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Positive approaches to peacebuilding : a resource for innovators

Author: Cynthia Sampson; Herm Weaver; John Paul Lederach
Publisher: Washington, D.C. : Pact Publications, ©2003.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Cynthia Sampson; Herm Weaver; John Paul Lederach
ISBN: 1888753250 9781888753257
OCLC Number: 54538514
Notes: Compact disc contains the song "A dream of the light" by Herm Weaver and the story "How a high school changed the world" by John Paul Lederach.
Description: xi, 420 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm + 1 audio disc (23 min.)
Contents: PART 1: ORIGINS AND ENCOUNTERS --
Toward the theory and practice of positive approaches to peacebuilding / Mohammed Abu-Nimer --
Appreciative inquiry in organizations and international development: an invitation to share and learn across fields / Diana Whitney, Claudia Liebler, and David Cooperrider --
Appreciative inquiry in peacebuilding: imagining the possible / Claudia Liebler & Cynthia Sampson --
PART 2: TOWARD CULTURES OF PEACE --
Peace culture for today and tomorrow / Elise Boulding --
Creating a culture of peace in postwar El Salvador / Mark Chupp --
The wow factor and a non-theory of change / John Paul Lederach --
APPENDIX: "Dream the light": the power of storytelling for peacebuilding / John Paul Lederach & Herm Weaver --
Creative coexistence in Muslim Spain as a model for positive peace / Joseph Montville & Heidi Paulson Winder --
PART 3: SOCIAL TRANSFORMATION --
Proventive peacebuilding in the republic of Guinea: building peace by cultivating the positives / Sam Gbaydee Doe --
Imagine Nagaland: the courage to be positive / Peter Delahaye & Bharat Krishnan --
Toward the theory and practice of appreciative inquiry in complex peacebuilding and development contexts / Mary Hope Schwoebel & Erin McCandless --
PART 4: CONFLICT RESOLUTION --
Initiatives of change / Michael Henderson --
"Engage conflict well": a model for transforming conflict in the United Methodist Church / Thomas W. Porter & Mark Conrad Mancao --
Appreciative inquiry as a tool for conflict resolution / Mauricio O. Rios & Scott D. Fisher --
PART 5: HEALING AND RECONCILIATION --
The bread and the wine on the front lines between gay and Evangelical Christians / Peggy Green --
Rewriting narratives in the new South Africa: a story of reconciliation / Anastasia White --
Transcendence: discovering resources for Posttraumatic healing and growth / Nancy Good Sider --
The positive power of voice in peacebuilding / Paula Green & Tamra Pearson d'Estree --
Journey of Healing / Amela & Randy Puljek-Shank --
PART 6: DESIGNING ORGANIZATIONS FOR PEACEBUILDING --
The united religions initiative and appreciative inquiry: an evolving partnership / Charles Gibbs & Barbara Hartford --
Words create worlds: articulating a vision for peacebuilding in Catholic relief services / Jaco Cilliers, Robin Gulick, & Meg Kinghorn
Responsibility: edited by Cynthia Sampson [and others].

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