name of aid projects.  Astrid Jamar discusses how these billboards dominate public space and shape public authority in ways that produce colonial continuities. Along with symbols of the regime, their physical presence in Burundian streets illustrate how paternalism and authoritarianism simultaneously shape public authority. Burundian roadsides are littered […]

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Packaging Participation: Non-dominant Minorities in Power-Sharing Peace Agreements

Packaging Participation: Non-dominant Minorities in Power-Sharing Peace Agreements Laura Wise (PSRP), Association of Human Rights Institutes, University of Edinburgh, 8 September 2018. Download presentation Return to Multimedia Forum.  

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Integrating the Documentation of Human Rights Violations into Peace Processes

Integrating the Documentation of Human Rights Violations into Peace Processes Robert Forster (PSRP) Justice Rapid Response roundtable on ‘Promoting Justice & Accountability in the MENA Region: What role can Non-State and Civil Society Actors Play?’ Beirut, Lebanon, 19-20 September 2018. Download presentation Return to Multimedia Forum.

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Monitoring and Measuring Peace Agreement Implementation

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Sean Molloy is an Associate of the PSRP and Research Associate at Newcastle University. This post introduces a research report which follows the workshop on Assessing and Influencing Progress in Peace Processes held in Barcelona on 30 May – 1 June 2018. The workshop was organised by Conciliation Resources and the Kroc Institute for International […]

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Constituting Transitions: Options, Drivers and Dilemmas

Constituting Transitions: Options, Drivers and Dilemmas Robert Forster (PSRP) and Christine Bell (PSRP), Edinburgh, Association of Human Rights Institutes, 8 September 2018. Download presentation Return to Multimedia Forum.

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Economic Power-sharing as a Means of Conflict Resolution in Peace Agreements.

Satish Chand is Professor of Finance in the School of Business at the University of New South Wales and based at the Australian Defence Force Academy in Canberra. Satish is also an Adjunct Professor at the Crawford School of Economics and Government at the Australian National University. His research interests include labour migration, fragile states, and […]

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Assessing and Influencing Progress in Peace Processes Workshop Report

Assessing and Influencing Progress in Peace Processes Workshop Report Citation: Download report. Summary: This report has been produced from the workshop on Assessing and Influencing Progress in Peace Processes held at Barcelona on May 30-June 1, 2018. The workshop brought together a fruitful combination of researchers, policy actors and practitioners, including a mixture of state and […]

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