7 edition of Engaging with fragile states found in the catalog.
Engaging with fragile states
Includes bibliographical references (p. 181-184).
|Other titles||IEG review of World Bank support to low-income countries under stress|
|Statement||[author, Soniya Carvalho].|
|Series||Independent Evaluation Group Study series|
|Contributions||World Bank. Independent Evaluation Group.|
|LC Classifications||HG3881.5.W57 C37 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 184 p. :|
|Number of Pages||184|
|ISBN 10||0821368478, 0821368486|
|ISBN 10||9780821368473, 9780821368480|
|LC Control Number||2006034735|
What is the role of urbanization in shaping trajectories of violence? Decisions are made based on consultation among the member countries. Drawing on relevant literature and fieldwork in five countries, it suggests that fragility, violent conflict, and state failure are functions not only of state inability or unwillingness to perform core tasks, but also of dysfunctional relationships in society that do not permit a state to be formed or sustained. Cambridge: Polity Press. Many are deploying conventional tactics. In urban contexts where violence is a significant factor, humanitarian interventions will need to learn from and work with others focused on conflict prevention, violence prevention and reduction, and peacebuilding.
It will be up to humanitarian actors to translate their own latent awareness and experience into good practice. Advocacy is practiced through a combination of research publications, public position statements and regular formal and informal dialogue with key international development partners through the IDPS and other fora. Among Afghans, frustration levels ran high on the billions of dollars spent, which little results to show for it. The team began with an extensive consultation phase to identify some key societal dynamics that seemed important in understanding fragility. It emphasizes the need for a learning infrastructure for synthesizing different sources of learning that can feed into a process of continuous adaptation and fine-tuning.
See also Muchembled, R. Bringing the State Back In. The aid architecture itself is still oriented toward more conventional engagement through centralized state systems and in rural areas, a fact that may slow down and even impede more comprehensive engagement. The present chapter has introduced the problem of fragility and suggested that seeing fragility as a problem of relationships in society can lead to more effective interventions in fragile situations. See also Wamsler, C.
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There is much that can be gleaned from better analyzing and learning from the formal and informal systems operating in settings characterized by chronic urban violence. London: Verso; and Graham, S. Until recently, most discussions of urbanization and humanitarian action focused less on engaging humanitarian and development in the city per se, and more on treating the underlying risks associated with urbanization to begin with.
See also Muchembled For adaptive problems, they most likely will not. This paper explores ways in which approaches for tackling adaptive problems can be institutionalized and managed in practical terms.
Throughout the s and s, warfare became progressively more urban. Attempts to tackle these problems often cause resistance in the social system, as values, perspectives and worldviews are at stake.
It seeks to address the root causes of conflict and fragility and to pursue a country-led approach for development partnerships, in line with aid effectiveness principles.
It will be up to humanitarian actors to translate their own latent awareness and experience into good practice. Ultimately, the measures and definitions applied to humanitarian emergencies could be usefully revised to allow for better disaggregation, particularly at the municipal level.
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London: Ashgate. It also allows you to accept potential citations to this item that we are uncertain about. It is no longer a question of whether, but rather where, how and in what way to engage.
Cambridge: Polity Press. The book focuses on engaging a changing global order and at the sub-systemic level how it has impacted the nature of polity and socio-economic dimensions of African states.
The existing Engaging with fragile states book applied by humanitarian agencies and donors to identify emergencies, mount responses, and mobilize resources are designed for states with demarcated geographic boundaries and populations, and clearly identified disasters or conflicts.
Fragile settings frequently present a multiplicity of actors engaged in and connected to urban violence who may have dynamic and in some cases unpredictable interests and whose power and actions directly determine whether humanitarian agencies can access populations.
And while facing real threats and challenges on the ground, urban violence is still relegated as a peripheral, even tangential, problem. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.Jan 17, · This engaging book defines and clarifies what we mean by fragile states, examining their characteristics in relation to "weak" and "failed" states in the global system, and explaining their development from pre-colonial times to the present day/5(2).
The author explores how international organizations like the World Bank have responded by adopting formal and informal rules to engage specifically with countries with weak or no governments. Von Engelhardt provides a critical analysis of the discourse on fragile states and how it has shaped the policy decision-making of international.
Downloadable! The coherence and effectiveness of engagement with the world's 'fragile and conflict- affected states'--beyond ethical imperatives and geo-strategic considerations--turns on answers to two vexing questions.
First, on what defensible basis is any given country, at any given historical moment, deemed to be (or not to be) 'fragile'? Some books are to be savored and some are to be gobbled up.
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Get this from a library! Engaging with fragile states: an IEG review of World Bank support to low-income countries under stress. [Soniya Carvalho;]. The book analyzes the failure to re-order the international system after that the conceptual debate in the early s sought - to the serious detriment of the countries labelled failed or fragile and the concept's packaging of the entire 'third world', despite its growing diversity since the mids, as atlasbowling.com by: 5.