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Post-Conflict Reconstruction and Development: Theories and Practice

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Kod przedmiotu: WSM.INP-ISDDU-25 Kod Erasmus / ISCED: (brak danych) / (brak danych)
Nazwa przedmiotu: Post-Conflict Reconstruction and Development: Theories and Practice
Jednostka: Centrum Studiów Międzynarodowych i Rozwoju
Grupy:
Punkty ECTS i inne: 3.00
Język prowadzenia: angielski

Zajęcia w cyklu "Semestr zimowy 2019/2020" (zakończony)

Okres: 2019-10-01 - 2020-01-28
Wybrany podział planu:


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Typ zajęć: Wykład z elementami konwersatorium, 20 godzin, 12 miejsc więcej informacji
Koordynatorzy: Lidia Powirska
Prowadzący grup: Lidia Powirska
Lista studentów: (nie masz dostępu)
Zaliczenie: Przedmiot - Egzamin lub zaliczenie na ocenę
Cele kształcenia:

(tylko po angielsku) To increase the level of a general knowledge in the field of development studies

To increase student's awareness of relations between theory and practice

To direct a student to develop his/her own opinion in the debate on practitioners' opinions vs. theoretical approaches in the 21st century


Efekty kształcenia:

(tylko po angielsku) LO1: Has a general knowledge about theoretical aspects of post-development

LO2: Is able to distinguish the differences between theory and practice issues of post-conflict development

LO3: Has a practical ability to diagnose different points of view among practitioners and theorists dealing with post-conflict development


Metody sprawdzania i kryteria oceny efektów kształcenia uzyskanych przez studentów:

(tylko po angielsku) - activity during lectures

- evaluation of presentations prepared for the course

- final exam


Pełny opis: (tylko po angielsku)

1. & 2. Introduction to the component - why studying post-conflict reconstruction and development (PCRD)? Conceptual development of the PCRD

Readings:

T. Neethling and H. Hudson (ed.), Post-conflict reconstruction and development in Africa: concepts, role-players, policy and practice, United Nations University Press, 2013:

Chapter 3. PCRD in Historical Perspective: International Approaches and Experiences –Annette Seegers (pp. 61-89);

Chapter 2. Looking in or Transforming up – Conceptual Challenges of Liberal Peacebuilding and PCRD – Heidi Hudson (pp. 37-61);

Chapter 4. The Ethics Question: Towards a Normative Framework for PCRD An Interim Framework – Deane-Peter Baker (pp. 98-111);

S. Barakat, After the conflict: reconstruction and development in the aftermath of war, I.B. Tauris, London, 2005: Chapter 1. Post-war reconstruction and development: coming of age – Sultan Barakat (pp. 7-32).

Recommended:

D. Girod, Explaining Post-Conflict Reconstruction, Oxford University Press, 2015:

Chapter 4. Statistical Analysis of Post-conflict Reconstruction (pp. 30-47).

3. & 4. Political, Civilian and Military aspects of PCRD & Multilateral cooperation and the PCRD

Readings:

T. Neethling and H. Hudson (ed.), Post-conflict…, op.cit

Chapter 1: Political, Civilian and Military Dimensions of PCRD – Cedric de Coning (pp. 17-37);

Chapter 10. Foreign Policy and the Military: In service of Reconstruction and Development? – Maxi Schoeman (pp. 209-227);

Chapter 6. The African Union’s Partnership: Symbiotic Coordination as a Policy Instrument -Tim Murithi (pp. 133-147);

S. Barakat, After the conflict: reconstruction and development in the aftermath of war, I.B. Tauris, London, 2005: Chapter 5. Aid Coordination: easy to agree on, difficult to organise, - Arne Strand (pp. 87-101);

A. Rabasa, J. Gordon, P. Chalk, Ch. S. Chivvis, A. K. Grant, K. Scott McMahon, L. E. Miller, M. Overhaus, S. Pezard, From Insurgency to Stability, Volume I: Key Capabilities and Practices, RAND, 2011, Chapter 6. The Contribution of International Partners (pp. 107-139).

