5 edition of Towards sustainable peace in Sierra Leone found in the catalog.
Towards sustainable peace in Sierra Leone
Includes bibliographical references (p. 13-14).
|Statement||Nikki Funke and Hussein Solomon.|
|Series||Peace and governance programme ;, no. 4, Africa Institute occasional paper ;, no. 68, Occasional papers of the Africa Institute ;, no. 68.|
|Contributions||Solomon, Hussein., Africa Institute of South Africa.|
|LC Classifications||DT1 .A2148 no. 60 2002, DT516.826 .A2148 no. 60 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 14 p. :|
|Number of Pages||14|
|LC Control Number||2003538569|
Vision Statement. To help Sierra Leone effectively realize Goal 7 of the UN Sustainable Development Goals Agenda and the ECOWAS Renewable Energy Policy initiative thereby increasing energy access, creating clean environment, saving lives and enhancing sustainable energy for all by Rashid Justice Dumbuya. the resource-based communities to work as co-partners towards sustainable community development. Hence, this thesis argues that government policies should move away from seeing resource communities as recipients and representatives in Eastern Sierra Leone. To do this, the thesis uses data from a wide rage of indebt semi-structured.
Sierra Leone is a country in West Africa, close to the equator, with an area of 71, square kilometres (27, square miles) —similar in size to South Carolina or Scotland. It shares land borders with Guinea and Liberia and is bordered to the west by the Atlantic Ocean. The country became a British colony in , though British influence began in the late 18th century when former slaves. to peacebuilding but also from conflict to building a sustainable peace. With the current UN focus on conflict prevention for sustaining peace, this policy brief provides practical recommendations on what this means in practice. POLICY BRIEF. Sustaining peace in practice. Liberia and Sierra Leone. Amanda Lucey and Liezelle Kumalo.
Pathways for Peace: Laying the Groundwork for a New Focus on Prevention. Pathways for Peace: Inclusive Approaches to Preventing Violent Conflict is a joint study of the United Nations and the World Bank. The study originates from the conviction on the part of both institutions that the attention of the international community needs to be urgently refocused on prevention. Jonathan Tengbe Sierra Leone Telegraph: 19 March After several letters were sent to all presidential aspirants of the SLPP, and also to the various party stakeholders, we were finally able to hold the first conference at the Bank of Sierra Leone complex. The main aim was for flagbearer aspirants to articulate a unity pathway..
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Towards sustainable peace in Sierra Leone. [Nikki Funke; Hussein Solomon; Africa Institute of South Africa.] Book: All Authors / Contributors: Nikki Funke; Hussein Solomon; Africa Institute of South Africa. Find more information about: ISBN: Four-and-a-half years later, Sierra Leone was selected as one of two coun Towards Sustainable Peace and Development in Sierra Leone: Civil Society and the Peacebuilding Commission: Journal of Peacebuilding & Development: Vol 4, No 2Cited by: 1.
Towards Sustainable Peace and Development in Sierra Leone: Civil Society and the Peacebuilding Commission ArticleAuthor: Wendy Lambourne. Towards Sustainable Peace and Security in Africa: The Challenges of Security sector Governance in Post Conflict Sierra Leone Author: eboade Last modified by: faboagye Created Date: 9/22/ AM Company: Maison de la paix Other titles.
Pursuing sustainable peace through post-conﬂ ict peacebuilding: The case of Sierra Leone Theo Neethling* Many of the world’s poorest states have experienced violent conﬂ ict in the past decades and it is today widely accepted that armed conﬂ icts require sustained efforts that.
The Sierra Leone Post-conflict Peacebuilding Experiences Memunatu Pratt Department of Peace and Conflict Studies, Fourah Bay College, University of Sierra Leone 1.
Background “Sierra Leone is a West African country with a population of about million and a land area of 27, square miles (73, square kilo meters). The country is bounded. The people centred plan is aligned to the Africa Union Agenda and the SDG’s, to strategically guide the delivery of services and ensure that no one is left behind in Sierra Leone.
