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Decreasing Violence Through Knowledge

On the Frontlines of Peace

The Unlikely People Who Are Getting It Right

Plenty of books have discussed what has gone wrong when we have tried to resolve conflicts in the past. But what has gone right?

On the Frontlines of Peace tells the stories of the extraordinary individuals and communities that have found an effective way to confront violence. Contrary to what most politicians preach, ending wars may not require billions in aid or massive international interventions. Many successful peacebuilding efforts have involved innovative grassroots initiatives, led by local people and at times supported by foreigners, often using methods the international elite would shun. Drawing on several years of field research in 11 conflict zones around the world, including today’s major hot spots, On the Frontlines of Peace shows that, to end violence from war, we have to change the way we view and build peace.

 

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