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Community-Based Peacebuilding: A Case Study in Northern Ireland.

Mika, Harry
June 4, 2015

Source: (2008) The Journal of the Institute of Justice & International Studies. Papers from the February 2008 Conference: Terrorism & Justice — The Balance for Civil Liberties. 8:38-54

Drawing upon a careful assessment of community efforts to reduce paramilitary punishment violence in Loyalist and Republican working class areas of Northern Ireland, this paper explores the impact of former combatants as agents of the peace process.


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