Papers-Published dateThursday, January 2, 2014 - 05:00
The way memory of war is constructed in transitional periods stems from how international agencies, national governments, civil societies, non-governmental organizations, and local actors deploy human and material resources in the servicing of peaPublished date2015
Post-war political settlements : from participatory transition processes to inclusive state-building and Governance; research report
The project examines post-war trajectories of power-contending groups which emerged and mobilised around inclusivity claims during armed conflict, by interrogating the extent of their inclusion in post-war state-building, and their ability and wilPublished dateSaturday, January 2, 2016 - 05:00
Building a Legitimate and Accountable State in South Sudan: Political Dimensions Beyond the Comprehensive Peace Accord
Policymakers and researchers believe that inclusive political settlements are vital to avoiding a relapse into violence in conflict-affected and fragile contexts.