Children as zones of peace this report has focused on the increasingly damaging impact of warfare on children on children as victims and combatants on the ways in which international conventions have been flouted and on the prospects for further deterioration as more and more states dissolve into sites of chronic violence. A zone of peace is then defined as a discrete geographical region of the world in which a group of states have maintained peaceful relations among themselves for a period of at least thirty years. Zones of peace is a region wide interfaith movement of churches synagogues mosques other houses of worship schools and community based organizations working to address the root causes of violence and make us safer in the communities where we live work and play. The theory and practice of sanctuary from asylia to local zones of peace christopher mitchell the nature structure and variety peace zones landon e hancock and pushpa iyer peace zones in the philippines kevin avruch and roberto s jose islands in the stream a comparative analysis of zones of peace within colombias civil war . Zones of peace is an important step toward understanding the lessons and possibilities of citizen conflict resolution adam isacson center for international policy a comprehensive compendium of experiences and reflections relevant to the current search for peaceful alternatives in the midst of armed conflict
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