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Intro to Peacebuilding & Human Security
Transcript of Intro to Peacebuilding & Human Security
Summary of Chapter 1 in
"Conflict Assessment & Peacebuilding Planning"
Intro to Peacebuilding and Human Security
Definition of Peacebuilding
Dimensions of Transformation
Human Security is the goal of Peacebuilding
Links short and long-term
Efforts that directly address the factors driving and mitigating conflict
-Efforts to Coordinate a
Multi-Sector, Multi-level Strategy
Businesses and professional associations
Universities and schools
Journalists and news producers
Media professionals, artists, musicians
Traditional and tribal organizations
Types of Peacebuilding Actors
Development & Governance planners
Monitors & witnesses
Rule setters and referees
(also known as "third side roles")
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Politically Stable Democracy
Safe & Secure Environment
Justice & Rule of Law
Social & Cultural Well-Being
National security and human security overlap. But they are not the same things.
Peacebuilding is a process to foster human security. It can support national security when strategies support the safety of all people and not just some select people or countries.
Links the elements in this cycle: