Building and using datasets on armed conflicts

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Statementedited by Mayeul Kauffmann.
GenreCongresses.
SeriesNATO science for peace and security series -- v. 36
ContributionsKauffmann, Mayeul., North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Public Diplomacy Division.
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LC ClassificationsQA76.9.D32 N38 2008
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ISBN 101586038478
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Abstract. In this chapter I first present a brief overview of the different datasets on armed conflict that are available. I then provide a preliminary typology which attempts to place various types of collective violence in context to each other (civil war, interstate war, terrorism, genocide, communal conflict, etc.).

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Share. Info; Cover; Editor Kauffmann, M. Pub. date May Pages Binding hardcover Volume 36 of NATO Science for Peace and Security Series - E:. to Use the Media for Conflict Prevention and Peacebuilding Issue Building and using datasets on armed conflicts book 6 December The Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict c/o European Centre for Conflict Prevention Laan van Meerdervoort 70 AN Den Haag The Netherlands Tel.: + 31 70 Fax: + 31 70 [email protected] This dataset provides information on specific start- and end- dates for conflict activity and means of termination for each conflict episode.

The data is available as a conflict-level dataset which corresponds with the UCDP/PRIO Armed Conflict Dataset v4 –and a dyad-level dataset which corresponds with the UCDP Dyadic Dataset v1 – The Uppsala Conflict Data Program (UCDP) is the world’s main provider of data on organized violence and the oldest ongoing data collection project for civil war, with a history of almost 40 years.

Its definition of armed conflict has become the global standard of how conflicts. "includes protests, riots, strikes, inter-communal conflict, government violence against civilians, and other forms of social conflict not systematically tracked in other conflict datasets.

SCAD currently includes information on over 7, social conflict events from to ". Armed Conflict Dataset (+) in conflict-year and dyad-year versions; geo-referenced event dataset, coding individual events of organized violence down to the village level and by day (+).

Also includes a "conflict polygons" dataset showing the geographical spread of conflict. separate conflict onset and termination datasets (+). The lectures, and this book, clarify concepts and theories. Artists and sculptors would have called them sketches.

They are working books. I wanted as fresh a start as possible, based on intuitions and brushes with reality, not readings and academic discussions only, however indispensable. Not building primarily on others there are no references. Data on Armed Conflict. PRIO has been involved in the collection of a number of datasets on armed conflicts, including among others the UCDP/PRIO Armed Conflict Dataset for.

the importance of building local capacity for using mediation to address conflicts. One way of contributing to that is through knowledge-sharing – by producing useful and practical materials which can provide basic information about understanding, negotiating and mediating conflicts to supplement local knowledge and contextual familiarity.

Overview. Armed conflicts – wars – continue to cause death, displacement and suffering on a massive scale. Numerous armed conflicts are currently taking place around the world including those involving warring parties within a single state (non-international armed conflicts) and those involving armed forces from two or more states (international armed conflicts).

Conflict Management: A Literature Review and Study • Management of conflict is extremely important for the effective functioning of organizations and for the personal, cultural, and social development of individuals.

The manner in which the conflict is managed can cause more tension in the situation rather than the conflict itself. Internally displaced persons, new displacement associated with conflict and violence (number of cases) Intentional homicides (perpeople) Presence of peace keepers (number of troops, police, and military observers in mandate).

The Uppsala Conflict Data Program (UCDP) has recorded ongoing violent conflicts since the s. The data provided is one of the most accurate and well-used data-sources on global armed conflicts and its definition of armed conflict is becoming a standard in how conflicts.

UN peacekeepers frequently operate in highly volatile areas with conflict. While our military and police peacekeepers work to protect civilians, stabilize conflict zones and strengthen rule of law, many other peacekeepers work to strengthen social and civic conditions necessary for peace.

Peacekeepers help strengthen national and sub-national institution to address the root. The recent crisis started as a political conflict with General Michel Djotodia taking over power in and turned into an ethnic and religious conflict between the mainly Muslim Séléka rebel.

Open Call for Special Issue of the Journal of Peace Research. JPR publishes annual special issues on topics of high relevance to the field of peace research, and is now soliciting proposals for the special welcome issues on topics that significantly advance the research frontier of the field, with a focus on causes and consequences of violence, conflict prevention and.

During the mids, peacekeepers found themselves deployed in internal conflicts, in which the civilian population frequently became the target of attacks.

Missions like UNAMIR in Rwanda and UNPROFOR in the former Yugoslavia were faced with systematic attacks on civilians that peacekeepers were ill-prepared to address.

These conflicts, as well as those in Somalia, Sierra. Book Description. An authoritative source of information on violent conflicts and peacebuilding processes around the world, Peace and Conflict is an annual publication of the University of Maryland’s Center for International Development and Conflict Management and the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies (Geneva).

The contents of the edition are divided into. parts of the Horn of Africa remain unable to break free of armed conflicts, violent crime, communal violence, extremism, political instability and state failures that have plagued the region for decades. Most of the region‘s zones of armed conflicts and instability today.

LOAC PPT 2, Introduction to the Law of Armed Conflict - 15 9. Respect civilian property. Do not loot or steal. Respect women. Do not commit or permit rape or sexual abuse against anyone. Ensure children have the aid and care they require.

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Never recruit children into your armed forces or use. The chapter examines the distinction between international and non-international armed conflicts as well as the distinction between armed conflicts and situations of violence that do not qualify as armed conflicts.

of those legal concepts that are relevant to an undertanding of the case studies discussed in the other chapters of the book. protection for women in armed conflict and to strengthen women’s contribution to peace processes and to rebuilding their communities.

Over the course of one year, during andwe travelled to many of the world’s conflicts. Focusing on the impact of armed conflict on women and women’s role. SIPRI has published hundreds of books, reports, fact sheets, background papers and policy briefs since its first book appeared in Oxford University Press publishes and distributes some SIPRI publication series.

Other are available to download or buy directly from SIPRI. SIPRI publications aim to provide policymakers, researchers, the media and the interested public with reliable. Wars and armed conflicts with highest estimated death tolls ofor more Main article: List of wars by death toll This section lists all wars in which the highest estimated casualties exceedthis includes deaths of both soldiers, civilians, etc from causes both directly and indirectly caused by the war, which includes combat.

For some figures and examples, see S. Brownmiller, Against Our Will: Men, Women and Rape (), at 31; Chinkin, ‘Rape and Sexual Abuse of Women in International Law’, 5 EJIL ()at ; Copelon, ‘Surfacing Gender: Re-engraving Crimes Against Women in Humanitarian Law’, 5 Hastings Women's LJ ()at –4; J.G.

Gardam and M.J. Jarvis, Women, Armed Conflict and. socio-economic development. While many factors contribute to creating conflicts, this study claims that African conflicts are mainly as a result of ‘poverty rooted on political corruption’. Gurr and Marshall () argue that most African conflicts are caused by the combination of poverty and weak states and institutions, and these have had a.Water-Related Conflict: Conflicts arising between two or more parties holding competing claims over a water resource, its allocation, or its use.

(oECD DAC, ) Violent Conflict: A dispute between a minimum of two or more parties in which physical force is exerted for the purpose of inflicting injury or damage upon one’s adversaries. Women can be either victims of conflict or agents of peace building.

Many a time, women have averted conflicts and have been responsible for resolving conflicts. Peacebuilding needs the involvement of women. During violent conflicts and wars women are forced to assume new roles as heads of families, providers, combatants, and freedom fighters.