2 edition of role of elections in societal reconciliation found in the catalog.
role of elections in societal reconciliation
|Series||Working papers series / Centre for Foreign Policy Studies, Dalhousie University, Working papers series (Dalhousie University. Centre for Foreign Policy Studies)|
|LC Classifications||JF1001 .S245 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||19|
The importance of Traditional justice and reconciliation after violent conflict, apart from the five case studies, can also be seen in two recent conflict resolutions on the continent: the Bakassi Peninsula conflict between Nigeria and Cameroon and the post-elections conflict in Kenya, where the African traditional system of brotherly dialogue. If a nation is to enjoy the political and economic advantages enabled by the rule of law, powerful institutions must be open to scrutiny by the people. If technology and science are to advance, ideas must be openly shared. And if government is to be .
Peacebuilding is an activity that aims to resolve injustice in nonviolent ways and to transform the cultural & structural conditions that generate deadly or destructive revolves around developing constructive personal, group, and political relationships across ethnic, religious, class, national, and racial boundaries. This process includes violence prevention; conflict management. This article describes the major characteristics of the Reconciliation Model of Peacemaking (developed in my doctoral dissertation in Conflict Analysis and Resolution at Nova Southeastern University). It also describes the role of the mediator within this model. These descriptions are contrasted with the Transformative Model of Mediation and the mediator’s role in that model to Missing: elections.
Between the s and s, commercial television had a profound and wide-ranging impact on American society and culture. It influenced the way that people think about such important social issues as race, gender, and class. It played an important role in the political process, particularly in shaping national election campaigns. The story in Ivory Coast is about far more than a disputed election: it raises the question of how far there has been societal reconciliation following the recent civil war, and the wisdom of.
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Handbooks are aimed primarily at policy-makers, politicians, civil society actors and practitioners in the field. They are also of interest to academia, the democracy assistance community and other bodies. “THE ROLE OF CIVIL SOCIETY IN NATIONAL RECONCILIATION AND PEACEBUILDING IN LIBERIA”.
establishment, represented by the private media network of Charles Taylor known as the Liberia Communication Network (LCN), functioned chiefly as the propaganda arm of Taylor’s National Patriotic Front of Liberia (NPFL) Size: KB.
women’s and youth associations, diasporas, etc. These are all actors that can play a seminal and catalytic role as a societal asset, and need to be positively engaged in the process.
Democracy, elections & political parties † page 1 Paper † July ISS Paper † July Price: R Introduction Few concepts are more central to the modern state and at the same time difficult to define than the concepts of democracy, elections and political parties.
This paper, based on books, book chapters, journal articlesFile Size: KB. The Role of Forgiveness in Reconciliation. oso/ In book: From Conflict Resolution to Reconciliation (pp) It can help the society to understand what their.
WINRICH KüHNE | THE ROLE OF ELECTIONS IN EMERGING DEMOCRACIES AND POST-CONFLICT COUNTRIES. Elections in emerging democracies and post-conflict societies have a great potential to plunge a country back into violent conflict, to undermine processes of stabilisa- tion and to discredit Size: KB.
The presented typology allows for its use both in different types of elections (parliamentary, presidential, local, regional and European Parliament) as well as in relation to different electoral Author: Waldemar Wojtasik.
This is somewhat surprising, given that the idea of societal reconciliation has become a common response to state terror- although not usually in situations of conflict with sub-state terrorist actors. Similar to state terror, sub-state terrorism is a sign of a deep societal rift which reconciliation measures may help to overcome.
attention to the potential role of traditional mechanisms in reconciliation and transitional justice strategies has increased. Most recently in Uganda, debate over the respective roles of the International Criminal Court and the traditional reconciliation practices of theFile Size: KB.
Elections that are conducted as part of peace agreements, where reconciliation between the parties has yet to firmly take hold, are particularly susceptible to violence. In such circumstances, special attention must be paid to the manner in which elections are structured and sequenced in relation to other elements of the agreement.
Promoting Social Reconciliation in Postconflict Societies ies. Section 2 presents an overview of the case studies, both the main findings and conclusions. Finally, Section 3 suggests lessons for USAID and other international donor organizations.
A word about the data and Size: KB. As it is characterized by every multiethnic society, all actors in reconciliation should ensure that a comprehensive approach to peace building and reconciliation must be aligned to the diversity of cultural world views.
After the interpretation and discussion of the data, conclusions were drawn and recommendations for further research given. Elections are of utmost importance in any Democratic country. As we all know, democracy is defined as a government of the people, for the people and by the people.
Such governments, as in the ancient city states of Greece, can be formed with the people directly participating in them. But in countries like India, China, the U.S.A., in the U.S.S. When Apartheid ended in with the first democratic elections in South Africa, the task of facilitating healing and reconciliation was brought to church leaders for implementation.
A ground-breaking process, called the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) 8, was rolled out across South Africa under the leadership of Archbishop Tutu. By supplying credible information and reaching a large audience, the media help in managing conflicts and promote democratic principles.
In the aftermath of a conflict, reconciliation and societal development can be encouraged as well . The book offers insights into more effective action in peacebuilding in light of the short-term negative effects that democratization can introduce. It is a thought-provoking work that seeks both to advance theory and to provide policy-relevant findings to facilitate.
5 The role of elections in peace processes Fwordore Carlos Lopes and Almut wieland-Karimi The United Nations has provided electoral assistance to over Member States and four territories over the past 20 years alone. Today, occasionally, the UN is still called upon to organize elections from beginning to end.
Increasingly, however, most of the. The Role of Religion in our Work for Peace and Justice critical and constructive reflection on the role of religion in our work for justice and peace and in our local and global life together.
It must go beyond discussions about "misuse" of religion. One of the exciting developments in the Christian world this year is the election of a.
THE ROLE OF EDUCATION IN THE KNOWLEDGE-BASED SOCIETY DURING THE ECONOMIC CRISIS Ion Pârgaru 1 Rodica Gherghina 2 Ioana Duca 3 ABSTRACT: Education as an essential activity in the development of society has seen major transformations, from which the new methods and models of the modern educational system have g: elections.
The media play an indispensable role in the proper functioning of a democracy. Discussion of the media's functions within electoral contexts, often focuses on their "watchdog" role: by unfettered scrutiny and discussion of the successes and failures of candidates, governments, and electoral management bodies, the media can inform the public of how effectively they have performed and help to.
Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My libraryMissing: elections.Secondly, the role of civil society in peace building is discussed and the third and more substantial part of the essay is an evaluation of the TLPF.
This part emerges from the first two theoretical sections and seeks to juxtapose the theory and the practice of civil society in peace building and isMissing: elections.The Kenyan Elections Within a Reconciliation Framework "The next general election, slated for 4 Marchwill mark yet another turning point in the history of Kenya.
The current Policy Brief provides an analysis of the electoral process in Kenya, identifying it as an important and contributing factor.