Chapter in "Africa’s Peacemaker? Lessons from South African Conflict Mediation"

Author(s): Jeremy Astill-Brown
Date of publication: 01/11/2009
Synopsis: Chapter 13: Norms and Principles of External Engagement to Strengthen Africa’s Conflict Resolution Capabilities: Appropriate Solutions for African Problems

The purpose of this paper is to explore the role of international partners working to support Africa’s conflict resolution capabilities. It will seek to describe what Africa and international partners want from such a relationship; where Africa is now; and to propose approaches which might be helpful. This is not an academic study, but the view of a practitioner. It does not claim to have successfully answered all the key questions, but to have at least considered some of them.

Note: the attached text is the unedited draft version of the paper.

Related website links:
http://www.saiia.org.za/books/africa-s-peacemaker-lessons-from-south-african-conflict-mediation.html

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