International Support to Post-Conflict Transition
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International Support to Post-Conflict Transition

Rethinking Policy, Changing Practice

1.5 billion people live in countries affected by repeated cycles of violence and insecurity. These countries face tremendous challenges as they transition from conflict to peace. International support can play a crucial role in these contexts, but has so far struggled to deliver transformative results. This volume presents clear policy recommendations for better practice in order to improve the speed, flexibility, predictability and risk management of international support during post-conflict transition.

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15 Mar 2012
DOI: 
10.1787/9789264168336-en
 
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OECD
Pages:
11–14
DOI: 
10.1787/9789264168336-3-en

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Around 1.5 billion people live in countries affected by repeated cycles of violence and insecurity. These countries represent a central challenge for development and are a priority for many states’ national security interests. Sustained and co-ordinated support is required to tackle the risks and vulnerabilities inherent in such situations. The continued relevance and influence of OECD governments will in part depend on their ability to deliver results and make a difference in these most challenging of environments.
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