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Senegal and Conflict and security

Senegal
  • Capital: Dakar
  • Population: 12323252
  • Size: 196190.0 Km2

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The Adaptation Fund, Clean Development Mechanism and Reduced Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation Fund: some national and subnational experiences
W. Whande; T Reddy / Center for Security Studies, 2011
With developing countries anticipating the flow of billions of dollars from developed countries to address the devastating impacts of climate change, it is important to recognise that the amounts of funding, the number of institutions...
Wade’s Senegal and its relations with Guinea-Bissau: brother, patron or regional hegemon?
V. Foucher / South African Institute of International Affairs, 2013
Opération Gabou was unquestionably one of the most impressive foreign policy initiatives undertaken by an independent Senegal. A military intervention that lasted from June 1998 to March 1999, it required Dakar to deploy more t...
Overview of religious radicalism and the terrorist threat in Senegal
B. Sambe / Institute for Security Studies, 2013
A new security dynamic has been induced in West Africa and beyond with the stepping-up of military action in the Malian conflict since the launch of France's Operation Serval on 11 January 2013, the African-led International Support M...
Improving security and justice through security sector reform
N. Bagayoko-Penone / Eldis Gateway to Development and Environment Information, 2010
Since the late 1990s, security sector reform (SSR) has emerged as a principal activity for promoting peace and stability, and a priority for donors in post-conflict countries. This issue of insights explores the concept of SSR as a co...
Insights from political economy analysis for humanitarian interventions
S. Collinson / Humanitarian Policy Group, ODI, 2003
What analytical tools can humanitarian agencies use to understand complex emergencies? What insights does political economy analysis produce for humanitarian interventions? This report documents the findings of an Overseas Development Insti...
The city is not home: internally displaced persons in Senegal
Martin Evans / id21 Development Research Reporting Service, 2007
Relatively little is known about the people who have been displaced by the Casamance conflict of Senegal. The fact that many have moved to urban areas blurs the distinction between forced displacement and migration. Policymakers shoul...
Making military and security forces in West Africa accountable
Alan Bryden; Boubacar N’Diaye; Funmi Olonisakin / id21 Development Research Reporting Service, 2007
Governments and civil society in many West African countries are trying to restore security. Democratising states or complete rebuilding of collapsed states provides opportunities for security sector reform (SSR). However, democratisa...
An overview of the issue of internal displacement in West Africa
Norwegian Refugee Council, 2006
In line with the IDMC’s broader aim of giving a regional focus to its monitoring and advocacy on situations of internal displacement in some 50 countries worldwide, this report provides information and analysis on what is undoubt...
Weapons in hands of West African youths spell trouble
N. Florquin; E. G. Berman / Small Arms Survey, 2005
This study looks at the armed groups and small arms in the 15 member countries of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) region. Armed groups in this report are defined as groups that have the capacity to challenge the...
Overview of HIV/AIDS and governance in West Africa based on six country case studies
A. Roderick / Justice Africa, 2004
This paper from the African Civil Society Governance and AIDS Initiative (GAIN) provides an overview of the AIDS and governance situation in West Africa. GAIN was founded in South Africa in October 2003, and is the centre of a global ...
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