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The NCCR North-South was one of 27 National Centres of Competence in Research implemented by the Swiss National Science Foundation. Additional support was provided by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation. >> More
Institutions, Livelihoods, ConflictsThe research projects in this category explore the dynamic role of institutions in regulating access to means of livelihood, peace or security. They further seek to identify ways of strengthening the acceptance and legitimacy of those institutions that foster sustainability.
RP1 - Contested rural development
New perspectives on ‘non-state actors and movements’ and the politics of livelihood-centred policies
RP2 - Livelihood futures
The quest for inclusion of marginalised groups.
RP3 - Migration and development
The potential of migrants as agents in development in the production and circulation of knowledge
RP4 - Environmental conflicts
Natural resources, institutions and conflict in the Horn of Africa and in West Africa
RP5 - Negotiating statehood
Dynamics of state (re)construction in societies after civil war
RP6 - Private-sector peace promotionAn assessment of the benefits, limitations and determinants of corporate engagement in peace.
Development Study Group (DSGZ) at the Department of Geography, University of Zurich
Swiss Peace Foundation (swisspeace), Bern
Maiken Graf (DSGZ);
Sandra Pfluger (swisspeace)
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