How Aid Organizations Become Party to Land Conflicts: An Exploration of Peacebuilding and Development Programs in Eastern Congo and Do No Harm
Kruglak, Lily Alexandra
Aid organizations become party to complicated and potentially harmful dynamics when implementing land-dependent peacebuilding and development programs. In Eastern Congo, the protracted conflict and the convoluted land tenure system further exacerbates the challenge aid organizations face when navigating land access. However, little research has focused on how organizations access and use land negatively contributes to the prevailing conflict systems. This research begins to fill the gap in peacebuilding and development literature, examining the processes and impacts of land-dependent programs through the conceptual framework of Do No Harm.
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