3 edition of Peace and conflict impact assessment in Sri Lanka found in the catalog.
Peace and conflict impact assessment in Sri Lanka
W. S. Chandrasekara
Study with focus on the Muslim community in Mawanella, Sri Lanka.
|Series||SLFI/FES research paper -- No. 5, FES publication -- 67|
|Contributions||Sri Lanka Foundation Institute., Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (Sri Lanka)|
|LC Classifications||DS489.25.M8 C49 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||40,  ;|
|Number of Pages||40|
|LC Control Number||2006542256|
armed conflict. The Sri Lanka Country Document This discussion document looks at children in Sri Lanka and their relationship to the conflict between government and LTTE forces in four principle areas: ♦ Economy ♦ Physical impacts ♦ Socio-cultural & educational life ♦ Psycho-emotional issues. ongoing debate on the so-called peace and conflict impact assessment The debate (e.g. Northern Ireland or Sri Lanka). In Kenya In their book, File Size: 1MB. South Africa, Pretoria city is great place of this kind of signature conference as a scientific research conference organizers, The Global Academic Research Institute (GARI) proudly present 03 rd International Conference on Peace and Conflict Management (ICPCM ) in Professional Collaboration with Awesome Impact Media under the theme of "Religion, Conflict and Reconciliation".
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Aid,Conflict and Peace Building in Sri Lanka Jonathan Goodhand5 Book 2/Sri Lanka 7/8/01 pm Page 5 6 The Conflict, Security & Development Group Conflict Assessments 2. The Identity Politics of Peace Building looks at civil society and peace movements in the context of the identity-based armed conflict(s) in Sri Lanka.
It fo. Sri Lanka, one of the most promising states in Asia following independence inhas been torn apart for the past fifteen years by a vicious civil war. This book of essays by Sri Lankan and Author: Robert I. Rotberg. Institute of policy studies Sri Lanka Rationale – In recent years approaches of crisis and conflict prevention have rapidly gained currency in Sri Lanka.
To ensure sustainable development, and to avoid the economic and social costs of violent conflicts it is important to be sensitive to the peace and conflict impacts of development interventions, and, where possible, contribute towards conflict prevention. This paper shows that in Sri Lanka, war, peace and violent conflict are in essence a “continuation of domestic politics by other means” and “triumph of the hegemony of the right” at local and global levels.
Specifically, post-civil war Sri Lanka harbors an enormous potential. The Peacebuilding Context Assessment (PCA) is a report commissioned by the United Nations to inform the development of a peacebuilding program in Sri Lanka. The objective of the PCA is to provide a descriptive and analytical summary of the contemporary challenges and opportunities with respect to peacebuilding in Sri Size: 1MB.
This report, Crisis Group’s first on Sri Lanka, describes the background to the conflict, its successive stages and the present state of play, identifying the major problems that have plagued the peace process so far. It will be followed by a series of more specifically focused reports containing recommendations.
Colombo/Brussels, 28 November. Peace and Conflict Impact Assessment (PCIA) Handbook Part 3 provides Decision Tools to consolidate the unintended impacts of a project, and to identify how the project can address the harm or pursue a new opportunity to benefit the peace (Table 9). Depending on the findings of the Impact Assessment, solutions may be found in a multitude of File Size: 2MB.
Peace and Conflict Impact Assessment (PCIA) is a term used to describe the impacts of external activities in the context of a conflict. The Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung regards conflict analysis, conflict sensitive project planning and implementation, and conflict-related impact assessment as phases of the PCIA concept and process.
PCIA is a tool for. Peace and Conflict Impact Assessment Annex 5 d) Updating of conflict analysis and preparation of results ⇒ Information on changes in the conflict situation, underlying reasons and confirmation / recommendations for adjustments in strategy and working areas (e.g.
twice a year) IV Conflict-related impact assessment. Government-LTTE Peace Negotiations in and the Clash of State Formation Projects Jayadeva Uyangoda 3. The Indian Factor in the Peace Process and Conflict Resolution in Sri Lanka S.I.
Keethaponcalan 4. Superpowers and Small Conflicts: The United States and Sri Lanka. His main areas of work are theory and practice of ethnopolitical conflict management, integration of conflict manage- ment into development cooperation and humanitarian aid, as well as contributions by civil society actors to peace-building with special regional focus on the southern Caucasus, OSCE and Sri Lanka.
