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Friday, 12 February 2010

Post-War and Post-Conflict Challenges for Development Cooperation

Conflict and violence have become an important context for development cooperation during the last decade. Donors not only have to cope with the consequences of conflict in their day to day work on the ground, but also need to develop strategies in the fields of early warning and prevention, as well as instruments for conflict analysis and conflict sensitive approaches for cooperation. At the same time, external actors have been important supporters for many peace processes aiming at the termination of armed conflicts and violence. This study by Sabine Kurtenbach from  the Institute for Development and Peace (INEF) gives an overview on experiences and lessons learnt in post-war contexts, assesses how the donor community is trying to cope with the specific problems  and  analyses the basic dilemmas for development cooperationin these spaces, while the last section formulates some recommendations.

Source: The institute for Development and Peace (INEF)