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The Missing Link : Fostering Positive Citizen-State Relations in Post-Conflict Environments

ABUSE ACCOUNTABILITY ADMINISTRATIVE CAPACITY ADMINISTRATIVE REFORM ARMED GROUPS AUTHORITY BASIC INFRASTRUCTURE BRAIN DRAIN CAPACITY BUILDING CITIZEN CITIZEN ENGAGEMENT CITIZENS CITIZENSHIP CIVIL RIGHTS CIVIL SERVANT CIVIL SERVANTS CIVIL SERVICE REFORMS CIVIL SOCIETIES CIVIL SOCIETY CIVIL SOCIETY ACTORS CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATIONS CIVIL SOCIETY REPRESENTATIVES COMMITTEE MEETINGS CONSTITUENCIES CONSTITUENCY CONSTITUENT CONSTITUENTS CONSTITUTION CONSTRUCTIVE CRITICISM CORRUPTION CRIME DECENTRALIZATION DECENTRALIZATION PROCESS DECISION MAKING DECISION-MAKERS DECISION-MAKING DECISION-MAKING PROCESS DECREES DEMOCRACY DEMOCRATIC GOVERNANCE DEMOCRATIC PROCESSES DISARMAMENT DISSEMINATION DISTRICTS ELECTED OFFICIALS ELECTED REPRESENTATIVE ELECTED REPRESENTATIVES ELECTION ELECTIONS EQUAL PARTICIPATION ETHICS EX-COMBATANTS EXCHANGE OF INFORMATION EXECUTIVE BRANCH FINANCE MANAGEMENT FINANCIAL SUPPORT FORMAL ECONOMY FREE SPEECH FUNDAMENTAL RIGHT GOOD GOVERNANCE GOVERNANCE REFORM GOVERNMENT ASSISTANCE GOVERNMENT INFORMATION GOVERNMENT INSTITUTIONS GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS GOVERNMENT SYSTEMS HUMAN CAPITAL HUMAN RESOURCES HUMAN RIGHT HUMAN RIGHTS HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS ILLITERACY INDEPENDENT MEDIA INFORMAL SECTOR INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK INTEGRITY INTERNATIONAL ASSISTANCE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY INTERNATIONAL MEDIA INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS JOURNALISTS JUDICIAL PROCESSES JUDICIAL REFORM JUDICIARY JUSTICE LACK OF COMMUNICATION LACK OF INFORMATION LAWS LEGAL FRAMEWORK LEGAL STATUS LEGISLATION LEGISLATIVE ACTS LEGISLATIVE BODY LEGISLATIVE DECISIONS LEGISLATIVE ELECTIONS LEGISLATIVE FRAMEWORK LEGISLATIVE PROCESS LEGISLATIVE PROCESSES LEGISLATORS LEGISLATURE LEGITIMACY LIBEL LOCAL COMMUNITIES LOCAL POPULATION MANDATES MARKET ECONOMY MEDIA COVERAGE MINISTER MINISTRY OF INFORMATION MINORITY MONOPOLY NATIONAL BUDGET NATIONAL CAPACITY NATIONAL CONSENSUS NATIONAL DIALOGUE NATIONAL LEVEL NATIONAL POLICY NATIONAL SECURITY NATIONAL STATE NATIONS PARLIAMENT PEACE PEACEKEEPING PEER PRESSURE POLICE POLICY DECISIONS POLICY ISSUES POLICY MAKERS POLITICAL ACTION POLITICAL COMMITMENT POLITICAL CONTROL POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS POLITICAL ISSUES POLITICAL LANDSCAPE POLITICAL LEADERS POLITICAL LEADERSHIP POLITICAL PARTIES POLITICAL PROCESSES POLITICAL SYSTEM POLITICAL TURMOIL POLITICAL UNCERTAINTY POLITICAL UNREST POLITICAL WILL POLITICIANS POOR GOVERNANCE POST-CONFLICT SETTINGS PRACTITIONERS PRINT MEDIA PROGRESS PUBLIC AFFAIRS PUBLIC BROADCASTING PUBLIC DEBATE PUBLIC DEMAND PUBLIC DISCOURSE PUBLIC EDUCATION PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT PUBLIC FINANCE PUBLIC HEARINGS PUBLIC INFORMATION PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS PUBLIC OFFICIALS PUBLIC OPINION PUBLIC OPINIONS PUBLIC PARTICIPATION PUBLIC POLICY PUBLIC PRESSURE PUBLIC SECTOR PUBLIC SERVICE PUBLIC SERVICES PUBLIC SPHERE PUBLIC SUPPORT PUBLIC SYSTEM RADIO RADIO STATIONS RECOMMENDATIONS FOR ACTION REFUGEE REFUGEES REGULATORY BODY REGULATORY FRAMEWORK REGULATORY FRAMEWORKS RELIGIOUS GROUPS RELIGIOUS LEADERS REMEDY REPRESSION RESPECT RULE OF LAW RURAL AREAS RURAL POPULATIONS SECURITY POLICY SERVICE DELIVERY SEX SOCIAL MOVEMENTS STATE ASSETS STATE FUNCTIONS STATE FUNDING STATE INSTITUTIONS SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT TECHNICAL CAPACITY TECHNICAL TRAINING TELEVISION TRANSPARENCY TRAUMA TREATIES TREATY TV VICTIMS VIOLENCE VOTING VOTING RECORDS WAR WARFARE WARS WORKING CONDITIONS YOUTH
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World Bank, Washington, DC
Africa | East Asia and Pacific | Burundi | Liberia | Timor-Leste
2017-09-08T18:16:58Z | 2017-09-08T18:16:58Z | 2008

The aim of this study is to convince national and multilateral policy makers of the importance of the public sphere concept for democratic governance and strategic post-conflict assistance planning with the objective of positive and sustainable change in current post-conflict assistance policy and practice. The study introduces the conceptual thinking underlying the public sphere framework and, citing evidence from different countries, highlights its relevance and calls for its application in post-conflict environments. For practitioners the study provides a public sphere assessment toolkit and a toolbox for interventions. It also offers concrete examples and recommendations on how to address the specific governance challenges identified through a public sphere analysis in three countries: Timor-Leste, Liberia and Burundi.

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