The Initiative for Peacebuilding aims to deepen understanding about complex conflict issues and build important relationships with local actors in Asian and Pacific countries who are leading peacebuilding efforts in our region. By enhancing the availability of expert scholarship and experienced peacebuilding practitioners, the Initiative offers rigorous research into the causes of conflict, capacity to organise and strengthen dialogue amongst a range of stakeholders, and imaginative thinking about means for peacebuilding and conflict prevention.
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From research to action and the spaces in-between: experiences from peacebuilding programs for young people in Cambodia and Uganda.
Tania Miletic, Nikola BALVIN
Book Chapter | 2020
Drawing on contribution analysis (Morton, Research Evaluation 24:405–419, 2015), this chapter outlines two case studies which exam..
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Japan plans to dump a million tonnes of radioactive water into the Pacific. But Australia has nuclear waste problems, too
Tilman Ruff, Margaret Beavis
The Japanese government recently announced plans to release into the sea more than 1 million tonnes of radioactive water from the severely d..
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