Keyword Archives: conflict
Tufts University and the Feinstein International Center are pleased to announce the publication of a two part review of emergency livestock interventions in Sudan. Livestock production is a crucial livelihood strategy for farmers and pastoralists throughout Sudan, and contributes to … Read More
Victims of serious violations of international human rights law and international humanitarian law have a clearly established right to remedy and reparation. This right must be recognized without discrimination of any kind. Processes of remedy and reparation therefore must neither … Read More
Mazurana, Dyan and Lacey Gale, 2013, “Preparing for Research in Active Conflict Zones: Practical Considerations for Personal Safety,” in Dyan Mazurana, Karen Jacobsen, and Lacey Gale (editors), Research Methods in Conflict Settings: A View from Below. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge … Read More
Mazurana, Dyan, Lacey Gale and Karen Jacobsen, 2013, “Introduction,” in Dyan Mazurana, Karen Jacobsen, and Lacey Gale (editors), Research Methods in Conflict Settings: A View from Below. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge and New York.
Dyan Mazurana, Karen Jacobsen, and Lacey Gale (editors). 2013. Research Methods in Conflict Settings: A View from Below. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge and New York.
This report is part of a series by Feinstein International Center that examines the impact of armed conflict on civilian populations in northern Uganda and struggles for redress and remedy. Transitional justice mechanisms, including truth telling, reparation and prosecutions, are … Read More
In September 2012, the Colombian government officially announced ongoing peace talks with the leftist Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC). This gesture was the first of its kind since the failed negotiation process with the same guerrilla group during the … Read More
Mazurana, Dyan. 2012. “Women and Girls in Non-State Armed Opposition Groups.” Carol Cohn (ed.). Women and Wars: Contested Histories Uncertain Futures. Polity Press: Cambridge.
This paper by Paul Fishstein and Andrew Wilder presents findings from research conducted by FIC in five provinces of Afghanistan between July 2008 and January 2010 on the relationship between aid projects and security.
What are the links between education and livelihoods in conflict affected areas of the Somali Region of Ethiopia? How can improved education provision contribute to strengthening livelihoods? The BRIDGES project is implemented by Save the Children UK, Mercy Corps and Islamic Relief with funding from DFID, and aims to strengthen the capacity of state and non-state actors in the region to promote peace and stability through the delivery of quality education. BRIDGES is a pilot project and an important aspect of the project is learning lessons to influence future strategies and programming.