Beyond Violence: Conflict Resolution Process in Northern Ireland

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After almost thirty years of bloody conflict, the opposing parties in Northern Ireland signed the "Good Friday Agreement" in 1998, a document that specifies how to share power, thus bringing to an end the fighting that had claimed so many lives. What were the processes of conflict resolution that enabled Northern Ireland to move beyond violence and agree to such a settlement? Mari Fitzduff was involved in many of these processes and was a close observer of the others. Drawing on her extensive experience, she outlines the ...

Beyond Violence: Conflict Resolution Process in Northern Ireland 2002, United Nations University Press

ISBN-13: 9789280810783

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