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This article examines how peacebuilding theory has influenced the shift from the international to the 'local' in the practice of international peacebuilding and analyses the consequences for local communities, international peacebuilding practice and critical peacebuilding research. The results demonstrate that transformative peacebuilding theories, in particular John Paul Lederach's work, have enormously influenced the policy discourse and practice of supporting the 'local'. Revisiting 20doi:10.1080/21647259.2013.783257 fatcat:p7p7kiqvlbgknoqdvmutimd73y