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n African Journal on Conflict Resolution - A comparative analysis of the Post- Arab spring national dialogues in Tunisia and Yemen

Volume 15, Issue 3
  • ISSN : 1562-6997

Abstract

Post-conflict societies are in a fragile state in which social cohesion needs to be gradually rebuilt. One of the tools employed to restore social cohesion in a fragile society is the organisation of a national dialogue which would allow most, if not all, of society's political and civil society actors to air their grievances and make concrete recommendations for the long-lasting resolution of conflict. In the MENA region, both Tunisia and Yemen have organised national dialogues after the Arab Spring with different results. This article uses Jane Jenson's model on social cohesion to determine why Tunisia's national dialogue has been more successful than Yemen's in bringing about social cohesion.

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2015-01-01
2019-12-06

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