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June Issue of the Peace & Conflict Monitor

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Dear PCDN community, Announcing the June issue of the…Continue

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May 2012 Issue of the Peace & Conflict Monitor

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Special Latin America Issue of the Peace & Conflict Monitor

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March Issue of the Peace & Conflict Monitor

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The Peace and Conflict Monitor is an online magazine dedicated to informed discussion and peace journalism. We are hosted at the United Nations affiliated Universty for Peace.

Each month, the Peace and Conflict Monitor compiles a distinct array of new editorial content, analysis, news stories, opinion and special features covering national, regional and global issues related to peacebuilding and conflict. Find scholarly articles to help peak your interest and support your career as an academic or practitioner in the field. If you have something you'd like us to publish, send it our way. Submissions to:

Have you written something you would like to be published on the Peace and Conflict Monitor? We are always accepting article contributions of original content relevant to global issues and peace journalism.
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Global, with emphasis on conflict and post-conflict zones.
What is your current country of residence (or location of your organization)?
Costa Rica
What is your current job (and organization) and/or where and what field are you studying?
Peace Journalism
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Alternative Dispute Resolution, Civil Society, Conflict Mainstreaming, Conflict Resolution, Culture, Democratization, Development, Dialogue, Diplomacy, DDR, Economics, Education, Environment, Gender, Human Rights, Humanitarian Relief, Land Issues, Media, Natural Resources, Nonviolence, Peacebuilding, Peacekeeping, Refugees, Rule of Law, Security, Social Entreprenuership, Terrorism, Transparency, Violence Prevention, Youth
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Advocacy, Communication, Research
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The PEACE & CONFLICT MONITOR is not a campaigning publication; instead we trust in the power of balanced opinion, rational attitudes, accurate news and information, and the good sense of the readership to provide an atmosphere whereby our MONITOR can be seen as a valuable and regular source for those who wish to work toward understanding a world all too often riddled with violent conflict, but one, nevertheless, that can be turned into a vastly better world that we all, regardless of geography, nationality, religion, gender or race, deserve.

Generally speaking, we welcome well-written, readable pieces after both a journalistic and an academic pattern. They should be well founded in source material and empirical data. No fees are paid.

We invite interested writers to contribute original pieces (normally not previously published) for publication on the Monitor.
If appropriate feel free to list several of your (or your organization's) publications
Featured for June 2011 on the Peace & Conflict Monitor:

'Miracle on the Han River' Evaluated with the Perspective of Amartya Sen: The Development Case of South Korea
By Hansoal Park

The Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC) and Latin American Integration for the 21st Century Tara Ruttenberg and Gustavo Fuchs

Your Power: An Interview with of Dead Prez Jesaka Saylove

The Absence of Women in the Development of International Law: A Critical Women’s Rights Issue Jerry M’bartee Locula

Reflections on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) RMSED class of 2011


Corporative Governance: United Nations Peace Mission for Congo (MONUC) and the Forces Armée de la République Démocratique du Congo (FARDC) Bulelwa Mukenge

Politics of Transitional Justice Mechanisms from Below: The Case of Somaliland Adam Haji Ali Ahmed

Saudi Women’s Empowerment: Deep pockets, Not Political Activism, is Leading to Independence Rob L. Wagner

Music Has No Boundaries: A Conversation With Emmanuel Jal Jesaka Saylove

The Theory and Practice of Humanitarian Intervention and the Interest of Western Powers: Liberia, Darfur, Rwanda, Iraq, and Libya Jerry M’bartee Locula

Honduras: The Forgotten Coup Gustavo J. Fuchs

Remarks to the General Assembly on Libya Ban Ki-moon

International Women’s Day, 2011: Time to Make the Promise of Equality a Reality Michelle Bachelet, Executive Director, UN Women

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January Issue of the Peace & Conflict Monitor

Posted on January 13, 2012 at 12:51pm 0 Comments

Happy New Year from the Peace & Conflict Monitor!

To help you get back into the swing of things, we have a whole gamut of fresh content on the Peace & Conflict Monitor this month, sure to awaken the brain waves and prepare you for the year ahead. January’s featured articles range from international law perspectives on Palestine’s strategic bid for UN full membership, the international Arms Trade Treaty and prosecution of high-level crimes committed during the…


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