Education in Peace Agreements, 1989–2005

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Dupuy, Kendra (2009) Education in Peace Agreements, 1989–2005, Conflict Resolution Quarterly 26 (2): 149–166.

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Education has been on the minds of peacemakers since the end of the Cold War, contrary to expectations. An examination of how education is addressed in full and partial post-Cold War peace agreements shows that education is mentioned in a large number of the agreements. However, the way in which education is addressed and incorporated into peace agreements varies significantly in terms of what is mandated to occur in the education sector after the signing of the peace agreement, including what kind of education will be provided and to whom and how education is viewed in these agreements.

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