Accommodating Diversity: Federalism, Autonomy and Other Options


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This paper analyses federalism, autonomy, decentralization and power sharing as some of the many options that are available to accommodate diverse and competing interests and identities. As conflict parties are cautious in arguing for and agreeing on new institutions to accommodate conflict and sustain peace processes, how can institutions be designed in such a way as to positively transform politics and how can they be adopted to meet the challenges of a particular scenario?

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