Tag Archive: Conflict Transformation

Visualizing Peace: Photography, Conflict Transformation and Peacebuilding

Capturing the Multiplicities of Peace: Photography, Representation and Everyday Strategies of Transition Capturing the multiplicities of peace examines the role and representation of photography in peacebuilding programs. While there is extensive literature on photography during periods of conflict and discussions about the representations of violence, there is much less research exploring how post-conflict societies and […]

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Inclusive Political Settlements: Theory and Practice of Transforming Conflict

We held our first PSRP Summer School, Inclusive Political Settlements: Theory and Practice of Transforming Conflict in Edinburgh, 20 – 22 June 2015. During these three days, we had the pleasure to host 25 participants from 14 different countries and five continents. This was not only a great opportunity to debate the research questions and […]

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PSRP Summer School: Inclusive Political Settlements, Edinburgh 2016

Inclusive Political Settlements: the Theory and Practice of Transforming Conflict’ will be hosted by the GJA’s Political Settlements Research Programme in conjunction with the School of Law and the School of Social and Political Science at the University of Edinburgh.

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