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A Comparative Study of Ex-Combatant Reintegration in the African Great Lakes Region : Trajectories, Processes, and Paradoxes

COMMUNITIES SOCIAL NORMS CRIMINALITY POST-CONFLICT SETTING COMMUNITY PROJECTS KINSHIP PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT REPORTER SOCIAL INTERACTIONS EX- COMBATANT EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES COMBATANTS CULTURAL PRACTICES GROUPS SOCIETAL NORMS CONSTRAINTS LEGAL STATUS FAMILY MEMBERS OBSERVER SOCIAL STRUCTURE SOLDIER PROJECTS SOLDIERS ASSOCIATIONS NATIONAL LEVEL INDEPENDENCE VULNERABILITY CONFLICT INTERNATIONAL BANK CATALYST COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION POLARIZATION COUNTERPARTS KNOWLEDGE COMMUNITY MEMBERS ROAD TRAINING ECONOMIC BENEFITS FAMILY UNIT PERSONAL EMPOWERMENT WEAPONS PEACEBUILDING SECONDARY SCHOOL EXPERTS FLAGS VIOLENCE TRUST ORGANIZATIONS COMMUNITY DYNAMICS INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT GUERRILLAS MARRIAGE ARMED FORCES EX-COMBATANTS SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT MENTAL HEALTH INFRASTRUCTURE PROGRESS GENOCIDE EDUCATION SYSTEMS UNEMPLOYMENT LESSONS LEARNED UNDP GRANT YOUNG MEN TACTIC VOCATIONAL TRAINING FOOD SECURITY EX- COMBATANTS POLICIES INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS CONFLICT SETTINGS PARTICIPATION BOUNDARIES REINTEGRATION PROCESS ECONOMIC STATUS POLICY MAKERS REBEL NATIONAL LEVELS CHILD SOLDIERS CHILD SOLDIER WORKSHOP ECONOMIC REINTEGRATION SAFETY NET VICTIMS VICTIM URBAN AREAS EX-COMBATANT ECONOMY DEMOBILIZATION VIOLENT CONFLICT AGENCIES SOCIAL NETWORKS SOCIAL DIMENSIONS COMMUNITY ISSUES COMMUNITY BASED APPROACHES COMMUNITY STRUCTURES FARMERS ASSOCIATIONS NATION REFUGEES POPULATIONS DEMOBILIZATIONS FLAG ECONOMIC ASSISTANCE SECURITY THREAT ADOLESCENTS COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES POLICY FIGHTING MEETINGS ROADS SOCIAL CAPITAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITIES COMMUNITY NETWORKS WARS WAR COMMUNITY MEMBERS ILLNESS POLITICAL REINTEGRATION DISABILITY FAMILY STRUCTURES DISARMAMENT SOCIAL COHESION REHABILITATION DRUG CONFLICTS INTERNATIONAL INTERVENTION UNIVERSITY STUDENTS FINANCIAL SUPPORT LIVING CONDITIONS SOCIAL REINTEGRATION PRACTITIONERS CIVIL WAR AGREEMENT COMMUNITY CONFLICT RESOLUTION FEES SOCIAL CHANGE RECONCILIATION ILLNESSES EPIDEMIOLOGICAL RESEARCH MEETING PEACE POST CONFLICT SETTINGS ARMED CONFLICTS COMMUNITY MEETINGS RECONSTRUCTION BENEFITS ECONOMIES
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World Bank, Washington, DC
Africa | Central Africa
2016-03-03T18:11:42Z | 2016-03-03T18:11:42Z | 2014-07

This report is structured in three parts. Part one is a summary document, including: (i) an executive summary (ii) an introduction; (iii) a review of core concepts of reintegration that will be referred to in this study; (iv) a meta-analysis of reintegration process¬es in the Great Lakes Region (GLR) vis-à-vis the conceptual discussion; and (v) conclusions to the summary document. Part two (annex one) comprises an in-depth review and analysis of data on the reintegration process-es of ex-combatants across the GLR. Part three (annex two) is an in-depth analysis of community dynamics across the GLR. In brief, part one of the study is a meta-analytical and knowledge-focused piece that reflects more broadly on the detailed analysis of the datasets presented in annexes one and two, therefore, this part can be read as a freestanding report. However, it’s worth noting that any reading will benefit significantly from exploring the detailed findings in annexes one and two.

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