Livelihoods, Natural Resources, and Post-Conflict Peacebuilding

Livelihoods, Natural Resources, and Post-Conflict Peacebuilding

 

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Overview

In developing countries around the world, local natural resources – such as charcoal, wildlife, and fisheries – have strong microeconomic and cultural importance. So vital to traditional livelihoods, these resources are unfortunately not exempt from the brutal effects of conflict. Contributing authors discuss strategies in managing these resources and supporting livelihoods in post-conflict environments.

 

Table of Contents

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Author(s): Jan Egeland
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Author(s): Helen Young , Lisa Goldman

 

Part 1: Natural Resource Conflicts, Livelihoods, and Peacebuilding Approaches

 

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Author(s): Arthur Green
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Author(s): Alan Roe
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Author(s): Srey Chanthy , Jim Schweithelm
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Author(s): Michael Renner
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Author(s): Jeremy Lind
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Author(s): Liz Alden Wily

 

Part 2: Innovative Approaches to Livelihoods in Post-Conflict Settings

 

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Author(s): Carol Westrik
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Author(s): J. Todd Walters
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Author(s): Miko Maekawa , Annette Lanjouw , Eugene Rutagarama , Douglas Sharp
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Author(s): Glaucia Boyer , Adrienne Stork
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Author(s): Matthew Pritchard
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Author(s): Andrew Keili , Bocar Thiam
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Author(s): Lorena Jaramillo Castro , Adrienne Stork

 

Part 3: Institutions and Policies

 

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Author(s): Benjamin Jones , Harry N. Scheiber
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Author(s): Belinda Bowling , Asif Zaidi
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Author(s): Blake D. Ratner
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Author(s): Cynthia Brady , Oliver Agoncillo , Maria Zita Butardo-Toribio , Buenaventura Dolom , Casimiro V. Olvida
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Author(s): Christian Webersik , Alec Crawford

 

Part 4: Lessons Learned

 

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Author(s): Helen Young , Lisa Goldman