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n African Security Review - Human securitised reintegration of formerly abducted children in Northern Uganda : commentaries

Volume 18, Issue 4
  • ISSN : 1024-6029
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Abstract

At the end of every civil conflict the international community, through its agencies and other non-state actors, always provide aid to war-torn countries for reconstructing their communities. This in many cases involves rebuilding infrastructure and restoring the affected communities. One of the most fundamental intervention aspects is a disarmament, demobilisation and reintegration (DDR) programme. DDR resides in the nexus of development and security agendas and has emerged as a critical development tool kit as well as preventive intervention instrument for sustainable peace and has become a core component of peace agreements. Experience has shown that there is a close relationship between the successful DDR of former combatants and the sustainability of the peacebuilding process. The Brahimi Report referred to DDR as a key ingredient for post-war stability and for reducing the likelihood of recurring conflict. DDR is seen as having the potential to create significant opportunities for sustainable peace and human development.

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2016-12-11

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