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Dac Guidelines on Conflict, Peace and Development Co-Operation

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Title: Dac Guidelines on Conflict, Peace and Development Co-Operation  
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Preface: At the High Level Meeting of the Development Assistance Committee (DAC) on 3-4 May 1995, Development Co-operation Ministers and Heads of Aid Agencies focused on the growing demands, and opportunities, for development co-operation to contribute more pro-actively to conflict prevention and post-conflict rehabilitation and reconstruction. The Committee decided to launch a programme of work aimed at drawing out lessons of experience in the linkages between conflict, peace and development co-operation; seeking ways to improve the efficiency, effectiveness and coherence of Members' efforts in these areas and providing practical policy guidance to those called upon to design and implement programmes in these complex and often pathbreaking areas.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS PREFACE.......................................................................................................................................................... 7 DAC GUIDELINES ON CONFLICT, PEACE AND DEVELOPMENT CO-OPERATION.................... 9 I. Understanding violent conflict and its links with development ..................................................... 9 A. Conflict prevention – a central development goal......................................................................... 9 B. A framework for analysing conflicts........................................................................................... 10 Box 1. Terms and timeframes............................................................................................... 10 a) Structural conditions ............................................................................................................. 11 b) Accelerating or triggering factors ......................................................................................... 11 c) The phases and dynamics of conflict .................................................................................... 11 C. Sources of conflict and their development links ......................................................................... 12 a) Problems in managing transition and rapid change .............................................................. 12 b) Widening socio-economic disparities ................................................................................... 12 c) The exploitation of ethnic and other differences .................................................................. 12 d) Resource-based conflicts ...................................................................................................... 12 Box 2. Environmental insecurity and conflict...................................................................... 13 e) The legacy of violence .......................................................................................................... 13 D. External actions to support conflict prevention and peacebuilding ........................................... 13 a) Planning a coherent approach to conflict prevention and peacebuilding ............................. 13 b) Orientations for external support in conflict situations......................................................... 14 i) In situations of submerged tensions................................................................................ 14 ii) In situations of rising tensions ........................................................................................ 14 iii) In violent conflict situations ........................................................................................... 15 iv) In fragile periods of transition and during the post-conflict phase................................. 15 E. Early warning .............................................................................................................................. 15 a) Needs and resources for early warning................................................................................. 15 b) Bridging the gap between early warning and early action ................................................... 16 F. The special role of development co-operation ............................................................................ 17 II. Co-ordination within the international community and in-country ........................................... 19 A. Key principles............................................................................................................................. 19 B. Adapting aid co-ordination for countries in crisis....................................................................... 19 C. Building-blocks for effective donor co-ordination.............................................................

 

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