Peace Agreements and the Law of Peace
Professor Christine Bell is one of the leading scholar-practitioner in the fields of comparative peace agreements, human rights, transitional justice, constitutional amendments, public participation and women’s roles in peace processes.
“This consultative paper commissioned by International Alert and written by Prof.Christine Bell is the product of two perspectives which combine rigorous scholarlywork focused on legal academic research on peace agreements with reflective peacepractice over several decades.I briefly cited her landmark publication, ‘On the Law of Peace: Peace Agreementsand the Lex Pacificatoria’, discussing the evolving law of peace surrounding peaceprocesses at an address entitled, “Peacemaking Requires a Marathon Mentality:Reflective Peace Practice from a Filipino Perspective,” delivered before members ofthe judiciary and legal professionals at the Chief Justice lecture series during the2009 peace month.It was in the aftermath of this dialogue between peace advocates and legalpractitioners that the idea of an exchange of insights involving Prof. Christine Bellcame up, and so we discussed what possibilities there were for her to be involved inbringing to bear her considerable experience and research on the emerging lexpacificatoria and its relevance to peace processes in the Philippines.” –excerpt from Prefatory Note by Prof. Ed Garcia
Posted on April 12, 2011, in Mindanao Conflict, NDF Conflict, Publications, Resource Center, Statements and tagged amendment, charter, christine bell, conciliation resources, constitutional change, consultative paper, ed garcia, human rights, international alert, law, participation, Peace, peace agreement, philippines, publication, transitional justice. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.