[TimorLesteStudies] New pre-study on Timor Leste by Kjel l-Åke Nordquist

Jenny Jennifer.Drysdale at anu.edu.au
Fri Mar 20 10:58:51 EST 2009


>Subject: New pre-study on Timor Leste by Kjell-Åke Nordquist
>Date: Tue, 17 Mar 2009 14:47:09 +0100
>From: elin.gothe at life-peace.org
>To: east-timor at lists.riseup.net
>As of today we at Life & Peace Institute have 
>published a pre-study, entitled Timor Leste - 
>New times, new issues? The study is written by 
>Kjell-Åke Nordquist for a research project on 
>Timor-Leste’s internal socio-political development.
>The study is now available as a pdf on our 
>website. You are welcome to visit www.life-peace.org
>“The purpose of this pre-study is to make an 
>inventory of issues and stakeholders of today 
>(2008) that form a pattern of relations – 
>peaceful or conflictive – within the political 
>and social landscape of Timor-Leste. On the 
>basis of this information a set of issues and 
>approaches should be formulated for the study 
>that is implicit in the name of this paper – a “pre-study”.”
>About the author
>Kjell-Åke Nordquist is currently holding the 
>position of associate professor, with the 
>Department of Peace and Conflict Research at 
>Uppsala University. Mr Nordquist also works with 
>the research program on Human rights, conflict 
>and peace at the Stockholm School of Theology.
>Thank you for your attention.
>All the best
>Elin Göthe
>Communications Officer
>Life & Peace Institute
>Sysslomansgatan 7
>SE-75311 Uppsala, Sweden
>Tel +46 (0) 18-169500
>Fax +46 (0)18- 693059
>Email: elin.gothe at life-peace.org
>The Life & Peace Institute (LPI) is an 
>international and ecumenical centre of research 
>on and action for peace and justice. Our aim is 
>to further the causes of justice, peace and 
>reconciliation through a combination of 
>action-oriented research and conflict transformation.
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