Bibliography UniversitÚ de Stendhal

Séance 1 : Conflict Analysis and conflict transformation
  • Fischer, S. et al., Chapter 2 « Tools for conflict analysis » and Chapter 3 « Critical issues» in Working with Conflict, skills and strategies for action, Zed books 2000
  • Anderson, Mary B. Do No Harm, Chapter 3 « Characteristics of Conflict Areas » in How aid can support peace - or war, Rienner publishers, 1999

Séance 2 : « Do no harm », des outils pour s'assurer que l'aide ne renforce pas les conflits.

  • Anderson, Mary B. Do No Harm, Chapter 4 « Aid's Impacts on Conflict through Resource Transfers » and Chapter 5 « Implicit ethical messages» in How aid can support peace - or war, Rienner publishers, 1999
 Optional Reading
  • India, The Harmony Project of the St. Xavier's Social Service Society, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, Croatia, Reconciliation Across Borders: An Experiment in Croatia

  • Tajikistan, Food for Work for Rebuilding Homes in Khatlon Province, Tajikistan: A Project of Save the Children Federation

  • Afghanistan, Norwegian Church Aid and Norwegian Refugee Council Afghanistan/Pakistan Georgia, International Assistance to Civilians: The Abkhaz-Georgian Civil War

  • Burundi, ICRC in Burundi

  • Lebanon, SAWA/Education for Peace: Uniting Lebanon's Children and Youth During War

  • Somalia, Save the Children Federation (USA) in Lower Shabelle (Somalia)

  • Mozambique, Reintegration Efforts in a Post-War Context: The Activities of the Danish Refugee Council and the Norwegian Refugee Council in Mozambique

  • Cambodia, Repatriation in Safety and Dignity? Reintegration and Rehabilitation Activities of the International Catholic Migration Committee in Cambodia

  • Guatemala, Blessed are the Spacemakers: Constructing Peace and Peace Processes in Conflictual Situations. A Case Study of Guatemala 1976-1996

 

Séance 3: Conflict transformation, the example of South Africa

  • Mandela, Nelson « An ideal for which I am prepared to die » in MacArthur, Brian, The Penguin Book of Twentieth Century Speeches, London, Penguin Books 1999
  • Lederach , John Paul and Maiese, Michelle « Conflict Transformation  », Beyond intractibility

Optional Reading

    Politics of Reconciliation in South Africa
  • Krog, Antjie, Country of my skull, 1998
  • Sparks, A., Tomorrow is another country: the inside story of South Africa's negotiated settlement, Jonathan Ball Publishers, 1995
    South Africa, a country transformed?
  • Gumede, W. M., Thabo Mbeki and the battle for the soul of the ANC, Zebra Press, 2007
  • Mbembe, A. South Africa's second coming : the Nongqawuse syndrome, Open Democracy, 14 June 2006,


Séance 4: Ending violent conflict

  • Ramsbothan, Miall and Woodhouse, Chapter 6 « Ending Violent Conflict » in Contemporary Conflict Resolution, Polity Press, 2005 p. 152-169


Séance 5: Turning points, sticking points and spoilers

  • Ramsbothan, Miall and Woodhouse, Chapter 6 « Ending Violent Conflict » in Contemporary Conflict Resolution, Polity Press, 2005 p. 169-184
  • Film: Israel et les Arabes 1948-1996


Séance 6: Presentations

  • Raftopoulos, Brian « Zimbabwe's multilayered crisis », CMI Brief; June 2010 Vol 9 No 3


Séance 7: A cultural analysis of conflict, the perpetuation of myths

  • Film: To revenge but one of my eyes (Avi Mograbi)


Séance 8 :  Non-violent communication

  • Rosenburg, Marshal, Non-violent communication

 

Optional Reading for the Course

  • Väyrynen, R. "To settle or to transform? Perspectives on the Resolution of National and International Conflicts" in New Directions in Conflict Theory, International Social Science Council, Sage Publications, London, 1991 (paper copy)