Working in fragile, conflict-affected states: further evidence

06 September 2011

International Development Committee question Global Witness and the Institute of Development Studies on Working Effectively in Fragile and Conflict-Affected States:DRC, Rwanda and Burundi

Tuesday 13 September 2011, Committee Room 5, Palace of Westminster

At 10.30am: 

  • Daniel Balint-Kurti, Campaign Leader, DRC, Global Witness
  • Annie Dunnebacke, Senior Campaigner, Conflict Resources, Global Witness

At 11.10am:

  • Professor David Leonard, Professorial Fellow in Governance, Institute of Development Studies
  • Joanna Wheeler, Research Fellow, Participation, Power and Social Change Team, Institute of Development Studies

This is the second evidence session for the inquiry into working effectively in fragile and conflict-affected states with specific reference to DRC, Rwanda and Burundi.

The Main themes covered are

(i) Supporting Provision of basic services; (ii) Building governance, including at the local and community level; (iii) Protection and empowerment of women and girls; (iv) Security and Justice Sector Reform; (v) Economic Recovery and livelihoods.

Image; IStock 

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