Development Cooperation after War and Violent Conflict: Debates and Challenges

Sabine Kurtenbach, Matthias Seifert
Content Type
Working Paper
Institute for Development and Peace
The report asks for the determining factors and specific challenges of development cooperation after war and violent conflict. Based on an extensive review of current literature, the report identifies six issue areas relevant to development cooperation. Furthermore, relevant actors and policies of select donors are analyzed. The report concludes that many links between the different issue areas in post-conflict/post-war situations have not been analyzed thoroughly enough and thus recommends further research.
Conflict Resolution, Development, War, Foreign Aid