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Case Studies | September 9, 2008

Residential Schools in India

Flashpoints or Bulwarks for Peace and Integral Human Development?

This comparative case study explores peacebuilding and social empowerment activities in food-assisted programming at four residential institutions supported by CRS in India.

CONTENTS

  • Background: India, Conflicts and Development Assistance
  • Research Methodology: A Cooperative, Comparative Case Study
  • Analysis: Integrative Peacebuilding in Residential Education