Collaborative Conflict Transformation in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Collaborative Conflict Transformation in Bosnia and Herzegovina

In light of the protests in Bosnia and Herzegovina, TransConflict is bringing forward the piloting of an initiative which lays the foundations for collaborative conflict transformation by facilitating the sharing of perspectives on conflict.

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Using innovative collaborative technologies, TransConflict aims to provide the means through which peacebuilding practitioners, academics and enthusiasts alike can share their respective insights on conflict. Through the below links – which can be edited by anyone – TransConflict hopes to develop a comprehensive overview of conflict in Bosnia and Herzegovina – its background, current situation and proposals for conflict transformation.

Collaborative Conflict Transformation – Bosnia and Herzegovina

1) Conflict Background
2) Conflict Analysis
3) Conflict Transformation
4) Case Studies

TransConflict greatly values your feedback regarding this initiative, particularly in terms of relevance and ease of use, and welcomes your ideas for how to further improve Collaborative Conflict Transformation, with a view to focusing on a wider number of countries.

To contribute to other Collaborative Conflict Transformation case studies, please visit:

Northern Ireland

Should you have any questions about Collaborative Conflict Transformation, please use the comment function provided below or contact TransConflict by clicking here.

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