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chaplain"s evolving role in peace and humanitarian relief operations

Paul Francis McLaughlin

chaplain"s evolving role in peace and humanitarian relief operations

by Paul Francis McLaughlin

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Published by United States Institute of Peace in Washington, DC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States. -- Navy -- Chaplains,
  • Chaplains, Military -- United States,
  • Humanitarian assistance,
  • Peacekeeping forces,
  • Non-governmental organizations,
  • Civil-military relations

  • Edition Notes

    StatementPaul McLaughlin.
    SeriesPeaceworks -- no. 46., Peaceworks -- no. 46.
    ContributionsUnited States Institute of Peace.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination42 p. ;
    Number of Pages42
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17743464M
    OCLC/WorldCa50793004

    Paul Francis McLaughlin has written: 'The chaplain's evolving role in peace and humanitarian relief operations' -- subject(s): Chaplains, Chaplains, Military, Civil-military relations.   Introduction Peace operations is a subset of the broader category of operations other than war (OOTW). It refers to a form of military intervention short of full-scale war, in support of diplomatic actions, and conducted by, or with the endorsement of, a collective security organization in order to maintain or restore stability to a region or a state.

    S. (Steve) K. Moore. Military Chaplains as Agents of Peace: Religious Leader Engagement in Conflict and Post-conflict Environment. Toronto: Lexington Books, The author of this book is an ordained elder with the United Church of Canada who served as a chaplain in the Canadian Forces for twenty-two years. (peacekeeping, civil affairs, psychological operations, humanitarian assistance, disaster relief, etc.). Several case studies were prepared as part of this project. Each study examines U.S. Army roles and functions in military operations other than war and assesses the range of missions and requirements the Army is likely to face in the Size: 2MB.

    The Chaplain’s Manual i FOREWORD 1. B-GL/FP The Chaplain’s Manual sets out policies for the provision of chaplain services within Canada’s Army, and provides planning guidance for Army commanders, staffs, and chaplains. 2. It is issued on the authority of the Chief of the Land Staff, having been approved by the Chaplain File Size: KB. or peace in the region. The new role challenges the secular definitions and expectations of military policy. While the chaplain’s fundamental adherence is to the traditional responsibilities, the circumstances of post 9/11 brought about evolution and expansion. Military chaplains are at the cutting edge of a significant new ministry.


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Chaplain"s evolving role in peace and humanitarian relief operations by Paul Francis McLaughlin Download PDF EPUB FB2

Chaplains’more active involvement in peace and humanitarian relief operations. This Peaceworks report is part of the Institute’s ongoing effort to highlight the role of new actors in peace n McLaughlin was the fellow in the Insti.

Chaplain's evolving role in peace and humanitarian relief operations. Washington, DC: United States Institute of Peace, (OCoLC) Online version: McLaughlin, Paul Francis. Chaplain's evolving role in peace and humanitarian relief operations. Washington, DC: United States Institute of Peace, (OCoLC) Material Type.

The Chaplain's Evolving Role in Peace and Humanitarian Relief Operations. Peaceworks No. 46 Sunday, September 1, / By: Captain Paul McLaughlin Publication Type: Peaceworks. Additional Physical Format: Print version: McLaughlin, Paul F.

Chaplain's evolving role in peace and humanitarian relief operations. Washington, DC: U.S. Institute of Peace, The Chaplain's Evolving Role in Peace and Humanitarian Relief Operations Article   January   with  30 Reads  How we measure 'reads' A 'read' is.

While chaplains of various de-nominations will always be responsible for the traditional religious duties in the militaryunit, Captain McLaughlin reveals a new role for the chaplain, serving as an invaluable liai-son between military and nonmilitary actors in peace and humanitarian relief operations.

Chaplains have an advantage in this newly expanded role. Houston, Jeff, Chaplain (Major), U.S. Army Chaplain. Telephone interview by author, 6 March The Media and the Military in Peace and Humanitarian Operations.

'The chaplain's evolving role in peace and humanitarian relief. operations' -- subject(s): Chaplains, Chaplains, Military, Civil-military relations, Humanitarian assistance, Military. Chaplains. Catholic Chaplains: soldiers of peace serving in time of war / Jack Flatley, s, United States: s.n., (1 holding) The changing military family, an increased role for the chaplain / Cecile S Landrum,Nashville: United Methodist Board of Higher Education and Ministry, The Chaplain and military morale.

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Includes bibliographical references (p. -- Lisa Schirch, Eastern Mennonite University Military Chaplains as Agents of Peace breaks original theoretical ground and roots theory in practice with absorbing stories from the theatre of war.

RLE is a brilliantly conceived antidote to the idea that the role of religion in conflict and post-conflict environments is always destructive.4/5(1). Even as the nations of the world have been expanding the UN's role as peacekeeper, its ability to fund such operations has been hampered by nonpayment of UN dues.

American dissatisfaction with the UN has led to opposition within Congress to payment of UN dues and resulted in unyielding U.S. opposition to the reelection of Boutros-Ghali as. Chaplains’ Evolving Role in Humanitarian Relief Operations.

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Peace operations, how-ever, are political at heart and may at times have to take action against groups that threaten a peace process.

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Religious Considerations of Peace Operations: The Role of the Military Chaplain. Due to continuing research, analysis and the significance of viable feedback, the title of today’s presentation is changed slightly to: Religious Considerations of Peace Operations: The Military Chaplain as a Resource.Evaluating Interfaith Dialogue Programs (Special Report, July )• The Chaplain’s Evolving Role in Peace and Humanitarian Relief Operations, by Paul McLaughlin (Peaceworks, July )• Catholic Contributions to International Peace (Special Report, April )To obtain an Institute report (available free of charge), write United States.Military Chaplains as Agents of Peace: Religious Leader Engagement in Conflict and Post-Conflict Environments - Kindle edition by Moore, S.

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