Essays about: "Burundi"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 29 essays containing the word Burundi.

  1. 1. Hurtful or Helpful? A Qualitative Study on How Economic Sanctions Affect Violence

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Statsvetenskapliga institutionen

    Author : Tilde Andersson; [2022]
    Keywords : Economic sanctions; Political violence; State violence; Economic grievances; Sanctions effectiveness; Law and Political Science;

    Abstract : Recently, people have developed a more nuanced understanding of the efficacy of economic sanctions, and it is now generally accepted that some economic sanctions have serious consequences for the civilian populations of the target countries. The purpose of this thesis was to investigate whether or not the imposition of economic sanctions has an impact on the levels of violence committed by different actors. READ MORE

  2. 2. How much is (not) enough? : A Study of the Effect of Power-sharing Provisions on post-treaty Conflict-Related Sexual Violence by Rebel Groups in sub-Sahara Africa

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Institutionen för freds- och konfliktforskning

    Author : Annalena Podzun; [2021]
    Keywords : Power-Sharing; Conflict-Related Sexual Violence; Post-Treaty; Non-State Actors; Burundi; Democratic Republic of the Congo;

    Abstract : This thesis studies why some non-state armed groups commit high levels of post-treaty conflict-related sexual violence (CRSV) while others do not. The presented mechanism suggests that limited power-sharing provisions in a peace accord provide few incentives for group leaders to stay committed to the peace process. READ MORE

  3. 3. Social Identity Recategorization: Comparing National Reconciliation Initiatives in Burundi and Rwanda

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Institutionen för freds- och konfliktforskning

    Author : Cathinca Verwey; [2021]
    Keywords : post-conflict; reconciliation; social identity recategorization; Rwanda; Burund;

    Abstract : After the cessation of violent conflict, societies have to undergo several changes to re-establish asense of harmony and repair the broken intergroup relationships. These changes can be summarized as the process of reconciliation. READ MORE

  4. 4. Mainstreaming Disaster Risk Reduction - Assessing barriers and opportunities to integrate risk information into communal development planning in Burundi

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Avdelningen för Riskhantering och Samhällssäkerhet

    Author : Katharina Oschmann; Marie Lachenmann; [2021]
    Keywords : Central East Africa; Build Back Better; Bujumbura; Burundi; CCA; Climate Change Adaptation; Integration; Development Gains; Development and Spatial Planning; Disaster Risk Reduction; DRR; Great Lakes Region; Institutional Barriers; Lake Tanganyika; Land-use planning; LDC; LUP; Mainstreaming; Mitigation; PPP; Preparedness; Prevention; Recovery; Resilience; Risk Governance; Risk Information; Risk-Based; Risk-Informed; Risk-Sensitive; Sendai Framework; Sustainable Development; Urban planning; Earth and Environmental Sciences;

    Abstract : Natural hazards cannot be avoided, but their damage to what human beings value, such as life, health, and property, can be limited. Climate change will increase extreme weather events and overall disaster risk, which will particularly affect Least Developed Countries. READ MORE

  5. 5. Destructive Conflicts Generating Reconstructive Empowerment of Women and Opportunities for Peace?

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Statsvetenskapliga institutionen

    Author : Julia Savic; [2021]
    Keywords : WPS; Post-Conflict; Peacebuilding; sub-Saharan Africa; Economic Empowerment; Socioeconomic Development; Rwanda; Burundi; Law and Political Science;

    Abstract : Conflicts are destructive for humans and societies, but are openings for rebuilding a more inclusive and sustainable society presented in the aftermath of conflict? This paper contributes to the growing research field and examines the link between conflict and window of opportunity for development, through a gender lens. Further, this study seeks to understand how conflict affected women’s socioeconomic situation in Rwanda and Burundi. READ MORE