Hybrid Peacemaking- Building National Infrastructures for Peace

2011. Author: Chetan Kumar and Jos De la Haye

The authors of this paper explore how developing infrastructures for peace constitutes a distinctive method of hybrid peacemaking. The examples highlighted in this paper, in Guyana, Bolivia, Ghana, Kenya, Ecuador-Colombia, Kyrgystan, Sierra Leone, Lesotho and Timor-Leste, demonstrate that it is possible to equip national and local actors to resolve conflicts, prevent violence, and build consensus over contentious issues in an inclusive and credible manner.

  • Bolivia , Ecuador , Ghana , Guyana , Kenya , Kyrgyzstan , Sierra Leone , Lesotho , Timor-Leste
  • Africa , Europe and CIS , Americas
  • Infrastructures for Peace
  • Research/Lessons Learned
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