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From Conflicts
to Development

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C ivilian crisis management is widely debated. What does it actually mean? Some answers are offered in this book, written by experts in civilian crisis management from the General Secretariat of the Council of the European Union, Finnish state institutions, and non-governmental organisations.

Born out of an initiative by the Civil Society Conflict Prevention Network (KATU) and Committee of 100 in Finland, the book is useful for civil servants, researchers and politicians, as well as students and NGO activists. It analyses the history of the European Union civilian crisis management, its current state and future challenges.

Publication details

Editors: Senja Korhonen, Johanna Sumuvuori

Cover and Layout: Simo Hellsten

Committee of 100 in Finland
KATU — Civil Society Conflict Prevention Network

Printed by: Gummerus Kirjapaino Oy, Jyvaskylä 2006

ISBN-10: 951-9372-26-1 (print)
ISBN-10: 951-9372-27-X (pdf)
ISBN-13: 978-951-9372-26-6 (print)
ISBN-13: 978-951-9372-27-3 (pdf)

From Conflicts to Development
– An Introduction to EU Civilian Crisis Management

Foreword

Say Yes to Civilian Crisis Management


Introduction

European Union Civilian Crisis Management: History and Concepts

The First Six Years of Civilian Crisis Management

Narrow and Broad Interpretation of the Priority Areas in Civilian Crisis Management

A Dozen Interpretations of Civilian Crisis Management

European Union Civilian Crisis Management: Current State

Many Missions
— Small Budget

Strengthening Rule of Law in Georgia

Kosovo — Challenge to EU Civilian Crisis Management

Through Training to Cutting Edge Crisis Management

Civilian Crisis Management Training — Useful or Not?

Reflections on Conflicts and Development

Strengths and Weaknesses of EU Civilian Crisis Management

European Union Civilian Crisis Management: Further Development

Civilian Crisis Management in a Multilateral Context

Parlamentarians in Preventing Crises

Nonviolent Peaceforce — Helping Locals in Crisis

Non-governmental Organisation's Know-how in Crisis Management

Disarmament, Demobilisation and Reintegration: New Field for Civilian Crisis Management

Peace through Development Policy

Conflict Sensitivity as a Framework for Developing Civilian Crisis Management

European Union Civilian Crisis Management: Challenges for the Future

Annexes

Acronyms

Contributors

List of References


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