Draft Principles of Conflict Transformation

Dear All,


TransConflict is pleased to present a new draft document, entitled the 'Principles of Conflict Transformation', which we hope will contribute to the conceptual debate about conflict transformation. The draft is available by clicking on the following link:




TransConflict is distributing this document as a draft in order to offer you the chance to propose recommendations for additions and/or amendments. To share your ideas, please either use the comment function provided or contact us by email. A final version of the Principles will be presented in the new year.


It is envisaged that this document will eventually form the basis of a Global Coalition for Conflict Transformation (GCCT), further provisional information about which is available at:




We again welcome any suggestions that you may have at this stage regarding the proposed GCCT, which we hope to formally launch in early-2012, plus organizations from around the world whom we can potentially invite to join the Coalition.


We would also be grateful if you could share information about these respective initiatives with your colleagues and counterparts. Should you have any questions, or require further information, please do not hesitate to contact us.


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Kind regards,



Ian Bancroft


Executive Director, TransConflict

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Tags: Conflict, management, peacebuilding, resolution, violence, war


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Comment by TransConflict on December 7, 2011 at 4:03am

Many thanks for your recommendations! We welcome any suggestions that you - or anyone else - may have regarding how we can better clarify and enhance point 15?

Comment by Gladys Tiffany on December 7, 2011 at 1:25am

Very interesting set of principles.  I'd really like to see number 15 have a more thorough discussion. It's a key piece, and isn't very clear.

Comment by Apong Suganda on December 6, 2011 at 1:47pm

i spent almos 23 years, to transform of my life in conflict into peace, transforming our world conflict

could be more easy, because involving so many professional people, so many countries.

i also, will offer to every gentelmen to read  the history of transforming of my conflict self into peace of true self. but not to day

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