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Journal Article | Sep 2007
This paper examines the post-war reconstruction programme in Afghanistan, arguing that it contains the seeds of radical social change. The paper ...
post-war reconstruction, , Afghanistan
U4 Practice Insight | Feb 2011
In this Practice Insight, the author discusses post-war corruption challenges based on the reconstruction effort and return of refugees in Bosnia ...
corruption in aid, , Bosnia, Herzegovina
News | 31 Oct 2005
"Without a functioning justice system, rebuilding a state after a conflict will not succeed. Without the foundation of the rule of law, it is impossible to secure all other nation-building processes" concludes Arne Strand who has just completed a major multidonor evaluation of humanitarian and reconstruction assistance to Afghanistan 2001-2005.
CMI Report | Jan 2003
Violent conflict represents a significant barrier to development. While Community Driven Development (CDD) programmes have been effective in ...
Community driven development, Conflict, Poverty, Reconstruction, Development
Project | Mar 2006 - Apr 2009
While much is known about corruption in post-communist states, less is known about the impact of conflict on corruption in such states. The ...
informal relations, corruption, post-communist, post-conflict, Serbia, Macedonia, Bosnia-Herzegovina
Report in External Series | Jun 2007
This report originates in the growing international engagement in statebuilding and postconflict reconstruction during the past decade. The ...
Afghanistan, Guatemala, Mozambique, Liberia, Sierra Leone
CMI Report | Jan 2004
This report charts the aid policies pursued in Afghanistan since late 2001 aimed at building peace in a country devastated by two decades of ...
Afghanistan, Democratisation, Peacebuilding, Reconstruction, Security Sector Reform, Asia: Afghanistan
News | 17 Aug 2015
When societies go from military dictatorship to democracy or from internal armed conflict to peace, one of the toughest choices facing the government in the new order is how to deal with past violence. Great hopes have been pinned on transitional justice mechanisms, but the anticipated positive effects of transitional justice mechanisms on the process of restoring peace or (re)constructing democracy may be too high.
Political scientist focusing on the social, political and humanitarian consequences of violent conflict, and strategies of response.
Comparative international politics, migration/refugee movements, refugees in asylum, human rights, minorities, ethnic conflict, humanitarian assistance and conflict, conflict management, political risk, Asia: Afghanistan, Nepal
CMI Working Paper | Mar 2013
Local ownership of international statebuilding processes tends to be understood as a quality which is ‘supported’, ‘fostered’, ...
Post-conflict reconstruction, State-building, Aid, Sierra Leone
Journal Article | Apr 2019
Mine action is essential for long-term peacebuilding and post-conflict reconstruction. Using new data, this paper explores the nexus between ...
landmines, mine action, peace agreements, Ottawa Convention, peace processes, treaties
Project | Jan 2005 - Dec 2007
An analysis of post-war Afghanistan with a focus on internationally-supported efforts to build a central state and related reconstruction efforts....
peacebuilding, post-conflict, afghanistan, reconstruction, statebuilding, Afghanistan
Project | Jan 1996 - Jan 2000
An all too common effect of both short-term and long-term assistance is the creation of dependency among the beneficiaries The project ...
Gender, displacement, post-war reconstruction, human rights, Afghanistan
Project | Feb - Sep 2004
Evaluation of the projects of the Life and Peace Institute (LPI) in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and Somalia. LPI is a Sweden-based ...
aid, assistance, peacebuilding, civil war, post-conflict reconstruction, armed conflict, civil society, post-war development, conflict resolution, conflict management, conflict transformation, DR Congo, Great Lakes region, South Kivu, North Kivu
Report in External Series | Jan 2005
Afghanistan was a troubled country in 2001. Not only is Afghanistan one of the poorest countries in the world, but protracted armed conflict ...
Commissioned Report | Jan 2006
Twenty-five years of conflict has left Afghanistan with a profound need for extensive intervention to address reconstruction and development ...
Afghanistan: An Assessment of Conflict and Actors in Faryab Province to Establish a Basis for Increased Norwegian Civilian Involvement
CMI Report | Jan 2007
The situation in Faryab province in northern Afghanistan is characterised by a substantial military and political uncertainty. Violent acts ...
Conflicts, Peace keeping, Military involvement, Humanitarian assistance, Afghanistan, Norway
CMI Conference Report | Jan 2004
Afghanistan's recent history clearly demonstrates that the regional context and external involvement can make or break a peacebuilding processes. ...
Book Chapter | Apr 2015
This chapter traces 30 years of transitional justice development following civil-military rule (1973–85) in Uruguay. The 1985 amnesty ...
transitional justice, democracy, peace, human rights violations, accountability, conflict, post-authoritarian, Uruguay
Event | 23 Jun 2015
The slogan “education cannot wait” entails the positive and life-saving role of education during crisis. However, education can ...