4 edition of Aid in Conflict found in the catalog.
May 6, 2006
by Nova Science Publishers
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||223|
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Conflict also creates the economic conditions in which aid is expected to function. Donors may intend aid to work in one way, but the context of the conflict economy will distort this intended impact and actual provision of aid may differ greatly from operational policy. The Bottom Billion: Why the Poorest Countries are Failing and What Can Be Done About It is a book by Paul Collier, Professor of Economics at Oxford University, exploring the reasons why impoverished countries fail to progress despite international aid and the book Collier argues that there are many countries whose residents have experienced little, if any, income growth over.
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Book Description. Aid in Conflict book and rigorous evidence around the role of external development partners in situations of conflict and fragility is still lacking. There is little accountability for Aid in Conflict book billions in aid being spent in places like Afghanistan, Iraq and the Democratic Republic of Congo.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages: illustrations ; 27 cm: Contents: Aid and development in conflict environments: an introduction and summary / Matthew Clarke --Conflict and security sensitivity: a pre-requisite for effective development assistance / Kevin Clements --Aid in conflict environments: a donor's perspective / Barbara O'Dwyer.
The book argues that insurgent efforts to reap rewards from aid and social services have in turn facilitated organizational changes and that these changes, while they may have had conflict-enhancing effects in the short term, have also contributed to conflict transformation over the long : Rob Kevlihan.
Based on state-of-the-art theory and practice for peacebuilding, planning, and evaluation, the book introduces the 'Aid for Peace' Approach and walks the reader through a systematic and comprehensive step-by-step process in order to understand how to: - analyze and anticipate conflict dynamics and peacebuilding needs -- plan new interventions Cited by: Aid Insurgencies And Conflict Transformation Aid Insurgencies And Conflict Transformation by Robert Kevlihan.
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This book examines the circumstances under which aid can contribute to the management and transformation of intra-state. Can Art Aid in Resolving Conflicts?: Perspectives Hardcover – February 5, by Noam Lemelshtrich Latar (Author), Jerry Wind (Author), Ornat Lev-er (Author) & out of 5 stars 4 ratings.
See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover, February 5, "Please retry" Reviews: 4. Rather, in countries ravaged by both humanitarian catastrophe and civil war, international aid may inflame or prolong the conflict.
In a devastated country with no. In the latest book from Frame Publishers, Dr. Lemelshirich-Latar, along with Prof. Jerry Wind and Dr. Ornat Lev-er, explore the collective wisdom of contemporary artists to answer the question: Can art be of help in times of cultural, social and religious disagreement.
That’s the gist of Can art aid in resolving conflicts. In the latest book from Frame Publishers, Dr. Lemelshirich-Latar, along with Prof. Jerry Wind and Dr.
Ornat Lev-er, explore the collective wisdom of contemporary artists to answer the question: Can art be of help in times of cultural, social and religious disagreement.
That’s the gist of Can art aid in resolving conflicts. 2 THE BIG BOOK OF CONFLICT-RESOLUTION GAMES real-life situations, especially in the realms of competition and coopera-tion, games can reveal the typical way conflict is dealt with in the team. Teams can begin to understand their usual reactions, and then go on to discover more effective strategies for dealing with similar situations.
Get Book. Book Description: Paul Collier’s contributions to development economics,and in regard to Africa in particular, have marked him out as one of the most influential commentators of recent times. His research has centred upon the causes and consequences of civil war, the effects of aid, and the problems of democracy in low-income and.
Pre-Group Planning with Mutual Aid in Mind 5. Early Group Goals and Norms 6. Mutual Aid, "Time and Place," and the Role of the Worker 7. Individual Problem Solving with Mutual Aid in Mind 8. Mutual Aid and Authority 9. The Role of Conflict in a Mutual-Aid System Mutual-Aid Practice with Single-Session Groups This book analyses evaluation theory and practice in order to help fill this knowledge gap and advocates a realistic and rigorous approach to evaluating international engagement.
Through a series of case studies, this book highlights both the promise, and potential pitfalls, of taking a more evaluative approach to understanding aid in conflict.
warning and conflict management, preparation for and provision of emergency assistance, and the transition from relief to rehabilitation and development. In view of the diversity of the issues to be evaluated, four separate evaluation studies were contract.
Aid data referenced in this map is drawn from the Colombia Aid Information Management System (SIAOD), Level 1, Version ct data is from “Introducing the UCDP Georeferenced Event Dataset” by Ralph Sandberg and Erik Melander in the Journal of Peace Research,vol. 50, no. 4, ; and “UCDP GED Codebook version ” by Mihai Croicu and Ralph Sundberg, at the.
Theory and Practice of Foreign Aid: Introduction; Chapter 1 Conflict in the Presence of Arms Trade: Can Foreign Aid Reduce Conflict. Chapter 2 Poverty, Utilization of Foreign Aid and Corruption: The Role of Redistributive Politics; Chapter 3 Agglomeration and Aid; Chapter 4 Does Foreign Aid.
Sustaining a state in conflict: Politics of foreign aid in Sri Lanka xi Introduction The subject of this study is the politics of foreign aid to Sri Lanka from developed capitalist countries of the West, Japan and multilateral agencies during the period from to The main focus is foreign aid channelled to the Sri Lankan state.
Can foreign aid help countries emerge from civil war. This paper presents new research that suggests that injecting lots of money into conflict zones may in fact encourage corruption and violence. The aid community should focus on what it can do well: working closely with communities to target small-scale, modest improvements that can be implemented in conflict zones.
In this book, Robert J. Muscat, a veteran international development expert who has worked in South America, South and Southeast Asia, East Africa, and the Balkans, attempts to answer these questions.
Drawing on the work of others as well as his own extensive experience, he reviews the accrued insights into the causes of internal conflict. The Challenges Of Aid Work In Conflict Zones In Afghanistan and other conflict zones, the military is often first on the ground, followed by diplomats.
Conflicts arise as people compete to outwit each other in order to gain control of the power to allocate resources and the power to be at the driving force of setting the rules of the game. Thus conflicts determine the very existence of politics.
If truth be told, conflict is the principal means by which significant social and political changes.The Cost of Conflicts and the Capacity to Use External Aid Effectively There were over armed conflicts in the world between andhalf of them the since the end of the Cold War in.This is partly because one of the most important forms of post-conflict intervention, international aid, may actually exacerbate corruption and imperil the ultimate goal of peacebuilding: building state capacity to peacefully manage and prevent conflict.1 More specifically, the way in which aid is given after conflict introduces a trade-off.