Nine Models for Inclusion of Civil Society in Peace Processes

Kristin Williams   •   July 2013


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Prepared as a background paper for “Building More Inclusive Political Transitions: A Review of the Syrian Case,” this memo summarizes nine case studies of civil society participation in peace processes. The models range from direct representation at the table to non-binding advisory bodies and from official negotiations to informal Track II dialogues. Each example is presented with easy-to-read bullet points and a short paragraph outlining the impact that inclusion of civil society had on both the process and the outcome of building peace and security.

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