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Peace-Building through Natural Resource Management

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Natural resources have always been linked to conflict both directly and indirectly, being heavily rooted in economic and social structures. And while the transition toward peace for post-conflict countries can be difficult and complicated, natural resources are becoming increasingly recognized for their role in both motivating and resolving conflicts. In this regard, natural resources cut across various sectors, and transition requires a multidisciplinary approach, addressing gender issues, political schemes, trade, finance, livelihoods, etc.

File Land, Power, and IdentIty: Roots of Violent Conflict in Eastern DRC by Radha Arunkumar — last modified Jun 11, 2015 12:27 AM
This study examines access to, use of and management of land and its links with the root causes of conflict in the two Kivu provinces and Ituri in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). The study’s aim is to identify key gaps in the international communi
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