Masters of Peace is a book series edited by the University of Innsbruck’s UNESCO Chair for Peace Studies. It has been founded to honour outstanding works of young academics in the field of Peace and Conflict Studies. It is reserved for selected Master theses of the Innsbruck School and published twice a year. The Innsbruck School follows the principles of Transrational Peace Philosophy. It defines peace as a plural and regards all aspects of human nature relevant for the understanding of peace and conflict. Its applied method is Elicitive Conflict Transformation, a pragmatic approach to conflict rooted in Humanistic Psychology that entrusts the responsibility for finding alternative options of behaviour, communication and encounter to the conflict parties. Facilitators provide a safe frame, tools and methods for this quest without imposing their own solutions on the parties.
Edited by:Wolfgang DietrichUNESCO Chair for Peace StudiesUniversität Innsbruck/Österreich
Editorial Board:Josefina EchavarríaDaniela IngruberFranz JeneweinNorbert KoppensteinerFabian MayrAndreas OberprantacherJohney Xavier
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