Peace and Democratic Society (mobi)

Peace and Democratic Society (mobi) Author: Amartya Sen (Editor)
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Part II. CIVIL PATHS TO PEACE: Report of the Commonwealth Commission on Respect and Understanding

Members of the Commission
Executive Summary
1. Why do Respect and Understanding Matter?    
2. The Nature and Nurture of Violence    
3. Poverty, Inequality and Humiliation    
4. History, Grievance and Conflict    
5. Political Participation
6. The Role of Media and Communication    
7. Young People and Education    
8. Multilateralism and the International Order    
9. The Way Forward and Conclusions    
Afterward: Original preface and letter of presentation to the Report
Appendix: Written submissions to the Commonwealth Commission on Respect and Understanding
Amartya Sen is the Thomas W. Lamont University Professor and Professor of Economics and Philosophy at Harvard University. He is also a senior fellow at the Harvard Society of Fellows, distinguished fellow of All Souls College, Oxford and a Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, where he also served as Master from 1998 until 2004. He won the Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences in 1998.