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    Understanding Peacebuilding in Derry/Londonderry, Northern Ireland.Sean Byrne & Ashleigh Cummer - 2019 - Journal for Peace and Justice Studies 29 (2):65-85.
    Two qualitative data sets from 2010 and 2016 are compared to explore the respondents’ perceptions of peacebuilding in the wake of the 1998 Belfast Agreement and the ensuing peace process. Fifty-two Civil Society Organization leaders from Londonderry/Derry were interviewed during the summer of 2010 to delve into their perceptions of the BA, and building cross community contact through peacebuilding and reconciliation processes. The International Fund for Ireland and the European Union Peace Fund funded these respondents CSO peacebuilding projects. They held (...)
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    Peacebuilding Interventions.Ane Cristina Figueiredo, Calum Dean & Sean Byrne - 2018 - Journal for Peace and Justice Studies 28 (2):89-111.
    This article examines the perceptions and experiences of 120 participants interviewed in Northern Ireland and the Border Counties in 2010 regarding community peacebuilding, and the future of community-based projects. The respondents shared their thoughts on the projects and program initiatives funded by the European Union Peace and Reconciliation or Peace III Fund and the International Fund for Ireland. They discussed the impacts of external aid on the community peacebuilding process as well as the long-term sustainability of projects. This study explores (...)
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    Cultural Politics Through the Eyes of Mohajir Women.Saad A. Khan & Sean Byrne - 2018 - Journal for Peace and Justice Studies 28 (2):137-156.
    This article draws on qualitative research to examine Mohajir women’s construction of and understanding of their ethnopolitical Mohajir identity in the port city of Karachi, Pakistan, The Mohajir identity is constructed around a shared language amongst individuals with historically diverse backgrounds, and has proven to be a potent yet divisive ethnopolitical identity. The article argues that in order to assuage the grievances of the Mohajirs, sociopolitical steps such as elimination of the job quota system must be taken by the government (...)
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