Essays about: "conflict resolution"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 134 essays containing the words conflict resolution.

  1. 1. ‘Exploring the Nexus between Framing and Conflict Resolution’: The Rohingya Conflict and the Limitations of the ‘ASEAN Way’

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Institutionen för globala studier

    Author : Miroslava Grausová; [2020-10-08]
    Keywords : ASEAN; Conflict Resolution; Document Analysis; Framing; Rohingya Conflict;

    Abstract : The central aim of this study is to explore ASEAN’s approach to the resolution of the Rohingyaconflict between 2017-2020. The approach of the Association to the resolution of the conflictis investigated through a thorough analysis of the body’s “frame package” – a cluster of implicitand explicit frames applied by the Association to convey its perception on the conflict and thepaths to its resolution. READ MORE

  2. 2. Imagining the Commune - Democratic confederalist approaches to law and conflict resolution

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Juridiska institutionen

    Author : Miran Kakaee; [2020-04-14]
    Keywords : Legal plurism; regulations of social relations; restorative justice; democratic confederalism; self-administration;

    Abstract : In the midst of an ongoing civil war, the people of North and East Syria have been building society based on the ideas of direct-democratic and decentralized self-administration. Differently put, they have embraced the principles and ideas of democratic confederalism, which is the political ideology developed by PKK founder Abdullah Öcalan. READ MORE

  3. 3. Using Conservation Conflict Transformation as a Framework to Address Social Conflict Over Wildlife in a Swedish County

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Institutionen för globala studier

    Author : Juliana Theresa Bennett; [2020-02-18]
    Keywords : Sweden; Västra Götalands län; Large Carnivore Management; Human-Wildlife Conflicts; Conservation Conflict Transformation;

    Abstract : In Europe, and throughout the world, the return and preservation of large carnivores isescalating tensions between stakeholder groups, as well as between local actors andauthorities. While wolf conservation efforts have generally been accepted across Swedishauthorities, nature organizations, and the public, there are others who argue that thepreservation of wolves is threatening local values and traditions. READ MORE

  4. 4. Exhibiting Performing Subjects : Curating Outsourced Performance Labour in Museum Settings

    University essay from Stockholms universitet/Institutionen för kultur och estetik

    Author : Anne Vigeland; [2020]
    Keywords : Performance art; performance curation; art museum; affective labour; outsourced labour; de-skilling re-skilling; reperformance; Marina Abramović; Dora García;

    Abstract : The thesis examines challenges museum curators face when outsourced performers – whose role it is to embody the work of other artists – are included in exhibition projects. The research questions are: What are the practical, juridical and ethical challenges that come with situating outsourced performance labour in the museum setting? What does the inclusion of live performance in exhibition projects mean for the role of the museum curator? Two exhibition cases in Stockholm are studied in the thesis: Marina Abramović – The Cleaner (2017) at Moderna Museet and Dora García, I Always Tell the Truth at Bonniers Konsthall (2018–19). READ MORE

  5. 5. The EU’s Constraints in Involvement of the Post- Soviet Frozen Conflicts : (A Comparative Case Study on the Nagorno-Karabakh, Abkhazia and South Ossetia Conflicts)

    University essay from Linköpings universitet/Statsvetenskap

    Author : Mahira Mukhtarova; [2020]
    Keywords : Frozen Conflicts; the South Caucasus; EU constraints; Normative Power Europe and Neorealism.;

    Abstract : This thesis examines constraints of the EU’s engagement in the frozen conflicts of the South Caucasus, namely, the Abkhazia, the South Ossetia, and the Nagorno-Karabakh conflicts. The study begins with a puzzle in which the EU’s ambition for prioritizing the resolution of frozen conflicts mismatches with the reality related to the status quo of frozen conflicts. READ MORE