By Muna Ndulo
This key textual content brings jointly a group of major members to deal with the complicated problems with defense reconciliation and reconstruction in put up clash societies.
Security, Reconstruction and Reconciliation is equipped into 4 major sections:
- the social, political, and monetary dimensions of clash
- the impression of clash on ladies and youngsters
- reconstruction and earlier human rights violations
- disarmament, demobilization, reintegration, post-war reconstruction and the development of a able nation and the position of the overseas neighborhood within the peace strategy.
The chapters provide an in depth and succinct exposition of the demanding situations dealing with put up clash societies through articulating the imaginative and prescient of a brand new society. With a foreword through Francis Deng, the UN Secretary General’s unique consultant on Internally Displaced folks, the authors speak about the problems within the context of attainable ideas and classes learnt within the box.
This new booklet is a necessary source for researchers, coverage makers and scholars within the fields of clash answer, safety reviews, legislation and development.
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Security, reconstruction, and reconciliation : when the wars end by Muna Ndulo