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The everyday of peace keeping

Conflict Resolution
Political Violence
Peace
INN336
Jutta Bakonyi
Durham University

Building: A, Floor: 3/F, Room: SR8

Friday 08:00 - 09:45 (26/08/2022)


Abstract

Peacekeeping is under critique. Peacekeepers follow increasingly complex mandates and peacekeepers are often simultaneously required to fight armed groups, protect civilians, build roads and states, train security forces and provide initial humanitarian support. While research has accounted for many challenges and shortcomings of peacekeeping, we know little about the everyday practices of peacekeeping and how peacekeepers themselves straddle their responsibilities and experience their tasks. This panel calls for papers that examine peacekeeping practices from different perspectives: the peacekeepers, the host country (government, civilians, security sector), the troop contributing countries, the civilians supposed to be protected or those who train peacekeepers.

Title Details
To Protect or Not to Protect: Analysis of the United Nation’s Language in Peacekeeping Mandates View Paper Details
Winning Hearts and Minds: Leveraging Soft Power in Peacekeeping View Paper Details
Protection and Military Peacekeeping: A comparison of protection experiences in the DRC and Somalia View Paper Details
Learn as you fail? How Police Organizations Learn in and about Peacebuilding View Paper Details