Peace Process in North East India
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About the Book :
The situation of armed conflict has escalated in the region of North-East India with overt militarization over the years thereby posing a challenge to one’s life, livelihood chances and human rights. India’s engagement to forge peace by using four models of peace such as peace talks, Suspension of Operation, accord making and granting of autonomy are replete with structural weaknesses and insincerity. The book brings out the limitations of such peace initiatives and provides an understanding to the entire spectrum of “peace processes” for peaceful conflict resolution.
About Author :
Shukhdeba Sharma Hanjabam (MSW, PhD) is Head, Department of Social Work, Indira Gandhi National Tribal University, Regional Campus, Manipur, Makhan Kangpokpi District, Manipur. He completed his PhD from School of Social Work, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai and post doctoral from University of Florida, Florida, USA (2014-2015) as Fogarty International Center Fellow. He is also the life member of North East India History Association; Manipur Historical Society; and Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage (INTACH), New Delhi. He also had successfully completed research projects under the sponsorship from ICSSR, New Delhi and Manipur Commission for Protection of Child Rights, Manipur. He can be reached at <email@example.com>
Aheibam Koireng Singh (MA, PhD), is Assistant Professor, Centre for Manipur Studies, Manipur University, Canchipur, Imphal West District, Manipur. Formerly the General Secretary of Manipur University Research Club, he is also the life member of Indian Tourism Congress, Manipur Historical Society, and North East India History Association. He specializes in India's North East regional studies of election, ethnicity, inter-group and inter-community relations, conflict, peace building, and issues of governance. His authored and edited books, 'Ethnicity and Intercommunity Conflicts: A Case of Kuki-Naga in Manipur', 'Miniature India in Motion: Movements in Recent past and present Manipur' are well received for its rich material content and critical insights. He can be reached at <firstname.lastname@example.org>