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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, pp.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.Nonviolence: Social and Psychological Issues, pp 235-244. Edited by V.K. Kool. Latham, MD: University Press of America.

Dijkstra, Piet. (1986) Peace Brigades International, Gandhi Marg, 8:7.

Eastholm, T. (2015) The South Sudan Weapons Free Zone. Peace Review, 27:1, pp. 31-36.

Eguren, L.E (2015) The Notion of Space in International Accompaniment. Peace Review, 27:1, pp. 18-24.

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, Peacebuilding, 3:3, pp. 297-313.

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, pp. 282-304. Copenhagen: Christian Ejlers, 1975.

Gehrmann, R., Grant, M. and Rose, S. (2015) Australian Unarmed Peacekeepers on Bougainville, 1997–2003. Peace Review, 27:1, pp. 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. (2007) Zones of Peace. Bloomfield, Ct: Kumarian Press.

Janzen, Randy. (2015) Shifting Practices of Peace: What is the current state of Unarmed Civilian Peacekeeping? Peace Studies Journal, 7:3, 2014.

Julian, R. (2020) The Transformative Impact of Unarmed Civilian Peacekeeping. Global Society, 34:1, pp. 99-111.

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

Julian, R. Bliesemann de Guevara, B. and Redhead, R. (2019) From Expert to Experiential Knowledge: Exploring the Inclusion of Local Experiences in Understanding Violence in Conflict. Peacebuilding, 7:2, pp. 210-225.

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. (1981) A World Peace Guard: An Unarmed Agency for Peacekeeping, Academy of Gandhi Studies. 

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, 27:1, pp. 37-42.

Weber, Thomas. (1993) From Maude Royden’s Peace Army to the Gulf Peace Team: An Assessment of Unarmed Interpositionary Peace Forces. Journal of Peace Research 30:1, pp. 45-64.