WOSCAP research published in Peacebuilding Journal
The results of the WOSCAP project have been published in the academic journal Peacebuilding. The following articles are now available in open access:
Mary Martin, Vesna Bojicic-Dzelilovic & Linda Benraïs
From policy to action: assessing the European Union's approach to inclusive mediation and dialogue support in Georgia and Yemen
Véronique Dudouet, Alia Eshaq, Ekaterine Basilaia & Nana Macharashvili
Decentralising power: building inclusive peace? The European Union's support to governance reform in Eastern Ukraine
Vesna Bojicic-Dzelilovic & Mary Martin
Bracing the wind and riding the norm life cycle: inclusive peacebuilding in the European capacity building mission in Sahel–Mali (EUCAP Sahel–Mali)
Coordinating international interventions in complex settings. An analysis of the EU peace and state-building efforts in post-independence Kosovo
Chris van der Borgh, Puck le Roy & Floor Zweerink
Georg Frerks & Toon Dirkx
Peacebuilding is a peer-reviewed international, comparative, multidisciplinary journal open to articles on making peace in contemporary and historical cases of conflict-affected societies. It aims to provide in-depth analyses of the ideologies, philosophies, interests, and policies that underpin programmes and initiatives designed to build peace, security, and order, and to connect with debates being held by policymakers, civil society, scholars and students. The journal interest includes critical interrogations of international and local, formal and informal, peace processes, peacebuilding, mediation, peacekeeping and peace-enforcement, development, and statebuilding.
Improving EU Peacebuilding & Conflict Prevention
Why is Local Ownership to Peacebuilding Important?
Mary Martin on the Whole-of-Society Approach