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INGO:s växande roll i fredsbyggnadsprocessen: En empiriskt grundad utvärdering av Jonathan Goodhands teori

Emilsson, Maria LU (2010) FKVK01 20101
Department of Political Science
Abstract
The purpose of this essay is to discuss the growing participation of international non-governmental organisations (INGO) in peace-building operations and if their growing participation can be combined with their non-party mandate in conflict areas. The discussion is based on Jonathan Goodhand’s theory which is a critique of the minimalist and maximalist strategies. Firstly, the intention is to analyse the problems which are created during the implementation of local ownership and capacity building. Secondly, the purpose is to discuss the dilemmas that may arise as a result of using the minimalist and maximalist strategies, and a possible development of Goodhand's theory, which may serve as a contribution to a complex discussion. My... (More)
The purpose of this essay is to discuss the growing participation of international non-governmental organisations (INGO) in peace-building operations and if their growing participation can be combined with their non-party mandate in conflict areas. The discussion is based on Jonathan Goodhand’s theory which is a critique of the minimalist and maximalist strategies. Firstly, the intention is to analyse the problems which are created during the implementation of local ownership and capacity building. Secondly, the purpose is to discuss the dilemmas that may arise as a result of using the minimalist and maximalist strategies, and a possible development of Goodhand's theory, which may serve as a contribution to a complex discussion. My conclusion is that INGOs should not disregard, especially, the minimalist strategy, since it can be seen as a good starting point for their growing participation in peace-building operations. (Less)
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author
Emilsson, Maria LU
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organization
course
FKVK01 20101
year
type
M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
keywords
Maximalist, Minimalist, Capacity Building, Goodhand, Local Ownership
language
Swedish
id
1609134
date added to LUP
2010-07-17 11:40:43
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2015-12-14 13:34:36
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  abstract     = {The purpose of this essay is to discuss the growing participation of international non-governmental organisations (INGO) in peace-building operations and if their growing participation can be combined with their non-party mandate in conflict areas. The discussion is based on Jonathan Goodhand’s theory which is a critique of the minimalist and maximalist strategies. Firstly, the intention is to analyse the problems which are created during the implementation of local ownership and capacity building. Secondly, the purpose is to discuss the dilemmas that may arise as a result of using the minimalist and maximalist strategies, and a possible development of Goodhand's theory, which may serve as a contribution to a complex discussion. My conclusion is that  INGOs should not disregard, especially, the minimalist strategy, since it can be seen as a good starting point for their growing participation in peace-building operations.},
  author       = {Emilsson, Maria},
  keyword      = {Maximalist,Minimalist,Capacity Building,Goodhand,Local Ownership},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {INGO:s växande roll i fredsbyggnadsprocessen: En empiriskt grundad utvärdering av Jonathan Goodhands teori},
  year         = {2010},
}