Peacebuilding, Conflict and Community Development

Eversley, J., Gormally, S. and Kilmurray, A. (Eds.) (2022) Peacebuilding, Conflict and Community Development. Series: Rethinking Community Development. Policy Press. ISBN 9781447359333

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How do local communities effectively build peace and reconciliation before, during and after open violence? This trailblazing book gives practical examples, from the Global North, the former Soviet bloc and Global South, on communities addressing conflict in divided and contested societies. The book draws on a range of critical perspectives and practitioner analyses. The diverse case studies demonstrate the considerable knowledge, skills, commitment, courage and relationships within local communities that a critical community development approach can support and encourage. Concluding with activists’ perspectives on working with the challenges of violence, the book offers insights for both an understanding of the root causes of conflict and for bottom-up peacebuilding.

Item Type:Edited Books
Glasgow Author(s) Enlighten ID:Gormally, Professor Sinead
College/School:College of Social Sciences > School of Education > People, Place & Social Change
Publisher:Policy Press
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