Praxis The Fletcher Journal of Human Security

Issue: Human Security and Perspectives on Building Peace Volume XX, 2005

The May 2005 issue of PRAXIS examines perspectives on buildingpeace, from disarming warlords ruling the streets in Afghanistan, toestablishing post-conflict justice systems. This issue also looks atthe political economy of a natural disaster, the recent tsunami servingas the inspiration for a analysis of how the international communitycan better respond to crises in way that better supports long-termsecurity and economic development.


Preface

PRAXIS and the Institute for Human Security

Human Security and Perspectives on Building Peace

Disarming Afghanistan’s Warlords
Jake Sherman

The Politics of the Past: The Benes Decrees, Collective Memory, and Preventing Ethnic Conflict
Jina Moore

“The Next Generation:” Towards a More Effective Hybrid Court
Nathaniel Myers

Views from the Field

Tsunami! The Political Economy of a Natural Disaster
Peter Walker

Interview with Hugo Slim

The Fletcher School Discussion on the Rights-Based Approach to Development

Introduction

The Rights-Based Approach: Organizational Implications
Boris Diechtiareff

Organizational Implications of a Rights-Based Approach
Huria Ogbamichael

Implementing a Successful Orientation to RBA: Is there a Recipe for Success?
Julia Sable

Rights-Based Development
Marty I Schmith

Bringing the Discourse about Rights-Based Development Back Down to Earth
Stephan Sonnenberg

Contact PRAXIS

PRAXIS
The Fletcher Journal of Human Security
The Fletcher School
Tufts University
160 Packard Avenue
Medford, MA 02155, USA

Please contact: fletcherpraxis@tufts.edu

Comments or questions about this website to: FletcherWeb@tufts.edu


Visit our blog

Facebook Find us on Facebook as 'Fletcher PRAXIS'!

 

Subscribe to PRAXIS