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Anisa Doty

is an independent researcher and PhD student at the Department of Political Science and International Relations at the University of Tampere and Network Coordinator at the Service Centre for Development Cooperation KEPA.


Oskari Eronen

is Consultant on DDR to the Ministry of the Interior.


Anna Halonen

is Project Coordinator for Finnish Eurobaltic activities at Aleksanteri Institute, the Finnish Centre for Russian and East-European Studies at the University of Helsinki.


Antti Häikiö

is National Coordinator for Civilian Crisis Management Training, Research and Evaluation at the Ministry of the Interior.


Tiina Jortikka-Laitinen

is Counsellor and works at the Unit for Civilian Crisis Management at the Ministry for Foreign Affairs.


Helinä Kokkarinen

is National Expert of Civilian Administration from Finland seconded to the Unit of Civilian Crisis Management at the General Secretariat of the Council of the European Union.


Senja Korhonen

is Project Manager for Civilian Crisis Management at Civil Society Conflict Prevention Network.


Mikaeli Langinvainio

is a student of Political Science at the University of Jyväskylä. He has worked as peacekeeper in Kosovo in 2002–2003.


Mika-Markus Leinonen

is Counsellor at the Permanent Mission of Finland to the EU and representative of Finland in CIVCOM.


Katrin Lindén

is Consultant on DDR to the Ministry of the Interior.


Laura Lodenius

is Executive Director of Peace Union of Finland.


Anne Palm

is Secretary General of Civil Society Conflict Prevention Network.


Markus Peltola

has worked as Project Secretary for Small Arms and Light Weapons at Civil Society Conflict Prevention Network.


Kristiina Rintakoski

is Director of Conflict Prevention and Crisis Response Programme at Crisis Management Initiative.


Alessandro Rossi

is Nonviolent Peaceforce's European Coordinator.


Leena Schmidt

is Executive Director of UNIFEM Association of Finland.


Johanna Sumuvuori

is Secretary General of the Committee 100 of Finland.


Kalevi Suomela

is Chairman of Peace Union of Finland.


Kalle Sysikaski

is Coordinator of Southeast Asia Group of Committee of 100 in Finland. He has served as human rights and elections observer in different conflict areas.

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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