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Peace Research: The Canadian Journal of Peace and Conflict Studies is a multi-disciplinary professional journal committed to publishing scholarly articles on the causes of war and conditions of peace. We interpret this broadly and encourage submissions that explore, for example, militarism, conflict resolution, peace movements, peace education, economic development, environmental protection, international development, cultural advancement, social movements, religion and peace, humanism, human rights, and feminism, all of which have an impact on the field of peace and conflict studies.
Peace and conflict studies is committed to peace as a value and to peaceful methods as the most desirable form of conflict transformation. With the ultimate goal of human well-being, it is dedicated to the reduction of violence, militarism, armaments and war through nonviolence, disarmament, and the peaceful settlement of disputes. Accordingly, Peace Research publishes studies related to the philosophy, theory, and practice of conflict resolution, peace education, and peace movements.
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