Enhancing UK Capacity for Handling Conflict: The Rationale for a UK Civilian Peace Service download epub
by Timmon Wallis,Mareike Junge
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I UK-based Organisations working on the ground in situations of conflict. These are listed by category for convenience only - many organisations work in a range of areas and would not necessarily categorise themselves in this way. Development. 5. Media, Democratisation and Elections. Centre for Democracy & Development (CDD). Electoral Reform International Services (ERIS). European Centre for War, Peace and the News Media. Institute for War & Peace Reporting (IWPR). Local Government International Bureau.
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Tim Wallis and Mareike Junge, Peaceworkers UK. Draft version 12/11/01. Examination of the different civilian peace service models in Europe provides a useful starting point for exploring how we could enhance capacities for handling conflict here in the UK. Most UK NGOs working in this field agree that more coordination and cooperation could help to increase the effectiveness of civilian deployments in conflict situations. There is a concern, however, that increasing civilian capacities should not be at the expense of standards and quality control in the field.
Wallis, Wallis and Mareike Junge 2002, Enhancing UK Capacity for Handling Conflict: The Rationale for a UK Civilian Peace. This paper is based on a talk I was invited to give in 2016 at Kent Law School's Centre for Critical International Law (CeCIL), UK. I am revising it for publication. It examine the relationship between the field of Global Constitutionalism and the Global South.
They are protecting civilians and they are helping peace processes be implemente. t is important to recognize the added value of peacekeeping and what we bring to the societies and nations that are destabilized. Watch: 'Protecting civilians a central mission for UN peacekeepers. Protecting civilians 'central mission' for UN peacekeepers.
The most developed set of proposals for standing peacekeeping capacities have been the series of proposals for a United Nations Emergency Peace Service (UNEPS) and have evolved to include force capacities for protection, security, health and hope (Langille, Preparing for a UN emergency peace service.
The United Kingdom (UK) makes significant political and financial .
The United Kingdom (UK) makes significant political and financial contributions to United Nations (UN) peace operations but it has not deployed many of its own uniformed personnel as peacekeepers since the mid-1990s. This report supports an enhanced role for Britain in UN peace operations and sets out a case for greater engagement in four main sections. First, we briefly summarise current UK policy towards UN peace operations. A third form of UK contributions is assistance and capacity-building initiatives used to support other troop- and police-contributing countries (T/PCCs).
Handling conflict is a skill that anyone can develop just by taking the time to ask some key questions and also by not making assumptions about what other people might be thinking or feeling. Is Conflict Unavoidable? It is unrealistic to expect that you will never have to handle some kind of conflict in the workplace.
Category: Politics & Social Sciences
Subcategory: Politics & Government
Publisher: Peaceworkers UK (April 1, 2002)
Pages: 80 pages