DPI Director Kerim Yildiz contributes to Iletisim publication on Conflict Resolution

This publication looks at comparative conflict resolution processes internationally, offering comparative perspectives from different regions. Case studies include Northern Ireland and South Africa, among others, which are examined in relation to the Kurdish Question in Turkey. Contributors include academics and experts in the field of conflict resolution experts. This book is one if the first … Read moreDPI Director Kerim Yildiz contributes to Iletisim publication on Conflict Resolution

Publication of New Paper on the Role of Diaspora in Conflict Resolution

This paper examines the role that diaspora populations can play, if any, in the resolution of conflict, exploring the question from a global perspective, and looking at the various ways in which diaspora groups have intervened in conflict and contributed to conflict resolution and democratisation processes internationally. http://www.democraticprogress.org/makers-or-breakers-of-peace-the-role-of-diasporas-in-conflict-resolution/  

Makers or Breakers of Peace: The Role of Diasporas in Conflict Resolution

Last year, DPI published a report which aimed to present the perspectives of Turkey’s diaspora communities in relation to recent developments in Turkey, focusing in particular issues of language rights and constitutional reform and examining the role that diaspora can play in the resolution of the Kurdish Conflict in Turkey. The focus of this paper is also the role that … Read moreMakers or Breakers of Peace: The Role of Diasporas in Conflict Resolution