The Role of Value Systems in Conflict Resolution
ANNOUNCEMENTS, 6 Dec 2021
Author(s): Abbas Aroua, Jean-Nicolas Bitter, Simon J. A. Mason
Editor(s): Niklas Masuhr
Series Editor(s): Brian G. Carlson
Series: CSS Policy Perspectives
Publisher(s): Center for Security Studies (CSS), ETH Zürich
Publication Year: 2021
Understanding, “right-sizing,” and adequately respecting the role of value systems in conflict transformation avoids both over- and under-emphasis. It aims at a better understanding of the interplay between tangible conflict issues and religious or secular value systems, argue Abbas Aroua, Jean-Nicolas Bitter and Simon J. A. Mason in this CSS Policy Perspective.
Abbas Aroua is a medical physicist and adjunct professor at the Faculty of Medicine of the Lausanne University, Switzerland. He is director of the Cordoba Peace Institute Geneva and Convener for the Arab world of the TRANSCEND Network for Peace Development Environment.
Tags: Conflict, Conflict Analysis, Conflict Mediation, Conflict Resolution, Conflict Transformation, Literature, Mediation, Solutions, Values System
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