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CRC Working Papers

The CRC Working Paper Series aims to facilitate the dissemination of new research findings and work in progress by Conflict Research Centre researchers and associates. The papers are intended to stimulate discussion of new ideas by researchers, practitioners and policy makers. The views expressed in the CRC Working Papers are those of the author(s), and do not represent those of the Conflict Research Centre or Saint Paul University. Comments on the Working Papers should be directed to the author(s). 

For any questions about the CRC Working Papers, please contact the series editor, Dr. Megan Bradley (mbradley@ustpaul.ca).

Working Paper No. 8 - Sexual Violence and Exploitation of Local Women by UN Peacekeepers: Addressing Militarized Masculinity

Working Paper No. 7 - Nonviolent Communication Tactics: Insights from Protest Uprisings in Burma and Iran

Working Paper No. 6 - A History of Violence: Understanding the Violence of South Central’s Crips

Working Paper No. 5 – Nonviolence and Power in the Ottawa Panhandlers’ Union

Working Paper No. 4 – Multiculturalism and Toronto’s Africentric Alternative School: An examination of the policies, principles, and values

Working Paper No. 3 – The Combined Ripeness Model: Becoming a Ripeness Generalist

Working Paper No. 2 – Le Statut Juridique Controverse de Jerusalem: En quoi l’irruption des revendications religieuses, depuis 1947, accentuent-elles la controverse sur le statut juridique de Jérusalem, renforçant de fait le blocage du processus de paix Israélo-palestinien?

Working Paper No. 1  Reconciling the Carrot and the Stick: An Intellectual History of Integrative Bargaining in 20th-century American Organizational Relations