Conflict analysis - Main Users / Purpose
|Developmental Organisations, Non- Governmental Organisations, Private Sector, Change Agents|
Although Developmental Cooperation (DC) generally seeks to be neutral or non-partisan towards different conflict parties, the experiences with humanitarian aid and DC, in acute conflict situations at the beginning of the 1990s (Somalia, Rwanda), has shown that the impact of their work is not neutral, aggravating or reducing conflict. The risks of political instability and violence call for an in-depth understanding of the local situation, and place great demands on the management of developmental projects.
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