States Academic Press
Political Science - Political Science
Peace refers to a state of communal friendship and harmony that exists in the absence of violence and animosity. Peacebuilding is a lengthy process that involves reshaping institutions, encouraging communication among people or entities, and mending relationships. It tries to resolve injustice through peaceful solutions and change the structural conditions that lead to conflict. Peacebuilding becomes strategic when it spans a long period of time and across all levels of society to form and maintain relations between people on a local as well as global scale. It entails a multifaceted set of approaches to lower the risk of a lapse or relapse into conflict by addressing both the causes and effects of conflict. Power-based work, compassion-based work, and rights-based work are the fundamental components of peacebuilding. This book is compiled in such a manner, that it will provide an in-depth knowledge about the global dynamics of peacebuilding. Its extensive content provides the readers with a thorough understanding of the subject.