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eBook Small Minds and Big Hearts: Prospects for Sustainable Peace in Sierra Leone (Richardson Institute Papers) ePub

eBook Small Minds and Big Hearts: Prospects for Sustainable Peace in Sierra Leone (Richardson Institute Papers) ePub

by Reginald Dunston Glover

  • ISBN: 186220070X
  • Category: Africa
  • Subcategory: History
  • Author: Reginald Dunston Glover
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Lancaster University, Department of Politics & International Relations (April 1999)
  • Pages: 40
  • ePub book: 1965 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1537 kb
  • Other: txt lit docx mbr
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 790

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The Peace Studies Section of the International Studies Association (ISA), together with Kroc Institute and Lynne .

The Peace Studies Section of the International Studies Association (ISA), together with Kroc Institute and Lynne Rienner Publishers has opened calls for two travel grants for ISA 2020 for scholars based in the Global South. Early-career and female scholars are especially encouraged to apply. Apply by October 6 to be considered! isanet. Last week, Kroc Institute staff members planted a pollinator garden in the Hesburgh Center for International Studies courtyard with the hopes of attracting and supporting butterflies, birds and bees. The plants in the garden included astilbe, hostas, shasta daisy, liatris, black-eyed susan, echinacea, and salvia.

The Richardson Institute began as an independent organisation, the Lancaster Peace .

Although Sierra Leone is not out of danger, policy lessons can be learned .

Although Sierra Leone is not out of danger, policy lessons can be learned from its unlikely transition from anarchy to tentative reconstruction. Sierra Leone: Ironic tragedy. This paper illuminates the economic dimension of Sierra Leone's present rebel war raging since 1991. The grievances and risks that induced rebellion are analysed. Peace has been elusive because diamonds have produced a congruence of interests among the protagonists while financing the rebellion. Furthermore, government response to rebellion has been abysmal while external interventions have been mixed blessings. External agencies have played a critical role in the quest for peace.

prospects of sustainable peace. However, where systems are reinforced and risks mitigated (. in Jordan), they can contribute to the building of sys-tems and a government more resilient to future shocks.

In this Lowy Institute Paper, Dr John Edwards, Nonresident Fellow at the Lowy Institute, challenges the pessimism about the . A Lowy Institute Paper by Dr Malcolm Cook and Dr Kit Collier analyses the prospects for peace in Mindanao and the threats facing the peace process.

In this Lowy Institute Paper, Dr John Edwards, Nonresident Fellow at the Lowy Institute, challenges the pessimism about the Australian economy. The mining boom is far from over – and it hasn’t been as important for Australian prosperity as widely believed. By Malcolm Cook, Kit Collier. Lowy Institute Papers.

UN Sierra Leone: From hunting elusive gems to expanding an agribusiness - Tamba's story. The Sustainable Development Goals are a universal call to action to end poverty, protect the planet and improve the lives and prospects of everyone, everywhere

UN Sierra Leone: From hunting elusive gems to expanding an agribusiness - Tamba's story. Frieda - The Universal Message of the Sustainable Development Goals. Tokyo 2020 to have first-ever podiums made from recycled household plastic. The Sustainable Development Goals are a universal call to action to end poverty, protect the planet and improve the lives and prospects of everyone, everywhere. Today, progress is being made in many places, but, overall, action to meet the Goals is not yet advancing at the speed or scale required. 2020 needs to usher in a decade of ambitious action to deliver the Goals by 2030.

Our experience with Projects for Peace was fantastic because it allowed us to get involved with the community on a grassroots level and understand how our project would impact surrounding areas.

I've learned so much from working on this project – not just in terms of program development, but also in terms of myself. Traveling to Sierra Leone gave me numerous opportunities to engage with others (teachers, local authorities, university deans, etc) at a professional level, and through that I've discovered how difficult – yet rewarding – it can be to accurately convey your ideas. Our experience with Projects for Peace was fantastic because it allowed us to get involved with the community on a grassroots level and understand how our project would impact surrounding areas.