Political peace - educational war: the role played by international organisations in negotiating peace in the Balkans and its consequences for education

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Owen-Jackson, Gwyneth;

The number of countries involved in conflict appears to be growing. Global awareness of these conflicts grows as the increasing use of weblogs and mobile phone videos, alongside traditional technologies, demonstrates the day-to-day effects of conflict on those caught up... View more
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