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Recent publications

Coy, Patrick G. 2012. Nonpartisanship, interventionism and legality in accompaniment: comparative analyses of Peace Brigades International, Christian Peacemaker Teams, and the International Solidarity Movement.” International Journal of Human Rights 16(7):963-981

Coy, Patrick G. 1997. Cooperative Accompaniment and Peace Brigades International in Sri Lanka.” Pp.81-100 in Transnational Social Movements and Global Politics: Solidarityu Beyond the State, edited by J.Smith, C. Chatfield and R. Pagnucco. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press.

Coy, Patrick G. 1993. Protective Accompaniment: How Peace Brigades International Secures Political Space and Human Rights Nonviolently.” Pp. 235-244 in Nonviolence: Social and Psychological Issues, edited by V.K. Kool. Latham, MD: University Press of America

Dijkstra, Piet. “Peace Brigades International” Gandhi Marg, Vol.8, No. 7, 1986.

Eastholm, T. (2015) The South Sudan Weapons Free Zone. Peace Review Vol 27:1 (2015) pp31-36

Eguren, L.E (2015) The Notion of Space in International Accompaniment. Peace Review Vol 27:1 (2015) pp18-24

Furnari, Ellen (Ed.) Wielding Nonviolence in the Midst of Violence: Case Studies of Good Practices in Unarmed Civilian Protection. Institute for Peacework and Nonviolent Conflict Transformation.

Furnari, E, Oldenhuis, H. and Julian, R. (2015) Securing Space for Local Peacebuilding.

Furnari, E. (2016). Wielding Nonviolence in the Midst of Violence. Pub Institute for Peace Work and Nonviolent Conflict Transformation

Galtung, Johan. Three Approaches to Peace: Peacekeeping, Peacemaking, and Peacebuilding.” In Peace, War, and Defence: Essay in Peace Research. Vol.2, 282-304. Copenhagen: Christian Ejlers, 1975.

Gehrmann, R., Grant, M. and Rose, S. (2015) Australian Unarmed Peacekeepers on Bougainville, 1997–2003. Peace Review. Volume 27, Issue 1, 2015, pages 52-60

Griffin- Nolan, Ed. Witness for Peace: A Story of Resistance. Louisville: Westminister/John Knox Press, 1991

Hancock, Landon E. and C. R. Mitchell. Zones of Peace. Bloomfield, Ct: Kumarian Press, 2007

Janzen, Randy. Shifting Practices of Peace: What is the current state of Unarmed Civilian Peacekeeping?” Peace Studies Journal, Volume 7, Issue 3, 2014.

Julian, R. and Schweitzer, C. (2015) The Origins and Development of Unarmed Civilian Peacekeeping. Peace Review. Volume 27, Issue 1, 2015, pages 1-8

Mahony, L. (2006) Proactive Presence: Field Strategies for Civilian Protection. Centre for Humanitarian Dialogue

Mitchell, C. R., Landon E. Hancock and Inc Ebrary. 2012. Local Peacebuilding and National Peace. London; New York: Continuum

Moser-Puangsuwan, Yeshua and Weber, Thomas (eds) (2000) Nonviolent Intervention Across Borders. A Recurrent VisionHonolulu: Spark M. Matsunaga Institute for Peace.

Schirch, Lisa (2006) Civilian Peacekeeping: Preventing Violence and Making Space for Democracy. Uppsala: Life and Peace

Schweitzer, C. et al (2001) Nonviolent Peaceforce Feasibility Study. Non violet Peaceforce. 

Schweitzer, C. and Clark, H. (2002) Balkan Peace Team – International e.V. A Final Internal Assessment of Its Functioning and Activities Balkan Peace Team/ Bund für Soziale Verteidigung (eds) Minden: Bund Fur Soziale Hintergrund- und Diskussionspapier No. 11

Schweitzer, C. (2012). Nine Years of Nonviolent Peaceforce in Sri Lanka. Brussels : Nonviolent Peaceforce

Schweitzer, Christine (Ed.) (2010) Civilian Peacekeeping – A Barely Tapped ResourceArbeitspapier No. 23, Institute for peace work and Nonviolent Conflict Transformation

Walker Charles C. A World Peace Guard: An Unarmed Agency for Peacekeeping, Academy of Gandhi Studies, 1981.

Wallis, Tim (2010) Best Practice in Nonviolent Peacekeeping in Schweitzer, Christine (Ed.) (2010) Civilian Peacekeeping – A Barely Tapped Resource, Arbeitspapier Nr. 23, Institute for Peacework and Nonviolent Conflict Transformation

Wallis, T. (2015) Saving Lives, Saving Souls. Peace Review Volume 27, Issue 1, 2015, pages 37-42

Weber, Thomas. From Maude Royden’s Peace Army to the Gulf Peace Team: An Assessment of Unarmed Interpositionary Peace Forces.” Journal of Peace Research 30, no. 1. (1993): 45-64.