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Ekumeniska Följeslagarprogrammet i Israel och Palestina

Sartell, Emmy LU (2014) MRSG20 20132
Human Rights Studies
Abstract
Statsvetenskapliga institutionen VT04 Handledare: NN
Abstract
This essay is looking at the Swedish Ecumenical Programme in Israel-Palestine (SEAPPI), with the purpose of examining if a NGO, as the Ecumenical Accompanier Programme in Palestine and Israel (EAPPI) can make a difference in a conflict. This will be done with the support of two different perspectives on NGO. Furthermore, my primary material is a book based on the accompaniers’ reports on the situation and their experiences in Israel-Palestine. My method is content analysis in order to examine the content in these reports. What my investigation show is that SEAPPI, through the ac- companiers, can, with their work on grassroots level with other organisations such as P/CRO, make... (More)
Statsvetenskapliga institutionen VT04 Handledare: NN
Abstract
This essay is looking at the Swedish Ecumenical Programme in Israel-Palestine (SEAPPI), with the purpose of examining if a NGO, as the Ecumenical Accompanier Programme in Palestine and Israel (EAPPI) can make a difference in a conflict. This will be done with the support of two different perspectives on NGO. Furthermore, my primary material is a book based on the accompaniers’ reports on the situation and their experiences in Israel-Palestine. My method is content analysis in order to examine the content in these reports. What my investigation show is that SEAPPI, through the ac- companiers, can, with their work on grassroots level with other organisations such as P/CRO, make a difference in a conflict. They collaborate with both parties of a conflict in “cross-community” activities to create a peace solution that will last. However, more often than not it is the Palestinian voices that are heard in the reports, and not in the same extent the Israeli civil society. This presents a problem. (Less)
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Sartell, Emmy LU
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MRSG20 20132
year
type
L2 - 2nd term paper (old degree order)
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keywords
perspectives, Accompanier, Israel-Palestine conflict, content analysis, Peace and conflict resolution organizations (P/CRO), Non Governmental Organisations (NGO), SEAPPI, EAPPI, Mänskliga rättigheter, Human rights
language
Swedish
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4351921
date added to LUP
2014-04-16 10:02:53
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2014-09-04 08:27:42
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  abstract     = {Statsvetenskapliga institutionen VT04 Handledare: NN
Abstract
This essay is looking at the Swedish Ecumenical Programme in Israel-Palestine (SEAPPI), with the purpose of examining if a NGO, as the Ecumenical Accompanier Programme in Palestine and Israel (EAPPI) can make a difference in a conflict. This will be done with the support of two different perspectives on NGO. Furthermore, my primary material is a book based on the accompaniers’ reports on the situation and their experiences in Israel-Palestine. My method is content analysis in order to examine the content in these reports. What my investigation show is that SEAPPI, through the ac- companiers, can, with their work on grassroots level with other organisations such as P/CRO, make a difference in a conflict. They collaborate with both parties of a conflict in “cross-community” activities to create a peace solution that will last. However, more often than not it is the Palestinian voices that are heard in the reports, and not in the same extent the Israeli civil society. This presents a problem.},
  author       = {Sartell, Emmy},
  keyword      = {perspectives,Accompanier,Israel-Palestine conflict,content analysis,Peace and conflict resolution organizations (P/CRO),Non Governmental Organisations (NGO),SEAPPI,EAPPI,Mänskliga rättigheter,Human rights},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Ekumeniska Följeslagarprogrammet i Israel och Palestina},
  year         = {2014},
}