Statehood & Conflict
Dynamics of state formation are intrinsically linked to the history of conflicts. The swisspeace Statehood & Conflict Program works on democracy promotion mandates, and conducts research and training on violent conflict, fragility and statebuilding in conflict and post-conflict contexts, including methodologies actors can adopt to work successfully in such environments.
Latest Activities and Publications
15-19 June 2015
Democratisation, Decentralisation and Local Governance Network (DDLGN) meeting
swisspeace participated in the International meeting of the Democratisation, Decentralisation and Local Governance Network (DDLGN) in Pemba, Mozambique and presented the results of their learning project.
15 June 2015
State, Services, and Livelihoods in the Great Lakes Region
Santschi, Martina; Maxwell, Daniel; Moro, Leben (et al.), 2015
Questions and Challenges Raised by a Large-Scale Humanitarian Operation in South Sudan
Péclard, Didier; Mechoulan, Delphine, 2015
Rebel Governance and the Politics of Civil War
Dominik Balthasar, 2015
From Hybridity to Standardization: Rethinking State-Making in Contexts of Fragility
Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding, 2015. Link.