Post-war Political Settlements: From Participatory Transition Processes to Inclusive State-building and Governance

The realization that the social, economic or political exclusion of large segments of society is a key driver of intra-state wars has many to search for the right formula to support inclusive and participatory conflict transformation mechanisms and post-war state-society relations. This report examines the consequences of inclusive processes and outcomes in peace processes and political transitions. Read more from Reliefweb

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