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Working with conflict : skills and strategies for action

Author: Simon Fisher; et al
Publisher: London ; New York : Zed Books ; Birmingham : Responding to conflict, 2007.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 4th impressionView all editions and formats
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The organization Responding to Conflict (RSC) has developed a range of practical tools - processes, ideas, techniques - for tackling conflict. This source book draws on examples from around the  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Simon Fisher; et al
ISBN: 9781856498364 1856498360 9781856498371 1856498379
OCLC Number: 780664652
Description: XVI, 185 str. : ilustr. ; 28 cm
Contents: AcknowledgementsPrefacePart I: Analysis1. Understanding Conflict - Towards a Conceptual FrameworkMaking sense of conflictConflict and Violence are different thingsCauses of conflictAddressing conflictsConflicts: To manage, resolve or transform?Theories about different approaches to intervention in conflictViolence is more than behaviourAttitudes and Values in relation to violenceViolence and Nonviolence as ways of bringing about changePeace as a processHow is it best to start?2. Tools for Conflict AnalysisWhat is conflict analysis?StagesTimelineMappingStagesTimelineMappingABC TriangleThe Onion: Needs, Interests and PositionsThe Conflict TreeForce-Field AnalysisPillarsPyramid: Three-level Triangle3. Critical IssuesPowerCultureIdentityGenderRightsPart II: Strategy4. Building Strategies to Address ConflictVisions: Building and SharingMulti-level TrianglesMapping for Entry PointsThe Grid: Ideas for Work on ConflictThe Wheel: Integration of Work to Build Sustainable PeaceAid and ConflictImpact Mapping: Tracing the Impact of Aid and Development Programmes onConflictThe Strategy Circle5. Influencing Policy: Bringing Your Own Organization with YouThe Values TreeSpectrum of Strategic OptionsChecklist for ProgrammingAssessing Organizational CapacityThe Radar ChartHelping Individuals to ChangePart III: Action6. Intervening Directly in ConflictNonviolence as an Approach to Conflict InterventionPreparing for InterventionAwareness-raising and Mobilization for ChangePreventionMaintaining a PresenceEnabling a Settlement7. Addressing the ConsequencesPost-war Reconstruction: Combining Physical and Social AspectsPsychological Reconstruction: Helping Individuals to Deal with the PastSocial Reconstruction: Building Relationships8. Working on the Social FabricEducation for Peace and JusticeParticipation of People in Decision-makingGood GovernancePart IV: Learning9. EvaluationEvaluating Working with ConflictThe Evaluation WheelImpact AssessmentIndicatorsKey Issues in Evaluation10. And Find Out More?OrganizationsResourcesAppendicesGlossaryIndex
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