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«Nonviolent Peaceforce Director: Mel Duncan 801 Front Ave. St. Paul, MN 55103, U.S.A (++1)-651-487-0800 info ...»

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- this is a draft paper which is not decided upon by the European Network nor any of its national participants.

1 Operative Details 2 General Intention of CPS Teams Work 3 Matters to be discussed later 1 Operative Details 1 Actual Field Projects

- in general:

1.1 we primarily intend to empower for nonviolent conflict transformation and to promote dialog between all groups of society

1.2 we are aware of the relevance of emancipatory aspects and try to avoid mere technical ways of handling conflicts

- goals and methods:

1.3 we carefully explore and consider regional cultural, economical and political conditions

1.4 we roughly define specific aims and steps and will formulate it more exactly according to experiences in the field

1.5 we choose multi ethnic approaches, if appropriate

1.6 we are looking for joint needs and wishes of opponents and intend to encourage and support cooperation via common interests

1.7 we agree on clear rules for internal and external cooperation and make these rules available to those concerned

1.8 we guarantee quick exchange of relevant information and strengthen media contacts in correspondance with the basic home organisation

1.9 we document our work as agreed before and provide any detail which is needed in the office of the basic home organisation

- precautions:

1.10 we care for the safety of our local teams and staff members

1.11 we conceive regulations for outbreak of violence and continuing violent struggles 2 Basic Home Organisations

2.1 we work on the base of humanitarian concern and human rights orientation

2.2 we provide the financial prerequisites by private and public sponsors and try to increase the number of assisting sympathizers

2.3 we provide appropriate management, structures, manpower

2.4 we care for effective work, p.i. through regional coordinators

2.5 we work strictly independantly

2.6 we handle our internal management according to the rules in the field of conflict and work by consens, not by hierarchic instruction

2.7 we strife to profile CPS by publications, consultations, media contacts, amongst others by spreading case studies and success stories 3 Teams

3.1 we work in international or at least in bi-national teams, only exceptionally as individuals

3.2 we include local activists in planning and realisation of our work, whenever possible

3.3 we live with the people we are assisting, whenever possible, and try to avoid privilege and ghetto mentality

3.4 we strife to build and to maintain trust

3.5 we insist on high competences for conflict transformation of volunteers and care for increasing competences of local staff members

3.6 we encourage continous advanced learning of all involved

3.7 we provide supervision, whenever possible

3.8 we wish to be good listeners and to understand even unexpressed feelings, wishes and thoughts, therefore we start with language improvement, if necessary 4 Local Partnership

4.1 we support every party which commits itself to deal nonviolently with the conflict, with respect for the other side

3. Field relationships Appendix 255 and the will to dialogue

4.2 we respect gender and cultural diversities

4.3 we estimate values and cultural rites of our partners

4.4 we try to avoid hierarchic approaches

4.5 we offer staff membership, paid and unpaid 5 Relevant Field Organisations + Institutions

5.1 we wish to include experience and expertise likewise of development and relief agencies, of human rights and basis groups and other civil initiatives and try to cooperate on all levels, if appropriate

5.2 we understand our work as part of multitrack endevaours to promote dialog and cooperation and to transform conflicts

5.3 whenever possible we build Peace Alliances with others 6 Working Process

6.1 We think in categories of process and joint learning and are not primarily ‚running a project‘, for this is the medium and not the task or the goal

6.2 We therefore are welcoming even tiny and inconspicious signs of development instead of struggling for visible presentable results

6.3 We want to work purposively and effectively, yet we know that unexpected side results and not intended consequences may be extremely influential and even exceeding planned effects

6.4 Running a process means for us to be outmost sensitive for different dimensions of our work and to be flexible to adjust attitude, behaviour and plan according to new circumstances and new insights 7 Transparency + Accountability

7.1 we work as openly and transparently as possible on all levels, except in cases where confidentiality is necessary to protect lifes and integrity of local partners

7.2 we feel accountable to all private and public promotors and sponsors of CPS work and prepare and publish regular reports 2 General Intention of CPS Teams Work 1 The intention of CPS team is to contribute to prevention and transformation of violent conflicts on lower or medium levels of society. They shall be in conflict regions at home and abroad at the side of such social groups and institutions, which are working on conflict transformation. Through wellfounded knowledge about conflict lines and its causes etc. the CPS teams shall be enabled to counsel, to mediate, to assist, to participate in the processes of longterm agreement and reconciliation, and to strengthen structures of civil society. (following the preamble of the curriculum “Training For Conflict Transformation / CPS” (Bonn, 2000)) 2 We offer nonviolent contributions through CPS teams to the three main phases of handling conflicts: peace keeping, civil peace making and peace building.





3 We are aware of the complexity of social conflicts and of the limitations of third party involvement. We know that realistic and sustainable solutions often need long time endeavours. Therefore we regard our engagement and intervention as part of long term processes towards a better understanding and cooperation and refrain from aiming at quick visible results.

4 We wish to assist the conflict parties to achieve their own common goals nonviolently. Therefore we refrain from suggesting or imposing our own favorite ideas for handling the conflict to the parties.

3 Matters to be discussed later Analysis of Process, its Conditions and its Effects Training

3. Field relationships References 256

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The Catholic Times, January 28, 2001 Ackerman, Peter/ Duvall, Jack, A Force more powerful. A century of nonviolent conflict, New York: St. Martin's Press, 2000 Adams, Mark/Bradbury, Mark, Conflict and Development. Organisational Adaptation in Conflict Situations. An Oxfam Working Paper, Oxford:Oxfam 1995, reprint 1999 Aguirre, Mariano/ Sanahuja, José Antonio, Haiti: Demokratie durch Einmischung? Motive und Folgen der US-Operation "Uphold Democracy", in: Debiel/Nuscheler 1996:155 pp.

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