A Measure of Peace: Peace and Conflict Impact Assessment of Development Projects in Conflict Zones is an excellent piece to launch the Working Paper series in that it examines the critical linkages between peace/conflict and development. Peacebuilding, the paper argues, should not be regarded as a specific activity but as an impact.
[Committee for Rational Development, Sri Lanka: The ethnic conflict (New Delhi, ), p. 21] On 19 May the President of Sri Lanka, Mahinda Rajapakse, declared that the conflict between the Government and the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) was over and that the Government had prevailed.
Dramatic military advances since the. in or on Sri Lanka since Bart Klem is a researcher at the Conflict Research Unit of the Clingendael Institute. He has conducted research and consultancy in Sri Lanka for the last five years.
He has co-edited a volume (with Georg Frerks) entitled 'Dealing with Diversity: Sri Lankan Discourses on Peace and Conflict' (). War Sri Lanka, ICES Research Paper 4, February 5.
Samararatne, Dinesha () A Provisional Evaluation of the Contribution of the Supreme Court to Political Reconciliation in Post-War Sri Lanka (May August ), ICES Research Paper 5, March 6.
Schubert, Andi () Victorious Victims: An Analysis of Sri Lanka’s Post-WarCited by: 2. Systemic Conflict Transformation: Reflections on the Conflict and Peace Process in Sri Lanka Norbert Ropers *1. Introduction In the last 15 years, concepts of conflict transformation have been increasingly applied to address the post-Cold War conflicts.
They have become core concepts in the. He was 54 years old. Ken will be remembered for his pioneering work on Peace and Conflict Impact Assessment (PCIA), which he began while at IDRC inand his on-going efforts on evaluation in conflict zones, seeking to bridge the gap between Peace and Conflict.
Handbook Conflict-Sensitive Programme Management Adressing fragilities, promoting human rights, promoting peaceful, just and inclusive societies Preventing conflict and all forms of violence. Its impact has continued to haunt, not only the relations between the two countries, but in shaping Sri Lanka’s policy on ensuring ethnic peace that continues to be a work in progress.
Many tomes have been written about the ISLA and the Indian Peace Keeping Force operations in Sri Lanka by researchers and authors from both sides of the Palk. Facebook released the company’s Human Rights Impact Assessment for Sri Lanka today.
At the time of writing, Joshua Brustein writing for Bloomberg has one of the first takes on the report, highlighting Facebook’s apology for its role in Sri Lanka’s violence.
Commissioned by Facebook, the report was conducted and written by Article One. As noted in the Executive Summary of the HRIA. Throughout most of this decade, Sri Lanka has suffered from escalating violence. Once the envy of many developing countries for its educational and health care systems, the current crisis has reversed these achievements and damaged much of the social fabric of this small Indian Ocean country.
The conflict centers around years of pent-up frustrations between two ethnic groups - the largely. Peace Negotiations of Sri Lankan Conflict in Peace negotiations in Sri Lanka, Nor-wegian facilitation, Third party intervention, Intractable conflict Abstract huge impact on the Sri Lankan peace process during the studied period.
Since one of theFile Size: KB. fundamentalisms and divisive practices of proselytism) that have an impact on local conflict dynamics in the Nigeria case. The relationship between international donors and the social cohesion concept is highly complex and politically contentious in Sri Lanka.
The most important finding in this case is that the government formally has embracedFile Size: 2MB. To End a Civil War tells the story of trying to bring peace to Sri Lanka.
In particular it tells the story of how a faraway European nation came to play a central role in efforts to end the long-running South Asian conflict, and what its small, dedicated team of mediators did in their untiring efforts to reach the ultimately elusive goal of a.
Sri Lanka’s trauma with communal violence raging in Kandy eased on March 9, According to media reports (Times of India & Indian express, Mar. 10, ), no incidents were reported from the affected neighbourhoods of Kandy since then, although tension prevailed amidst strict security measures enforced by the security forces.
Pawns of Peace – Evaluation of Norwegian peace efforts in Sri Lanka, iii Preface For several years, Norway was involved in efforts to contribute to a peaceful solution to the conflict in Sri Lanka. After the military victory by the Sri Lankan army over the Tamil Tigers (LTTE) in MayNorway no longer had a role to play.
