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Nicaragua and Conflict and security

Nicaragua
  • Capital: Managua
  • Population: 5995928
  • Size: 129494.0 Km2

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The BLDS conflict collection
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Rapid literature review: Gender in Fragile and Conflict-affected Situations
E. Browne; H. Haider; F. Oddsdottir; B. Rohwerder; A. L. Strachan / Governance and Social Development Resource Centre 2014
This rapid review collates a large amount of literature published in 2013 and 2014 (up to April 2014) on the topic of gender in fragile and conflict-affected situations (FCAS). It is not a systematic or exhaustive review, but does pro...
Post conflict presents opportunities for education reform
World Bank 2005
This study discusses the issues and challenges around education, poverty and conflict; and the impact of conflict on education. It presents the case that there are significant opportunities for education sector reform in post conflict...
Peacebuilding from below: can NGOs promote non-violent conflict resolution processes?
Nick Lewer / id21 Development Research Reporting Service 2002
How can international NGOs (INGOs) integrate peacebuilding into development and relief work in conflict zones? What are the risks and consequences of mixing relief with peacebuilding? Can INGOs simultaneously be mediator, arbitrator, ...
Case studies highlighting the links between environmental and livelihood security and international security.
R. Matthew; M. Halle; J. Switzer / International Institute for Sustainable Development, Winnipeg 2002
This book developed from meetings between conservationists and those in the UK government concerned with security and conflict prevention. The book is based on the premise that environmental mismanagement and resource scarcity,...
UN must further rethink its traditional modes of intervention to successfully promote democracy
C. Santiso / Paul H Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University, USA 2001
This paper assesses the scope and significance of the new development agenda endorsed by UNDP and attempts to gauge the promises and dilemmas of its efforts to consolidate peace by promoting democracy and strengthening good governance...
Deforestation and Land Use on the Evolving Frontier: An Empirical Assessment [in Nicaragua]
R. Faris / Harvard Institute for International Development, Cambridge Mass. 1999
The advance of the agricultural frontier constitutes the biggest source of deforestation in Central America today. This conversion of tropical forests into agricultural land and pasture is the direct result of individual land use deci...
Working towards win-win poverty reduction and prevention
S. Nagel / International Journal of Development Economics 2000
This is a symposium dealing with public policy toward lessening poverty in the United States and in the world. The articles in this symposium recognise the importance of five policy fields in reducing poverty. Chapters and conc...
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