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n Conflict Trends - The principle of emancipation : creating capital for conflict resolution - : viewpoint

Volume 1999, Issue 2
  • ISSN : 1561-9818

Abstract

This is the second article in a series of three conversations with scholars in African History, Culture and Society. In the interaction with Professor Kwesi Prah, ACCORD explores the relationship between democracy, culture and non-western forms of Conflict Resolution, and asks how this can shape our training interventions on the African continent Professor Kwesi Prah, Director of the Centre for the Study of African Society (CASAS), based in Cape Town, and a sociologist by discipline, highlights the Principle of Emancipation and the need for Cross Border Institutions as a mechanism for resolving conflict in Africa.

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