Post-war Reconstruction in Central America
A detailed account of the formal and social processes that ended years of conflict in Central America, this study analyses various aspects of conflict resolution: forms of intervention, local participation and international cooperation. It evaluates the negotiations that took place in El Salvador, Guatemala and Nicaragua, identifies their flaws and makes recommendations to NGOs for working in conflict. It also looks atthe bigger picture;, exploring how the end of the Cold War and the consequent restructuring of the United Nations changed the ways in which conflict is explained and addressed.
|Chapter One: The importance of analysing conflicts and peace-building processes|
|Chapter Two: The peace negotiation process in Central America|
|Chapter Three: International NGO's in Central America|
|Chapter Four: Conflicts and peace in Central America - some reflections|
International NGOs and unions in the South: worlds apart or allies in the struggle?
Development in Practice, Vol. 14 (2004), Iss. 1-2 P.71https://doi.org/10.1080/0961452032000170640 [Citations: 10]
Capacity building: who builds whose capacity?
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