Identifying Lessons from Ddr Experiences in Africa

Workshop Report (ISS Monograph) by Sarah Meek

Publisher: Institute for Security Studies

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ISBN: X OCLC Number: Notes: Includes executive summary. Based on the workshop "Identifying Lessons from DDR Experiences in Africa", hosted by the ISS (South Africa) and the Kofi Annan International Peacekeeping Training Centre (Ghana), in.

DDR, with the former combatants the primary focus for interventions. The report suggests that DDR should be developed in concert with larger programmes for national recovery, but DDR itself should not become the societal vehicle for post-conflict peacebuilding.

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Identifying lessons from DDR experiences in Africa v. Identifying Lessons from DDR Experiences in Africa: Workshop Report | Sarah Meek & Mark Malan (Ed.), Publisher: Institute for Security Studies ()ISBN: xCondition: Very GoodBinding: SoftcoverPages: 62Dimensions: x x cmSKU: IZWeight: kgPrice: Rby Sarah Meek & Mark Malan (Ed.) Please see photo for synopsis of book.

T here are approximatelyindividuals in a variety of nonstate militias, national armies, and paramilitary groups slated to undergo DDR programs across Africa.

This is consistent with the estimated average annual DDR caseload for most of the last decade. As previous large-scale efforts in Angola, Liberia, and Sierra Leone have Identifying Lessons from Ddr Experiences in Africa book down, new challenges in South Sudan, Côte d’Ivoire.

Disarmament, demobilization and reintegration (DDR) programmes are fast becoming a norm in post-conflict contexts (United Nations, ). These programmes are designed to collect weapons from and to demobilize fighting factions and, subsequently, to assist ex-combatants in reintegrating into civilian by: 3.

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