1 edition of National Demobilization and Reintegration Programme for Ex-Combatants found in the catalog.
National Demobilization and Reintegration Programme for Ex-Combatants
by Humanitarian Assistance Coordination Unit, Secretariat of the Technical Working Group on Demobilization and Reintegration, Joint Commission in Luanda
Written in English
|Statement||Technical Working Group on Demobilization and Reintegration.|
|Contributions||Joint Commission (Luanda, Angola). Technical Working Group on Demobilization and Reintegration., Joint Commission (Luanda, Angola). Technical Working Group on Demobilization and Reintegration. Secretariat.|
|LC Classifications||DT1428 .N37 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||13,  leaves :|
|Number of Pages||13|
|LC Control Number||00378068|
The Disarmament, Demobilization, and Reintegration (DDR) programme was one of the most important early activities of the Mission, running from to and involved more than , ex-combatants. Apart from being one of the priories in the Accra Comprehensive Peace Agreement, successful DDR would enable many other programmes and initiatives to either commence or continue. The fact that a considerable number of the ex-combatants are yet to be enlisted for programmes portends a great danger to the peace efforts in the Niger Delta. Related to this problem is the continuous agitation for inclusion into the reintegration programme by ex-combatants that initially refused to be demobilised in
"This is a deeply compelling and richly researched account of the 'big business' of post-conflict reintegration programs for ex-combatants. International efforts in these programs have a taken-for-granted set of assumptions both tacit and acknowledged and contradictions that McMullin identifies with rigorous ethnographic and historical analysis. The reintegration of ex-combatants and associated groups must therefore be part of wider recovery strategies for all war-affected populations. Reintegration programmes should aim to build local and national capacities to manage the process in the long-term, as reintegration increasingly turns into reconstruction and development.
The Sudan Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration Commission (SDDRC) was formed to implement the DDR process in Sudan at the state and local was e established -by a Presidential decree by the National DDR Coordination Council in , which is mandated to oversee the DDR process at the highest policy level. Reintegration is the process by which ex-combatants acquire civilian status and gain sustainable employment and income. Reintegration is essentially a social and economic process with an open time frame, primarily taking place in communities at the local level. It is Disarmament Figure 1. DDR + R Longer term Reintegration: Opportunities.
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“Community Counts: The Social Reintegration of Ex-Combatants in Colombia.” Novem 1. However, social cohesion and reconciliation remain an intriguing topic among Colombians, fueled partly by society’s concerns that the agreement compensates the members of a former armed group but not the eight million victims of conflict.
Through a process of removing weapons from the hands of members of armed groups, taking these combatants out of their groups and helping them to reintegrate as civilians into society, disarmament, demobilization and reintegration seeks to support ex-combatants and those associated with armed groups, so that they can become active participants in the peace process.
tion period from conflict to peace and development. DDR seeks to support the ex-combatants’economic and social reintegration,so they can become stakeholders in peace.
While much of a DDR programme is focused on ex-combatants,the main beneficiaries of the programme should ultimately be the wider community.
What are the objectives of DDR. Reintegration of Former Combatants in Crisis Situations 2 1 Prevention of Armed Conflict, Report of the Secretary-General, UN Doc. A/55/S// (7 June ). 2 Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration or Ex-combatants in a Peacekeeping Environment:.
Reintegration is a process, not a programme. DDR is a collection of project initiatives that come relatively early in post-war project interventions and aim to collect weapons, dismantle armed groups and assist ex-combatants (Muggah 14).Following on from this, reintegration has by some agencies been defined as a set of support activities issued to ex-combatants (Waldman ).
3 It is Cited by: The Rwanda Demobilization National Demobilization and Reintegration Programme for Ex-Combatants book Reintegration Program: Reflections on the Reintegration of Ex-Combatants To reflect on its activities and refine programming during its final two years, the Rwanda Demobilization and Reintegration Commission and Program (RDRC/RDRP) commissioned a series of specialized studies in Child soldiers carrying ammunition for disposal at a demobilization event conducted by UNMIL in Tubmanburg, Bomi County.
Photo: Eric Kanalstein | UNMIL | 24 Apr 04 The Disarmament, Demobilization, and Reintegration (DDR) programme was one of the most important early activities of the Mission, running from to and involved more thanex-combatants.
The demobilization and reintegration program went beyond achieving its targets and informed the broader development objectives of Rwanda. As such, inthe categorization established by the RDRC to assess the degree of disability in ex-combatants was turned into a national law and mainstreamed to the entire population of Rwanda.
contemporary postconflicts, disarmament, demobilization, and reintegration (DDR) programs for ex-combatants are solidly financed by international organizations (e.g., United Nations.
Disarmament, demobilisation and reintegration (DDR), or disarmament, demobilisation, repatriation, reintegration and resettlement (DDRRR) are applied strategies for executing successful peacekeeping operations, and is generally the strategy employed by all UN Peacekeeping Operations following civil wars.
Disarmament entails the physical removal of the means of combat from ex-belligerents. Swedish material law is applied to this book.
Printed by Fyris Tryck, Sweden, there is little concern that ex-combatants may threaten the peace, either between the states or domestically, although ex-combatants may pose a problem for public disarmament, demobilization, and reintegration programs.
Jairo Munive. 25 May For decades, national and international actors have used Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration (DDR) programs for combatants as standardized key elements of peace operations, but these programs are not without their problems.
Any disruption in placing these ex-combatants in RR-programs will have serious consequences for the Rehabilitation and Reintegration and the overall peace process in Liberia. To bolster efforts in implementing the National Programme for Disengaged Combatants in visited a vocational training center after the discussing the ways of creating effective vocational training programs for ex-combatants.
the technical team from the Bank-administered Transitional Demobilization and Reintegration Program (TDRP. Reintegration programs for ex-combatants also differ between countries, but since DDR programs are often administered by the United Nations or World Bank, the programs look remarkably similar from country to country.
For ex-combatants, this often happens in reintegration or demobilization centers, where ex-combatants are processed to. 1. Introduction. Reintegration of ex-combatants is an important element in any disarmament, demobilization, and reintegration (DDR) program.
This is a long-term transformative process by which ex-combatants gain sustainable employment and income, and gradually acquire civilian status (UN, a, UN, b).Reintegration has two dimensions—economic and social.
The Cartagena Contribution to Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration. Prologue. Álvaro Uribe Vélez, President of the Republic of Colombia. The ambitious initiative of organizing the First International Congress of Disarma-ment, Demobilization and Reintegration (CIDDR) was an.
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Our project first involves creating a cross-national dataset on the characteristics of different historical DDR programs and a source document library. We will then seek to answer policy-relevant research questions about the reintegration of ex-combatants, by merging existing data on armed conflicts and their modes of termination.
welfare of ex-combatants.3 This report offers the first in-depth study about the cost-effectiveness of one program, the World Bank’s Multi-Country Demobilization and Reintegration Program (MDRP) in Sub-Saharan Africa. From tothe $ million program sawex.Uganda Demobilization and Reintegration Project — BENEFICIARY ASSESSMENT.
1. Introduction. T. he World Bank commissioned this survey of reporters and the communities within which they have settled as part of a batch of final studies and an evaluation at the end of the Uganda Demobilization and Reintegration Program (UgDRP) in June 1.While reintegration programs may provide assistance more specifi c to ex-combatants’ needs, there are limits to any program’s ability to improve overall economic conditions.
As discussed in SIGAR’s High-Risk List an equitable and sustainable peace agreement could end much of the violence that presents the greatest threat to.