Reintegration of Ex-Combatants After Conflict: Participatory Approaches in Sierra Leone and Liberia
Reintegration programmes for ex-combatants are supposed to support the wider peace process. This study, based on detailed fieldwork, looks at the way they were carried out in Sierra Leone and Liberia and assesses the degree to which they were conducted in a participatory way.
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Chapter 2 The Context in Sierra Leone and Liberia
What ExCombatants Knew about the Reintegration Process
Chapter 4 Having a Say in the Reintegration Process and Shared DecisionMaking
Why Does a Participatory Approach Matter?
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