3 edition of War-torn Societies Project in Eritrea found in the catalog.
War-torn Societies Project in Eritrea
Martin R. Doornbos
Includes bibliographical references (p. 43).
|Other titles||War torn Societies Project in Eritrea|
|Statement||[prepared by Martin Doornbos and edited by June Kane].|
|Contributions||Kane, June., War-torn Societies Project.|
|LC Classifications||DT397 .D66 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||48 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||48|
|LC Control Number||2001406166|
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Rebuilding Somaliland, Issues and Possibilities/5(2). 2 Eritrea and the concept of "War-torn Societies" In a leading, explanatory paper entitled "Rebuilding War-torn Societies", the War-torn Societies Project (WSP) states the objective of its " action-research project" as being, "to assist the international donor community, international organisations, NGOs and local authorities and.
War-Torn Societies Project (WSP) Has an Eritrea country project. WSP's database of research reports, books, unpublished reports, etc. is searchable by keyword. Its newsletter, The Challenge of Peace and its Research Updates carry reports on WSP promotes understanding of the challenges of post-conflict periods.
This book is a collection of essays on post Eritrea, prepared in the context of the 'War-torn Societies' project (WSP), set up by UNRISD and the Graduate Institute of International Relations in Geneva.
This interesting and ambitious project studied three other countries besides. The Post-war Nation: Rethinking the Triple Transition in Eritrea. Abstract. Sustained by Francis Fukuyama’s triumphalist ‘end of history’ thesis, the model of the liberal democratic nation-state dominates much of the discussion about political and economic development in post-conflict by: 8.
The War-Torn Societies Project in Somaliland, embodied in the WSP affiliate “The Somaliland Academy for Peace and Development (APD),” is the second of three zonal WSP projects in Somalia. All three zonal projects fall within a single WSP-Somali programme, headed by a single programme coordinator.
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Project Title: War-torn Societies Project No. of Pages: 46 When the War-torn Societies Project was launched in November at the Cartigny seminar, a number of speakers denounced a widespread lack of attention to the complex and interrelated problems of post-conflict rebuilding.
This article is based on numerous internal documents and the author acknowledges with thanks the contributions of the following colleagues: Matt Bryden, June Kane and Matthias Stiefel.
The War-torn Societies Project (WSP) began in as an experimental project. "This book presents research findings on key areas of postwar reconstruction in Eritrea, a country that has emerged from prolonged and profound conflict.
The research was undertaken as collective exercise by participants in the War-torn Societies Project (WSP). The international community and state reconstruction in war-torn societies Article (PDF Available) in Conflict Security and Development Security & Development(3) December with Author: Robin Luckham.
Rebuilding Somaliland is the fruit of an extensive research project initiated in by the War-torn Societies Project INternational. It aims to present a """"self-portrait of Somaliland"""" and the challenges facing it at the turn of the century and documents the animated, and 4/5(1).
War-torn Societies Project in Eritrea In last months Update, the workshop discussion on Country Note by the War-torn Societies was scheduled to be held in Asmara on January The workshop has been postponed to February 7.
NNS will attend and prepare a lengthy report on this for next month's Update. This book presents research findings on key areas of postwar reconstruction in Eritrea, a country that has emerged from prolonged and profound conflict.
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By Arnoldo Gálvez and Otto Argueta* T he War-Torn Societies Project (WSP), which years later became Interpeace, began to operate in Guatemala at the beginning of It was created within the United Nations to assist the. Theories, rhetoric and practice: Recovering the capacities of war-torn societies Article (PDF Available) in Third World Quarterly 23(5) October with 44 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
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