8 edition of Challenges of post-conflict reconstruction found in the catalog.
Challenges of post-conflict reconstruction
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|Pagination||xii, 104 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||104|
|LC Control Number||2008345206|
In the current study, the complex challenges of planning and implementing post-conflict reconstruction projects in Kosovo were examined from a number of perspectives, which included the historical aspect and current political, social, and economic factors that contributed greatly to development effectiveness. In the third contribution to the discussion of the region, Ndung'u Wainaina examines the challenge of post-conflict reconstruction in the Great Lakes region: “Immediate concerns can be identified as ending existing ongoing conflicts, putting in place measures to prevent new ones, laying the ground for building sustainable peace and planning on post conflict reconstructions,” he writes.
The purpose of the book is to present the basic premises, lessons, best practices, and policy guidelines necessary to design an effective strategy for post-conflict economic reconstruction. Unless jobs are created and the political and security objectives of peacetime prevail at Author: Graciana Del Castillo. The window of opportunity for successful post-conflict reconstruction is clearly open. However, real challenges, ranging from security to the successful reintegration of ex-combatants, remain to test the commitment of Liberians and humanitarians alike.
Share Page. Add to Favorites; Email; Download Citation; Get Citation Alert; Authors/Editors: Steven Holtzman, Ann Elwan and Colin Scott. Reconstruction from conflict is a complex and demanding task, and a major challenge for post-conflict countries as well as the international community. Countries and their donor partners face multiple priorities – rebuilding infrastructure, assisting war-damaged communities, and re-creating weakened institutions – with too few resources to.
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Post-conflict economic reconstruction is a critical part of the political economy of peacetime and one of the most important challenges in any peace-building or state-building by: 4. The book includes an examination of the various actors who are involved in post-conflict rebuilding and reconstruction that involves internal and external participants.
For example, it is clear that the internal actors involve Africans themselves as ordinary citizens, members of local and national governments, and members of non-governmental Format: Paperback. Challenges of Post-conflict Reconstruction: What Have We Learned in the Past Decade?1 Nassrine Azimi Director UNITAR Hiroshima Office for Asia and the Pacific President Muta, Judge Owada, Dean Saito, Professor Matsuo, distinguished members of the Graduate School of International Development and Cooperation (IDEC),File Size: KB.
Recidivism is high in transitional states: roughly 50 per cent of them revert to conflict and, as this book makes clear, the post-conflict period is often one of great uncertainty, with a kaleidoscope of political, economic, social and security transitions occurring simultaneously - all of them essential to reconstruction.
In this book. institutions) in dealing with the challenges of reconstruction. The book consists of fifteen chapters broken into five parts. Part 1 considers the features of recent war-to-peace transitions and explains the distinction between development as usual and development plus.
Part 2 provides six general premises for policymaking in post-conflict reconstruction efforts: (1) transition is a development-plus challenge. The challenge posed by violence and conflict at all levels of abstraction. from intra-individual violence, such as self-harming, to collective inter.
group violence aimed at achieving political, social or economic power has. been cited by the World Health Organization as the greatest challenge the.
Post-conflict economic reconstruction is a critical part of the political economy of peacetime and one of the most important challenges in any peace-building or state-building : Graciana Del Castillo.
xii The Challenges of Restoring Governance in Crisis and Post-Conflict Countries for establishing safety and security; strengthening constitutional government; reconstructing infrastructure and restoring services; stabilizing and equitably growing the economy; and strengthening justice and reconciliation organiza-tions.
Post-conflict economic reconstruction is a critical part of the political economy of peacetime and one of the most important challenges in any peace-building or state-building strategy.
After wars end, countries must negotiate a multi-pronged transition to peace: Violence must give way to Price: $ Note: If you're looking for a free download links of Rebuilding War-Torn States: The Challenge of Post-Conflict Economic Reconstruction Pdf, epub, docx and torrent then this site is not for you.
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completed its withdrawal of military personnel.1 But post-conflict area in Iraq started already in Junewhen U.S. and the U.K. ended the formal occupation of Iraq.2 But as. UN Post-conflict Programming Under Challenge in the Post-electoral DRC, Theo Neethling Post-war Programming in Sierra Leone: Revisiting the Challenges and Achievements of the UN, Laetitia Olivier, Theo Neethling and Benjamin Mokoena.
Part III Policy and practice Foreign Policy and the Military: In Service of Reconstruction and Development. Maxi Schoeman. Rebuilding War-Torn States The Challenge of Post-Conflict Economic Reconstruction Graciana del Castillo.
Clearly presents the unique set of challenges countries face in post-conflict reconstruction; Integrates theoretical and practical issues related to post-conflict economic reconstruction in a methodical and comprehensive way.
Reconstruction from conflict is a complex and demanding task, and a major challenge for post-conflict countries as well as the international community. Countries and their donor partners face multiple priorities – rebuilding infrastructure, assisting war-damaged communities, and re-creating weakened institutions – with too few resources to meet these needs.
Challenges in Education in the Post Conflict situation yDue to the conflict, education of the most of the students of the conflict-affected areas was disrupted due to displacement, loss of family members, psychological impact, loss of school materials, and the destruction of File Size: KB. This study analyzes the challenges and opportunities of post-conflict reconstruction in Rwanda between to The study begins by a review of literature on post-conflict reconstruction.
Thereafter the study provides an overview of the Rwandan conflict in order to portray its complexity in terms of multiple actors, issues and : Franklin O Opuko. Jeremiah O. Arowosegbe Reflections on the Challenge of Reconstructing Post-Conflict States 5 Foreword This Discussion Paper is based on the theoretical exploration of the challenges of state-reconstruction in West Africa, drawing on the postulations of Nigeria’s foremost political.
This article is intended to assess the post-conflict peacebuilding and reconstruction processes that have been taking place in Libya following the down fall of the Gaddafi regime in It particularly tries to analyze the political and security as.
Women and Post-Conflict Reconstruction: Issues and Sources is a review of literature dealing with political, economic and social reconstruction from a g ender perspective. One ofAuthor: Birgitte Refslund Sørensen. Thus, peacebuilding, post-conflict reconstruction, humanitarian action and disaster management constitute core activities of the PSC.
The objective of the AU PCRD policy is to improve timeliness, effectiveness and coordination of activities in post conflict countries and to lay the foundation for social justice and sustainable peace, in line.This book offers a glimpse into the local dynamics of an emerging capital city during a historically pivotal transformation, a town immersed in a process of ‘post-conflict reconstruction’ fraught with complex challenges requiring difficult compromises.One of the most daunting challenges in carrying out post-conflict transitions, however, is to design and implement an economic program for the economic reconstruction of the country—usually sponsored by the International Monetary Fund (IMF or Fund)—within the constraints and financial requirements of national reconciliation efforts Cited by: