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“Hope is passion for what is possible”: A Case Study of the Development Program with a Territorial-based Focus (DPTF) in Tolima, Colombia

Johansson Jensen, Emma LU (2019) SIMV24 20191
Graduate School
Master of Science in Development Studies
Abstract (Spanish)
Este estudio es un análisis de caso cualitativo basado en trabajo de campo y múltiples entrevistas semiestructuradas en Tolima, Colombia. Se investiga la fase veredal del Programa de Desarrollo con Enfoque Territorial (PDET) en el sur del departamento. El programa es el resultado del acuerdo de paz que se firmó entre el gobierno colombiano y la guerrilla las Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia (FARC) en 2016. Su objetivo es mejorar el bienestar de las comunidades más afectadas por el conflicto a través de un proceso participativo donde se convierten en protagonistas de su futuro desarrollo. En este estudio, la participación en la fase veredal se analiza considerando los cuatro poderes: poder ‘sobre’, poder ‘para’, poder ‘con’ y... (More)
Este estudio es un análisis de caso cualitativo basado en trabajo de campo y múltiples entrevistas semiestructuradas en Tolima, Colombia. Se investiga la fase veredal del Programa de Desarrollo con Enfoque Territorial (PDET) en el sur del departamento. El programa es el resultado del acuerdo de paz que se firmó entre el gobierno colombiano y la guerrilla las Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia (FARC) en 2016. Su objetivo es mejorar el bienestar de las comunidades más afectadas por el conflicto a través de un proceso participativo donde se convierten en protagonistas de su futuro desarrollo. En este estudio, la participación en la fase veredal se analiza considerando los cuatro poderes: poder ‘sobre’, poder ‘para’, poder ‘con’ y poder ‘dentro’. (Less)
Abstract
This study is a qualitative case analysis based on fieldwork and multiple semi-structured interviews in Tolima, Colombia. It investigates the community level of the Development Program with a Territorial-based Focus (DPTF) in the south of the department. The program is a result of the peace agreement that was signed between the Colombian government and the guerrilla group the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) in 2016. The DPTF specifically aims to improve the well-being of the communities that were most affected by the conflict through a participatory process where they become the protagonists of their future development. In this study the participation at the community level is analyzed by considering the four powers: power... (More)
This study is a qualitative case analysis based on fieldwork and multiple semi-structured interviews in Tolima, Colombia. It investigates the community level of the Development Program with a Territorial-based Focus (DPTF) in the south of the department. The program is a result of the peace agreement that was signed between the Colombian government and the guerrilla group the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) in 2016. The DPTF specifically aims to improve the well-being of the communities that were most affected by the conflict through a participatory process where they become the protagonists of their future development. In this study the participation at the community level is analyzed by considering the four powers: power ‘over’, power ‘to’, power ‘with’ and power ‘within’. (Less)
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Johansson Jensen, Emma LU
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organization
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SIMV24 20191
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H2 - Master's Degree (Two Years)
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DPTF, peace agreement, participatory development, power, PDET, acuerdo de paz, desarrollo participativo, poder
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English
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8993729
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2019-11-21 10:50:38
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  abstract     = {This study is a qualitative case analysis based on fieldwork and multiple semi-structured interviews in Tolima, Colombia. It investigates the community level of the Development Program with a Territorial-based Focus (DPTF) in the south of the department. The program is a result of the peace agreement that was signed between the Colombian government and the guerrilla group the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) in 2016. The DPTF specifically aims to improve the well-being of the communities that were most affected by the conflict through a participatory process where they become the protagonists of their future development. In this study the participation at the community level is analyzed by considering the four powers: power ‘over’, power ‘to’, power ‘with’ and power ‘within’.},
  author       = {Johansson Jensen, Emma},
  keyword      = {DPTF,peace agreement,participatory development,power,PDET,acuerdo de paz,desarrollo participativo,poder},
  language     = {eng},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {“Hope is passion for what is possible”: A Case Study of the Development Program with a Territorial-based Focus (DPTF) in Tolima, Colombia},
  year         = {2019},
}