The Journal of Peacebuilding and Development provides a forum for the sharing of critical thinking and constructive action on issues at the intersections of conflict, development and peace. The publication endeavours to capture and examine critical peacebuilding and development topics and questions that challenge our era, including:
- Building resilient states, societies and livelihoods
- Infrastructures for peace and violence prevention
- Political economy of violence, conflict and peacebuilding
- Peacebuilding and statebuilding in fragile and conflict-affected contexts
- Economic dimensions of justice, reconciliation and social cohesion
- Identities and relationships in conflict and development
- Natural resources, the environment and peacebuilding
- Human rights and human security
- Nonviolence and social change
- Aid coherence and coordination in peacebuilding and development
- Paradigmatic approaches and theories underpinning policy and practice
- Peace and conflict sensitive planning, policy making, programming and monitoring and evaluation
- Cross-cutting isues: governance, national and local ownership, hybridity, capacity development, power and empowerment, the role of culture, targeting special groups, i.e. women, youth and minorities.
We invite you to help ensure the journal thrives and is a product of those engaged with these issues.