Making Peace Work
|Titel||Making Peace Work|
|Typ der Publikation||Book|
|Untertitel / Serientitel||The Challenges of Social and Economic Reconstruction|
|AutorInnen||Addison, T, Brück, T|
|Anzahl Seiten||368 pp.|
|Stadt||Basingstoke / UK|
Reconstruction from conflict is a complex and demanding task, and a major challenge for post-conflict countries as well as the international community. Countries and their donor partners face multiple priorities - rebuilding infrastructure, assisting war-damaged communities, and re-creating weakened institutions - with too few resources to meet these needs. Moreover, if the poor are not prioritized then the end of war may have saved lives, but will have done little for livelihoods. And women are often left behind. Without reconstruction, countries may easily regress back to war.