5 edition of Postconflict Reconstruction in Africa found in the catalog.
July 7, 2006
by Africa World Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||258|
building from recent peace operations and post-conflict reconstruction and development experiences in Africa. Experts from a variety of fields, including academia, government, civil society, the File Size: KB. This book explores the problem of states that fail, leading to conflict and war, and how to rebuild them. Focusing on governance as critical to post-conflict reconstruction, the contributors illustrate the connections among the core functions that governance fulfills in any society: assuring security, achieving effective provision of public goods and services, and generating legitimacy.
Background: Rehabilitation and reconstruction of social and economic infrastructure in a post-conflict environment are complex, long-debated issues in development cooperation. In addition to war creating large-scale human suffering, generating refugees, displacing populations, engendering psychological distress, obliterating infrastructure and transforming the economy, in post-conflict. The Private Sector and Governance in Post-Conflict Societies Virginia Haufler 8. Rebuilding and Reforming Civil Services in Post-Conflict Societies Harry Blair 9. Contributions of Digital Diasporas to Governance Reconstruction in Fragile States: Potential and Promise Jennifer M. Brinkerhoff Part 3.
Building the Rule of War: Postconflict Institutions and the Micro-Dynamics of Conflict in Eastern DR Congo - Volume 71 Issue 2 - Milli LakeCited by: Post-conflict Reconstruction. relationship between governments and societies—a relationship informed by Western concepts but based on traditional African values such as respect for human dignity, equality, and self-rule. opens with a User’s Guide that explains the development, purpose, and content of the book, and then lays out a.
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The main context of the book, however, is the South African Army’s strategy for Africa, which has been developed with the African Union’s Post-conflict, Reconstruction, and Development. The main context of the book, however, is the South African Army’s strategy for PCRD in Africa, which has been developed with the African Union’s Post-Conflict, Reconstruction and Development Needs Assessment Guide in mind.
This book emanates from this plan. Book Chapter Post-Conflict Reconstruction in Africa Some Analytical Issues. In A.K. Fosu and P. Collier (eds), Post-Conflict Economies in Africa. In contrast to much of the twentieth century, when warfare between rich states was the norm, contemporary conflict now occurs almost exclusively in poor developing countries and is mainly internal in.
/ Abdi Samatar --Rethinking the nation in postwar reconstruction in Niger Republic / Ousseina Alidou --Ethnic cleansing and civil society in Kenya, / E.S.
Atieno Odhiambo --Gender and generation --"Failure is an orphan": postconflict peace education and war-affected children in Mozambique / Antoinette Errante, Boia Efraime Junior. The period – saw nineteen major armed conflicts in Africa, ranging from civil wars to the – war between Eritrea and Ethiopia (Wallensteen and Sollenberg, ).Cited by: Book Review: Post-Conflict Reconstruction and Development in Africa: Concepts, Role-Players, Policy and Practice.
This volume brings together a collection of papers which review the wide-ranging issues arising out of post-conflict economies in Africa. Case studies drawing on experiences from West, Central and Southern Africa, illuminate and complement the thematic overview. Extensive analysis illustrates theBrand: Palgrave Macmillan UK.
Many of the countries that are members of the International Conference on the Great Lakes Region (ICGLR) which are: Burundi, Angola, Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Republic of the Congo, Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Sudan, South Sudan, Tanzania, and Zambia, have experienced political violence and bloodshed at one time or Author: Tukumbi Lumumba-Kasongo.
AFRICAN UNION POLICY ON POST-CONFLICT RECONSTRUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT Published by the ConÀict Management Division, Peace and Security Department, Commission of the African Union Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
Africa has been undertaking post-conflict reconstruction activities since the time of the OAU, long before the PCRD Policy was adopted in Banjul in A key specific area of AU support to the reconstruction efforts has been in the Sudan, throughout the implementation of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) since The main context of the book, however, is the South African Army's strategy for PCRD in Africa, which has been developed with the African Union's Post-Conflict, Reconstruction and Development Needs Assessment Guide in : Extensive analysis illustrates the policies and strategies available for the reconstruction and rehabilitation of post-conflict African economies to establish sustainable political, social and financial institutions which promote stability, growth and equity and reduce the risks of conflict recurring.
The Resolution of African Conflicts: The Management of Conflict Resolution and Post-Conflict Reconstruction Paperback – Janu by Paul Tiyambe Zeleza (Author) › Visit Amazon's Paul Tiyambe Zeleza Page.
Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Author: Paul Tiyambe Zeleza. Postconflict Reconstruction in Africa is a study of the mechanics of peace building, rehabilitation, and reconstruction in specific conflict zones in Africa.
The book’s contribution to the. Post-Conflict Reconstruction and Reconciliation in Rwanda and Beyond. New York: Columbia University Press, xxviii + pp. List of Abbreviations.
Glossary. About the Contributors. Notes. Figures. Tables. Index. $ Cloth. After Genocide is an ambitious book that falls far short of its stated goals of. Postconflict state reconstruction has become a priority of donors in Africa.
Yet, externally sponsored reconstruction efforts have met with limited achievements in the region. This is partly due to three flawed assumptions on which reconstruction efforts are predicated.
The first is that Western state institutions can be transferred to by: Women’s experiences of conflict have been the subject of increased international attention since the end of the Cold War and this has been accompanied by a concomitant growth in attention to the role of women in peace and security initiatives in Africa.
Alongside the rise of humanitarian interventions, new trends have emerged in the realms of conflict resolution, accountability, and post Author: Helen Scanlon. By analyzing the situations in the post-conflict states of Afghanistan, Iraq, Yemen, Pakistan, Nigeria and Libya, the book establishes the co-relationship between state fragility and religious extremism in post-conflict settings.
The book emphasizes the need to address the grievances of marginalized sections in all countries with fragile state. ABSTRACT Postcolonial Somalia is riddled with contradictions.
While some of the contradictions relate to the disjuncture between the state and traditional social dispositions, a significant part could be attributed to Somalia’s encounters with. Postconflict state reconstruction has become a priority of donors in Africa. Yet, externally sponsored reconstruction efforts have met with limited achievements in the region.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiv, pages ; 25 cm: Contents: Conceptual roots. Political, civilian and military dimensions of post-conflict reconstruction and development: Coordination, complementarity and local ownership; International approaches and experiences in post-conflict reconstruction and development post-conflict reconstruction and.WORLD BANK MIDDLE EAST AND NORTH AFRICA REGION MENA ECONOMIC MONITOR The Economics of Post-Conflict Reconstruction in MENA ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The MENA Economic Monitor is a product of the hief Economists Office of the Middle East and North Africa Region.
The report was written by Shanta Devarajan and Lili Mottaghi, with inputs from. This key text brings together a team of leading contributors to address the complex issues of security reconciliation and reconstruction in post conflict societies.
Security, Reconstruction and Reconciliation is organized into four main sections: the social, political, and economic dimensions of conflict ; the impact of conflict on women and Cited by: