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Armed violence reduction
This book addresses the establishment of good programs to help reduce armed violence globally.--Publisher"s description.
|Other titles||Conflict and fragility, Réduire la violence armée, permettre le développement.|
|Contributions||Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.|
|LC Classifications||HM1116 .A756 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||136 p. :|
|Number of Pages||136|
|LC Control Number||2009470820|
Programming for Armed Violence Reduction is at a relatively nascent stage compared to many other sectors. UNICEF is developing strong partnerships with several other UN agencies and with national partners to develop coherent approaches towards this complex issue, beginning with the Armed Violence Prevention Programme. This book contains a large-scale mapping of Armed Violence Reduction and Prevention activities, focusing on six countries - Brazil, Burundi, Colombia, Liberia, South Africa and Timor-Leste - with a view to understanding what works and what does not work.
Armed violence poses a significant obstacle to poverty reduction. So why have so few development agencies dealt with the problem of small arms in their policies or programmes? This report from the Department for International Development discusses ways of integrating arms controls into development policy and programmes and suggests that more needs to be done [ ]. Lee "Armed Violence Reduction Enabling Development" por Collective disponible en Rakuten Kobo. Each year, people die as a result of armed violence. It increasingly exploits a link between conflict and crime Brand: OECD.
economic costs of armed violence, to assess risks and vulnerabilities, to evaluate the effectiveness of armed violence reduction programmes, and to disseminate knowledge of best practices. The Declaration calls upon states to achieve measur-able reductions in the global burden of armed violence and tangible improvements in human security by Armed violence reduction: enabling development. Each year, people die as a result of armed violence. It increasingly exploits a link between conflict and crime and undermines our chances of reaching the Millennium Development Goals.
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Each year, people die as a result of armed violence. It increasingly exploits a link between conflict and crime and undermines our chances of reaching the Millennium Development Goals. This book will help aid donors - both policy advisors and programme staff - to transform good words into good programmes that can ultimately help reduce armed violence globally.
Armed Violence Reduction and Prevention (AVRP) is an emerging paradigm that builds on the Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration approach and extends it even further.
AVRP considers the impacts of armed violence on social and economic development and, vice-versa, the lack of development as a cause of armed : Daniel Cerván.
Armed Violence Reduction and Prevention (AVR) and the Armed Violence Lens. Many development practitioners and their national partners now agree that comprehensive approaches are needed to reduce and prevent armed violence. They have begun to adapt a wide assortment of programmes to meet this objective.
Armed Violence Reduction Conflict and Fragility This series of books from OECD's Development Co-operation Directorate address the issues of violent conflict and fragile governments in developing countries, and how aid can be designed to reduce violence and strengthen governments.
'The Small Arms Survey Risk and Resilience provides compelling evidence for expanding our approach to armed violence reduction from one focused on treating symptoms to one that also aims at prevention.
This volume shines a light on public health-based efforts to identify risk and resilience factors of armed violence as well as a number of Author: Small Arms Survey Geneva.
ARMED VIOLENCE REDUCTION: ENABLING DEVELOPMENT – ISBN – © OECD 4 – FOREWORD lessons learned from security sector reform, as well as conflict and crime prevention.
The innovation in this paper is the focus on the victims and perpetrators of armed violence and the institutional and cultural environmentFile Size: 1MB. Publications & Research. As well as our project work, the Centre for Armed Violence Reduction is proud to contribute to and to publish a range of reports, articles and papers relating to arms control and armed violence reduction.
Read the most. armed violence reduction Acknowledging the severity of armed violence, Danish Demining Group (DDG) has developed a comprehensive Armed Violence Reduction (AVR) approach to reduce the impact of conflict and armed violence.
The Centre for Armed Violence Reduction (CAVR) is an international non-profit public health group which partners with governments, organisations and individuals around the world to reduce and prevent armed violence.
The Centre is proud to. Armed Violence Reduction: Enabling Development. ©OECD People DDG applies a bottom-up approach, focusing on the security needs and perceptions of the individuals, communities and societies impacted by armed violence.
Agents DDG uncovers and confronts perpetrators of, and accomplices to. target key risk factors for armed violence and work to prevent violence in general, it is likely that armed violence reduction can be achieved.
The evidence gap: There is a lack of evidence from middle- and, in particular, low-income countries on preventing armed and other violence despite the fact they suffer disproportionate levels of Size: 1MB.
incaf armed Violence reduction (aVr) advisory panel who provided insightful feedback during the course of this paper’s conceptual development and editorial review.
Special recognition is owed to the following individu-als for their input: david atwood and adam drury of the Quaker united.
armed violence, to assess risks and vulnerabilities, to evaluate the effectiveness of armed violence reduction programmes, and to disseminate knowledge of best practices’.
The Declaration calls upon states to achieve demonstrable reductions in the global burden of armed violence and improvements in human security and development by File Size: 2MB. Each year, people die as a result of armed violence.
It increasingly exploits a link between conflict and crime and undermines our chances of reaching the Millennium Development Goals. This book will help aid donors - both policy advisors and programme staff - to transform good words into good programmes that can ultimately help reduce armed violence.
Armed Violence Reduction. HI works on four of the five pillars of humanitarian mine action. Our work aims to be disability-inclusive, gender and conflict-sensitive, guaranteeing the participation of affected communities in project design and implementation. Armed Violence Reduction presents a number of well-researched avenues that can help respond to the above challenges and ultimately help.
Armed violence is one of the main obstacles for human development. Its impact on the wellbeing of the people and communities as well as its negative effect on the institutions and the economy makes the reduction of armed violence a priority for public development policy. This book compares the presence or absence of organized violence in different ex-combatant communities – former fighters that used to belong to the same armed faction and who share a common, horizontal identity based on shared war-and peacetime experiences – in the Republic of Congo (ex-Cobras, Cocoyes and Ninjas) and Sierra Leone (ex-Armed.
Armed Violence Reduction: Enabling Development. Summary. Integrated, comprehensive and inclusive armed violence reduction (AVR) programmes are an emerging and growing area of development practice. This paper, published by the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development, discusses the components of a multi-level AVR approach.
Each year, people die as a result of armed violence. It increasingly exploits a link between conflict and crime and undermines our chances of reaching the Millennium Development Goals.
This book will help aid donors - both policy advisors and programme staff - to transform good words into good programmes that can ultimately help reduce armed violence Brand: OECD. The most relevant entries are the final two. The US and Europe from –, even with two world wars, saw less than 1% of their population perish in armed conflicts.
Injust % of deaths in the world were from international : Will Koehrsen.Armed violence reduction: enabling development. [Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.;] -- This book addresses the establishment of good programs to help reduce armed violence globallyPublisher's description.preventing and reducing armed violence.1 The Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) of –15, however, restricted themselves to core development aims, such as poverty reduction and improved education and health care, ignoring vio-lence, insecurity, and arms control.
In order to fill this gap, in June42 states, led by the Swiss governmentFile Size: KB.