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At the end of the day, if peace education is to be a viable vehicle for promoting social cohesion, efforts need to go beyond individually based endeavors and move toward planned, integrated, comprehensive, system-wide action. Only in this way will peace education efforts bear sustainable fruit. , and Visser, A. (2004). A path to peace or persistence? The “single-identity” approach to conflict resolution in Northern Ireland. Conflict Resolution Quarterly, 21: 273–294. Constantinou, C. and Papadakis, Y.
Nadjarian, 2003) In this chapter I first give a brief history of the Cyprus conflict and second analyze the concept of peace education in protracted conflicts like the Cyprus one.
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Addressing Ethnic Conflict through Peace Education: International Perspectives by Claire McGlynn (Editor) Zvi Bekerman (Editor)