ThisCited by: The impact of civil war on population mobility and ethnic segregation in Sri Lanka,() [As cited in Korf B.
and Silva K. T., Poverty, Ethnicity and Conflict in Sri Lanka, ()] Silva K. T., Armed conflict, displacement and poverty trends in Sri Lanka:.
"Aid, Conflict and Peacebuilding in Sri Lanka" (Goodhand and Klem, ), which examines the peace process in Sri Lanka with a particular focus on international engagement.
Donors have provided development assistance to Sri Lanka for decades, although its significance in the national economy is decreasing. Severe conflict has.
Sri Lanka: Country overview For 25 years, Sri Lanka was ravaged by a long running and bloody civil war, due to ethnic tensions between the Sinhalese majority and the Tamil minority. The conflict cost the lives of an estima topeople, and hundreds of.
Since the end of the war they have moved from responding to crisis situations to strategically addressing deep underlying development problems in post-conflict Sri Lanka. JSAC focuses on former IDPs (returnees), women-headed families, and children in areas of poverty; implementing projects that will reduce the impact of disaster and trauma, and.
This book explores the key role of gender in peace research, conflict resolution and international politics. Rather than simply 'add gender and stir' the aim is to transcend different disciplinary boundaries and conceptual approaches to provide a more integrated basis for research and study.
KOFF (). Peace and Conflict Impact Assessment and Conflict Sensitivity. Bern: Center for Peacebuilding. Neufeldt, R.C. "Frameworkers" and "Circlers" -- exploring assumptions in Peace and Conflict Impact Assessment.
Berlin: Berghof Research Center for Constructive Conflict Management. Paffenholz, T. Indian Peace Keeping Force (IPKF) was the Indian military contingent performing a peacekeeping operation in Sri Lanka between and It was formed under the mandate of the Indo-Sri Lankan Accord that aimed to end the Sri Lankan Civil War between Sri Lankan Tamil nationalists such as the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) and the Sri Lankan : Indian Army, Indian Navy, Indian Air Force.
This article is the first of a two-part series. ‘Tamil Perspective on Negotiating Peace in Sri Lanka’ was originally a talk delivered by the author on the occasion of the launch of the book Negotiating Peace in Sri Lanka: Efforts, Failures and Lessons.
edited by Dr. Kumar Rupasinghe at the BMICH, Colombo, on Tuesday, 21 February To reflect a comprehensively Tamil perspective on. Buddhism, conflict, and violence in modern Sri Lanka / edited by Mahinda Deegalle. – (Routledge critical studies in Buddhism) Includes bibliographical references and index.
Buddhism and social problems – Sri Lanka. Reconciliation – Religious aspects – Theravada Buddhism. Violence – Religious aspects – Theravada. Experience in a number of situations of armed conflict (Central America, Bosnia, Afghanistan, Sri Lanka) suggests that CBR has a constructive role to play in by: 1Former Assistant Professor, Peace and Conflict Studies, University of Dhaka, Dhaka, Bangladesh 2Research Scholar, Peace and Conflict Studies, University of Dhaka, Dhaka, Bangladesh ABSTRACT Ethnic conflict is one of the biggest problems in the modern era.
The ethnic conflict in Sri Lanka File Size: KB. Articles, publications, books, tools and multimedia features from the U.S. Institute of Peace provide the latest news, analysis, research findings, practitioner guides and reports, all related to the conflict zones and issues that are at the center of the Institute’s work to prevent and reduce violent conflict.
Sri Lanka has shown steady growth over the last decade although key macroeconomic challenges persist. Sri Lanka is a middle-income country with a GDP per capita of USD 4, () and a total population of million people.
Following 30 years of civil war that ended inSri Lanka’s economy grew at an average percent during the. Shanti Community Animation Movement (SCAM) works with victims of war in the North & East of Sri Lanka who are suffering the scars of stress due to the trauma of war: loved ones lost, houses, valuables and even their very dignity destroyed.
SCAM can only work towards creating an environment conducive to peace and reconciliation. Sri Lanka gives the rebels 24 hours to surrender.
24 April The United Nations says nearly 6, civilians have been killed wounded in three months of .Ethnic Conflict in Sri Lanka: Changing Dynamics Observers of Sri Lanka’s peace process are often baffled by the relative ease with which the main parties to the country’s ethnic conflict have repeat-edly abandoned opportunities to work out a peace settlement through negotiations.
For example, the government of Sri Lanka and theFile Size: KB.