Sierra Leone has identified SDG4 (education) and SDG16 (justice) as accelerators for pursuing its developmental agenda, based on estimations that both goals are central in its transformational trajectory. Liezelle Kumalo is a researcher in the Peace Operations and Peacebuilding Division of the ISS.
Her work experience includes gender, peace and security, and peacebuilding. She has an MA in International Relations from the University of the Witwatersrand. For more on building sustainable peace in Liberia, watch this exclusive ISS/United Nations video. What are the Sustainable Development Goals.
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), also known as the Global Goals, were adopted by all United Nations Member States in as a universal call to action to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure that all people enjoy peace and prosperity. By: Gustavo de Carvalho, (Senior Researcher, Training for Peace (TfP) Programme, Conflict Management and Peacebuilding Division, ISS Pretoria) The closing of the United Nations Integrated Peacebuilding Office in Sierra Leone (UNIPSIL) on 31 March was a celebrated milestone in the UN’s work in the small West African country.
Towards Sustainable Peace and Security in Africa: The Challenges of Security sector Governance in Post Conflict Sierra Leone Author: eboade Last modified by: Charel Bezuidenhout Created Date: 9/22/ AM Company: Maison de la paix Other titles.
The paper notes, in the fourth section, however, that significant gaps remain, such as entrenched mindsets, donor dependency, the rising uncontrolled emergence of privatisation of security, issues of transitional justice, and the need to more vigorously address the ‘youth question’ as a sine qua non for sustainable peace and democratic governance of the security sector in Sierra Leone.
It is then. “The war is over, go and enjoy life,” Sierra Leone's former president, Ahmad Tejan Kabbah, declared at a January symbolic burning of weapons and ammunition to mark the end of the country. A FAREWELL TO DR. STEVE WRIGHT (): First and foremost I would like to pay my heart-felt condolences to Steve’s beloved ones upon this more than saddening loss: my personal condolences and also those of his friends and colleagues from the European Peace Research Association (EuPRA) and IPRA.
Read More. Tribute to Michael True: On 28 Aprilthe world lost an inspiring and. Sierra Leone’s beautiful beaches and impressive landscape could be a major draw for tourists. Discussions are underway for the establishment of the country’s first four marine protected areas: Yawri Bay, the Sherbro River Estuary, the Sierra Leone River Estuary and the Scarcies River Estuary.
Lessons Learned from United Nations Peacekeeping Experiences in Sierra Leone This report will review some of what has been achieved, despite the early problems, and recommend how they can be replicated in other peacekeeping missions.
It will also try and identify what were the causes of the problems and how they can be avoided in the future. THE AGENDA FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT July GOVERNMENT OF SIERRA LEONE ADVANCED DRAFT REPORT ON ADAPTATION OF THE GOALS IN SIERRA LEONE.
Table of Contents a durable and robust peace infrastructure is all the more critical to ensuring sustainable. The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), in particular offer a set of potentially radical solutions to billions of people’s fears and insecuri- ties by articulating a people-centered agenda for sustainable peace.
out the foreseeable long term consequences for a sustainable peace in Sierra Leone. This author firmly believes that the peace process in Sierra Leone merely depicted women as a vulnerable group or victims of conflicts that needs protection, a stand point until recently, of the international community.
This research explores the relationship between ‘core government functions’ (CGF) and transitions in fragile and conflict-affected situations (FCAS), using the context of five countries including Colombia, Myanmar, Pakistan, Sierra Leone and South Sudan as case studies.
Sierra Leone was thus subjected to the parody of democratic elections before peace had been secured. The people accepted this development because, in their eagerness for constitutional rule, they calculated that any alternative to the rule of the youthful NPRC government, with which they had become thoroughly disgusted, was tolerable, and felt.Sierra Leone remains among the world’s poorest countries, ranking out of countries in the Human Development Index in % of the population lives below the income poverty line.
Economically, Sierra Leone was the country that was hit the hardest by the Ebola epidemic - the scale of which the world had never seen before.View our complete catalog of authoritative Environment and Sustainability related book titles and textbooks published by Routledge and CRC Press.