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Contribution of Inter-State Organizations and International Non-Governmental Organizations to Peacekeeping Process: Cases from CIS and Balkans Region

Student: Yuliya Shulga

Supervisor: Sergey Parkhomenko

Faculty: Faculty of Social Sciences

Educational Programme: Political Analysis and Public Policy (Master)

Final Grade: 7

Year of Graduation: 2017

Actual Master dissertation discusses an increasing and emerging role of International Nongovernmental organizations (iNGO) in the development of peace-building activities in polyethnic societies. Actual paper focuses on the role of iNGO in conflict resolution and reconstruction in post-conflict period with an comparison of tools, activities, best practices used by Inter-State Organizations (UN, OSCE, etc) and iNGOs. iNGOs are relatively new actors in the peacekeeping process. However states, intergovernmental organizations delegate to humanitarian, human rights NGOs the role of peacemaker. As actors of peacekeeping NGOs develop new ways, new approaches to conflict resolution due to their growing link with international organizations. They can express the interests of local ethnic societies, defend their interests, promote independent expertise as think-tank and be an indicator of ethnic tension in societies.

Full text (added May 16, 2017)

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