Journals Publish Special Issues on Demography, Conflict

Articles Explore War, Population, Migration in Developing Nations

Sep 15, 2005

The Journal of Peace Research and the European Journal of Population have both released special issues featuring articles, case studies, and reports on demography and conflict issues in countries such as Cambodia, Rwanda, Sudan, and Uganda. Both issues are the result of a 2003 workshop at the International Peace Research Institute in Oslo. The workshop was organized by the Working Group on the Demography of Conflict and Violence of the International Union for the Scientific Study of Population, in collaboration with the Centre for the Study of Civil War.

The upcoming ECSP Report 11 will include Christian Leuprecht's review of the special issue of the Journal of Peace Research, as well as a set of policy briefs on population and conflict.

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