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Development in States of War

Edited By Deborah Eade
ISBN: 9780855983444
This collection focuses on famine as a tool for violating human rights, how civilian organisations mobilised for peace in the midst of war, the needs of children who become separated from their families, and helping children come to terms with their suffering with guidance on policy and practise to NGO's involved in conflict-related emergencies.

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  • Synopsis
    In this collection Alex de Waal focuses on famine as a tool for violating human rights, while Francisco Alvarez Solis and Pauline Martin, writing about El Salvador, show how civilian organisations mobilised for peace in the midst of war. Lucy Bonnerjea addresses the needs of children who become separated from their families, and Hans Buwalda describes work in the Philippines that helps children come to terms with their suffering. Derek Summerfield offers guidance on policy and practise to NGO's involved in conflict-related emergencies.
  • Table of Contents
    Preface Deborah Eade

    1. In the line of fire:development in conflict Stephen Commins Operationality in turbulance: the need for a change
    Chris Roche
    2. Breaking the cycle of violence:doing development in situations of conflict
    Linda Agerbak
    3. Famine and human rights
    Alex de Waal
    4. 'Dancing with the prince': NGOs' survival strategies in the Afghan conflict
    Jonathan Goodhand and Peter Chamberlain
    5. The role of Salvadorean NGOs in post-war recontruction
    Francisco Alvarez Solis and Pauline Martin 
    6. Children of war in the Philippines H'ans Buwalda Training indigenous workers in menta-health care
    Jane Shackman and Jill Reynolds 
    7. The United Nations speaks out on forced evictions
    Miloon Kothari
    8. Assisting survivors of war and atrocity: notes on 'psycho-social' issues for NGO workers
    Derek Summerfield
    9. Supporting eductaion in emergencies: a case study from southern Sudan
    Alison Joyner
    10. Family tracing - in whose interest?
    Lucy Bonnerjea

    Annotated bibliography
    Research projects and relevant organisations
    Addresses of publishers and other organisations
  • Details
    Sub Title No
    Author No
    Editor Deborah Eade
    Number of Pages 112
    Format Paperback / softback