The Long Road to Peace: Unresolved issues of violence and nonviolence in Northern Ireland

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Abstract

The definition of peace as non-violence and the aim of coexistence are critical concepts in the literature of peace-building. In Northern Ireland the transformation of an antagonistic paradigm into reconciliation has been both centrally present and elusive. The reasons behid this and the opportunities for change both need to be explored and challenged.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationNonviolent Co-existence: Moving communities beyond fear, suspicion and the weapons of war
EditorsKumar Rupesinghe, Gayathri Fernando
Place of PublicationColombo, Sri Lanka
PublisherFoundation for Coexistence
Pages219-229
ISBN (Print)978-955-1358-14-3
Publication statusPublished - 16 Aug 2007

Keywords

  • Coexistence
  • Peace
  • nonviolence

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    Morrow, D. (2007). The Long Road to Peace: Unresolved issues of violence and nonviolence in Northern Ireland. In K. Rupesinghe, & G. Fernando (Eds.), Nonviolent Co-existence: Moving communities beyond fear, suspicion and the weapons of war (pp. 219-229). Foundation for Coexistence.