Report in External Series | 2004
Reclaiming the fields of war: Mainstreaming mine action in development
Oslo/New York: International Peace Research Institute / United Nations Development Programme 110 p.
This study was commissioned by the UNDP Mine Action Team in response to increasing demands from mine-affected countries and donor governments for guidance on the development dimension of mine action. The report reviews the history of mine action from a mainstreaming perspective and examines its socio-economic impact. In addition, it looks at how mine action is currently organized in terms of policies, institutional arrangements and resources - and asks to what extent the present approach is conductive to mainstreaming. Addressing mine action and development stakeholders at the international, national and oprational levels, the report outlines a course of action for mainstreaming mine action in development.
Journal Article | 2019
Twenty Years After Ottawa: ‘Unpacking’ Mine Action in Peace Agreements
Journal of Peacebuilding and Development
Book Chapter | 2018
Ambigious land ownership in al-Salha, Omdurman: Land grabbing or business as usual?
Anthropology of Law in Muslim Sudan
Journal Article | 2018
Exploring the spatio-temporal processes of communal rangeland grabbing in Sudan
Hussein M. Sulieman