Integrated Peacebuilding addresses the importance of weaving peacebuilding methods into diverse sectors including development, humanitarian assistance, gender, business, media, health, and the environment - areas where such work is needed the most. Incorporating peacebuilding approaches in these fields is critical for transforming today's protracted conflicts into tomorrow's sustainable peace. Covering both theory and practice, Dr. Zelizer and his team of leading academics and practitioners present original essays discussing the infrastructure of the peacebuilding field (outlining key actors, donors, and underlying motivations) as well as the ethical dilemmas created by modern conflict. Exploring both the challenges and lessons to be found in this emerging field, Integrated Peacebuilding is perfect for courses on peacebuilding, conflict resolution, international development, and related fields.
Table of Contents
List of Tables and Figures Preface Acknowledgments Contributors SECTION ONE Integrated Peacebuilding and the Peacebuilding Business chapter 1: Introduction to Integrated Peacebuilding Craig Zelizer and Valerie Oliphant chapter 2: The Business of Peacebuilding Craig Zelizer SECTION TWO Sectoral Approaches to Integrated Peacebuilding chapter 3: International Development and Peacebuilding Andria Wisler chapter 4: Humanitarian Assistance and Peacebuilding Mike Jobbins chapter 5: Gender and Peacebuilding Evelyn Thornton and Tobie Whitman chapter 6: Peacebuilding and the Private Sector Shawn MacDonald chapter 7: Religion and Peacebuilding Qamar-ul Huda and Katherine Marshall chapter 8: Environmental Change and Peacebuilding Ashley Laura McArthur chapter 9: Security and Peacebuilding Sam Feigenbaum, Rachel Goldberg, and Rhea Vance-Cheng chapter 10: Media and Peacebuilding J. P. Singh chapter 11: Health and Peacebuilding Paul Charlton chapter 12: The Rule of Law and Peacebuilding Brian A. Kritz chapter 13: Conclusion Craig Zelizer Appendix A: Key Resources for Integrated Peacebuilding Glossary Index