Professors Roger Mac Ginty and Oliver Richmond discuss historic and developing ideas about peacebuilding. They explain that peace talks and agreements have long been the domain of institutions and states, particularly of states in the global north. But to have a real impact, peacebuilding must draw on a variety of perspectives from the grassroots level.
Peace and Conflict
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Mac Ginty, R., & Richmond, O. (Academics). (2016). Peace and conflict [Video]. SAGE Knowledge. https://www.doi.org/10.4135/9781473955660
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