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Réference Frazer Owen, Ghettas , Lakhdar (dir) (2013), Approaches to conflict transformation lessons from Algeria, Denmark, Egypt, Kenya, Morocco, Tajikistan, and Yemen.
TypeLivre
Auteur (s) Frazer Owen, Ghettas , Lakhdar (dir)
TitreApproaches to conflict transformation lessons from Algeria, Denmark, Egypt, Kenya, Morocco, Tajikistan, and Yemen.
Année2013
Lieu de publicationGenève
EditeurCordoba Now Forum
Nombre de page42
LangueAnglais
URLhttp://www.css.ethz.ch/content/dam/ethz/special-interest/gess/cis/center-for-securities-studies/pdfs/Conflict_Transformation_in_Practice_2013.pdf
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This report looks at conflict transformation methods employed by third be learned from practical experience. Following an introductory chapter that presents an overview of conflict transformation theory and an introduction to process design, the main body of the report presents case studies of dialogue mediation, local mediation, ombuds institutions, and early warning The cases are based on experiences from Algeria, Denmark, Egypt, Kenya, Morocco, Tajikistan and Yemen. While each case yields its own individual lessons a number of common points for reflection emerge. Many of the cases highlight the limits to the influence of any third nonetheless confirming that, under the right circumstances and with the right play a constructive role. The e emphasize that the traditional notion of a neutral outsider is not the only approach to ensuring third party neutrality and impartiality. The im made clear although the different nature of the interventions will be quite specific while in other cases it helps to narrow it down. From the discussion on ombuds institutions and early warning mechanisms a clear message emerges that the sustainability of conflict resolution mechanisms requires of institutionalization. Finally, the diversit fundamental truth that every conflict is different and requires its own tailor can only be designed based on a sound analysis and understanding of the conflict. Abstract This report looks at conflict transformation methods employed by third-parties and what lessons can learned from practical experience. Following an introductory chapter that presents an overview of conflict transformation theory and an introduction to process design, the main body of the report presents case studies of dialogue processes, mediation space and diapraxis, culturally mediation, local mediation, ombuds institutions, and early warning and rapid response mechanisms. The cases are based on experiences from Algeria, Denmark, Egypt, Kenya, Morocco, Tajikistan and yields its own individual lessons a number of common points for reflection emerge. Many of the cases highlight the limits to the influence of any third-party intervener while under the right circumstances and with the right The examples of local mediation and culturally-balanced co emphasize that the traditional notion of a neutral outsider is not the only approach to ensuring third d impartiality. The importance of establishing clear objectives for a process is the different nature of the interventions illustrates that sometimes the objective will be quite specific while in other cases it will start quite broad until discussion with th helps to narrow it down. From the discussion on ombuds institutions and early warning mechanisms a that the sustainability of conflict resolution mechanisms requires . Finally, the diversity of experiences represented in the report that every conflict is different and requires its own tailor-made approach which can only be designed based on a sound analysis and understanding of the conflict. 4 parties and what lessons can learned from practical experience. Following an introductory chapter that presents an overview of conflict transformation theory and an introduction to process design, the main body of the report e and diapraxis, culturally-balanced coand rapid response mechanisms. The cases are based on experiences from Algeria, Denmark, Egypt, Kenya, Morocco, Tajikistan and yields its own individual lessons a number of common points for reflection party intervener while under the right circumstances and with the right approach, they can balanced co-mediation emphasize that the traditional notion of a neutral outsider is not the only approach to ensuring thirdof establishing clear objectives for a process is that sometimes the objective quite broad until discussion with the parties helps to narrow it down. From the discussion on ombuds institutions and early warning mechanisms a that the sustainability of conflict resolution mechanisms requires some degree represented in the report confirms the 

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