Post-Conflict Reconstruction: The Changes in Relations between Government and Non-Governmental Organizations
AbstractNon-governmental organizations participate more than two decades on post-conflict reconstruction and peace-building. They participated on reconstruction of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Angola and Haiti. Existing experiences with post-conflict reconstruction shows that NGOs play a positive roles in the process. On the basis of analysis of post-conflict reconstruction in various countries the author thinks that the positive relationship between NGOs and governments by the post-conflict reconstruction and peace-building is weakening. Why after more than decade of successful evolution of relationship between NGOs and governments in the process of post-conflict reconstruction the skepticism about this relationship emerges? On the case study of post-conflict reconstruction of Afghanistan the possible answer will be offered.
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