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Title Is local beautiful? : peacebuilding between international interventions and locally led initiatives / Sara Hellmuller, Martina Santschi, editors.
Imprint Cham : Springer, 2014.

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Series SpringerBriefs in environment, security, development and peace. Peace and security studies ; volume 11
SpringerBriefs in environment, security, development and peace ; v. 11.
SpringerBriefs in environment, security, development and peace. Peace and security studies.
Subject Peace-building.
Alt Name Hellmüller, Sara,
Santschi, Martina,
swisspeace (Organization). Conference (2012 : Bern, Switzerland)
Description 1 online resource (xx, 107 pages) : illustrations.
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Note Based on conference proceedings.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Part I Conceptual Inputs -- Political Processes of Conflict Transformation and Ownership -- International Perspectives on Local Ownership -- From Local Ownership to Partnership -- Maximizing the Potential of Locally-Led Peacebuilding in Conflict-Affected States -- Part II Case Studies -- Local Conflict Resolution Mechanisms in South Sudan -- Localizing the Liberian Peace Process -- Switzerlands Approach to Local Ownership -- A Case Study of Local International Cooperation in Myanmar.
Summary Based on the swisspeace annual conference 2012, the publication examines the delicate balance between external interventions and locally-led initiatives. It addresses the question of what local means in the peacebuilding and development context; which actors on the ground actually represent the local level and how external actors choose their partners from amongst them. Moreover, it examines how local ownership - emerging as key criteria for any external intervention - is constituted: does this concept only imply local participation or is local control from the outset a must? Finally, it assesses the potential of locally-led initiatives and local conflict resolution mechanisms and their interaction with external interventions. Several authors provide insights on these questions and nuance our thinking about both local ownership and external interventions. As such, the publication aims to encourage critical reflections on this topical debate in peacebuilding and development.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9783319003061 (electronic bk.)
3319003062 (electronic bk.)
3319003054
9783319003054
9783319003054
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-3-319-00306-1
OCLC # 868025105
Additional Format Print version: Is local beautiful? 9783319003054 (OCoLC)847542499


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