Do No Harm (Local Capacities for Peace) - References

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Anderson, Mary B. (2000): Reflecting on the Practice of Outside assistance: Can we know what we do good? Berghof Handbook for Conflict Transformation, Berlin.

Anderson, Mary B. (ed.) (2000) Options for Aid in Conflict: Lessons From Field Experience, Cambridge, MA: Collaborative for Development Action, Inc.

Anderson, Mary B. (1999) Do No Harm: How Aid Can Support Peace—Or War, Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner Publishers.

Anderson, Mary B. (1999) The Implications of Do No Harm for Donors and Aid Agency Headquarters. Available at http://www.cdainc.com/lcpp-policy.htm.

Anderson, Mary B. (1996) Do No Harm: Supporting Local Capacities for Peace Through Aid, Cambridge, MA: Collaborative for Development Action, Inc.

Heinrich, Wolfgang (1999): Promotion of Peace Processes by Development Cooperation – Local Capacities for Peace must be strengthened. In: Development & Co-operation, 6/99.

Heinrich, Wolfgang (2003) Relief And Development Assistance in the Context of Crisis and Conflict: Collaborative Learning from Experience – The Local Capacities for Peace Project. Paper presented at the 29th Session of the United Nations Administrative Committee on Coordination, March 11 to 15, 2002, Berlin.

Jackson, Stephen and Peter Walker (1999) Depolarising the „Broadened” and „Back-to-Basics” Relief Models, in: Disasters, 23(2):93 – 114

Wallace, Marshall (2001) The Learning Process of the Local Capacities for Peace Project. Development & Practice (forthcoming).

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