NGOs heavily promote the strategic use of technologies in their peacebuilding programmes; strategically referred to as Peacetech. The study reported in this thesis aims to generate theory regarding the perspectives of teachers implementing Peacetech in post conflict societies. The central proposition of the theory generated is that a wide range of common, oppositional and idiosyncratic perspectives are held by implementing teachers. Interviews were conducted in the field headquarters of various NGOs. Recommendations on how teachers might go about improving the offering of Peacetech projects in post-conflict societies are outlined.
|Award date||13 Oct 2020|
|Publication status||Unpublished - 2020|