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International Peace Research Association (IPRA) – Freetown, Sierra Leone, 27th November –1st December 2016
Theme of the Conference: AGENDA FOR PEACE AND DEVELOPMENT: Conflict Prevention, Post-Conflict Transformation, and the Conflict, Disaster and Sustainable Development Debate
The Nonviolence and Peace Movements Commission
In general the Nonviolence and Peace Movements Commission is interested in research papers that further social scientific research on how unarmed movements mobilize and practice nonviolence and civil resistance; specifically with a focus on knowledge that is useful to practitioners, and that advance the pedagogy of nonviolence and peace activism. We see a need to develop concepts, theories, empirical studies within the field, as well as our methodological tools for research.