Diana Francis

From Pacification to Peacebuilding
Table of Contents

Acknowledgments
Preface

  1. Vision and engagement
    • Introduction
    • A time of ferment
    • Training requests
    • Key ideas and terms
    • From solidarity to partnership
    • Fundamental values
    • Appendix: Stages and processes in conflict transformation
  2. Ongoing development
    • Introduction
    • Capacity building
    • Popular education
    • Media work and arts projects
    • Bridge building
    • Advocacy
    • Peace processes in large scale conflicts
    • Recovery from violence
    • Ongoing learning
    • Influencing policy
    • Conclusion
  3. Dilemmas and limitations
    • Introduction
    • Practical matters
    • Power in mid-conflict and post-conflict transformation
    • Making a strategic difference
    • Conflict, states and global systems
    • Facing the global challenge
  4. Peacebuilding and pacification
    • Introduction
    • Peace and militarism
    • Two world views
    • Addressing violence: dilemmas and ethics
    • Peacebuilding and international relations
    • States and the limitations to their sovereignty
    • Fear, control and future security
    • Shifting the culture and bridging the divide
  5. Caught in two systems: co-option or transformation?
    • Conflict transformation and realpolitik
    • Violence and nonviolence
    • Nonviolent people power
    • Resistance to nonviolence
    • Ethics and culture
    • Signs that the system can change
    • Dialogue with donors
  6. Building the praxis of nonviolence
    • People-power in conflict transformation
    • Forms of violence
    • Nonviolence
  7. Challenging the system
    • An oppressive system that has had its day
    • Global transformation: starting with ourselves
    • Mobilisation: building alliances for global transformation
  8. Agenda for humanity
    • Introduction
    • Peace
    • Economic justice and wellbeing
    • Democracy
    • Global solidarity and the power of humanity

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