5. DDR, SSR and the PCRD

Readings:

A. Langer, G. K. Brown, Building Sustainable Peace Timing and Sequencing of Post-Conflict Reconstruction and Peacebuilding, Oxford Univ Press, 2016, Chapter 8. Sequencing next generation Disarmament, Demobilization, and Reintegration in Peace Processes - Robert Muggah and Chris O’Donnell (pp. 124-140).

A. Rabasa, J. Gordon, P. Chalk, Ch. S. Chivvis, A. K. Grant, K. Scott McMahon, L. E. Miller, M. Overhaus, S. Pezard, From Insurgency to Stability, Volume I: Key Capabilities and Practices, RAND, 2011, Chapter 4. Disarmament, Demobilization, and Reintegration (pp. 51-81);

J. Riley, M. Schulz, Shifting Norms: Development Policy and the Role of Security Sector Reform in Advancing Human Security, Journal of Global South Studies, Spring 2016;

Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces, “The Security Sector”, SSR Backgrounder Series (Geneva: DCAF, 2015).

6. Gender and youth in the PCRD

Readings:

T. Neethling and H. Hudson (ed.), Post-conflict… op.cit.

Chapter 7. Building capacity from Above and Below: Why Gender Matters in the Peacekeeping and Peacebuilding Contexts - Lindy Heinecken (pp. 147-163);

S. Schwartz, Youth in Post-conflict Reconstruction: Agents of Change, US Institute of Peace Press, 2010, Chapter 1. Youth and Post-conflict Reconstruction: An Analytical Framework (pp. 1-33).

7. Case study - PCRD framework in Kosovo

Readings:

P. Sklias, Development in post-conflict Kosovo, South-Eastern Europe Journal of Economics 2, 2007 (pp. 267-287);

S. Barakat, After the conflict: reconstruction… op.cit. , Chapter 13. Reintegration of former combatants: with specific reference to Kosovo – Sultan Barakat and Alpaslan Özerdem (pp. 229-247);

S. Schwartz, Youth and Post-conflict Reconstruction: Agents of Change, US Institute of Peace Press, 2010, Kosovo: Youth as Agents of Change in an Unstable Environment (pp. 115-155).

8. Case study - PCRD framework in Timor-Leste

Readings:

M. Miklaucic, M. Hughes, (ed.), Impunity: Confronting illicit power structures in war and transition, National Defense University, 2016, D. Kocak, Security Sector Reconstruction in Post-Conflict: The Lessons from Timor-Leste (pp. 348-365).

9. Case study - PCRD framework in Somalia

Readings:

I. Farah, S. Handa, Exploring Post-conflict Reconstruction in Somalia: Pulling apart or pulling together?, Development, 58(1), 2016 (pp. 112-116);

A. Jeng, Transitional Justice and Post-conflict Reconstruction in Somalia: The Role of the African Union and Pointers Provided by It, Northeast African Studies, Michigan State University Press Volume 14, Number 2, 2014 (pp. 45-76).

10. Group work - PCRD framework

Readings:

UN Charter – Chapter VI, VII and VIII

OSCE SMM Mandate

MINUSMA Mandate

UNAMID Mandate

Literatura: (tylko po angielsku)

Basic literature

1. T. Neethling and H. Hudson (ed.), Post-conflict reconstruction and development in Africa: concepts, role-players, policy and practice, United Nations University Press, 2013.

2. A. Rabasa, J. Gordon, P. Chalk, Ch. S. Chivvis, A. K. Grant, K. Scott McMahon, L. E. Miller, M. Overhaus, S. Pezard, From Insurgency to Stability, Volume I: Key Capabilities and Practices, RAND, 2011.

3. S. Barakat, After the conflict: reconstruction and development in the aftermath of war, I.B. Tauris, London, 2005.

4. J. Riley, M. Schulz,Shifting Norms: Development Policy and the Role of Security Sector Reform in Advancing Human Security, Journal of Global South Studies, Spring 2016.

5. D. Girod, Explaining Post-Conflict Reconstruction, Oxford University Press, 2015.

6. A. Langer, G. K. Brown, Building Sustainable Peace Timing and Sequencing of Post-Conflict Reconstruction and Peacebuilding, Oxford Univ Press, 2016

Supplementary literature

1. P. Sklias, Development in post-conflict Kosovo, South-Eastern Europe Journal of Economics 2, 2007, pp. 267-287.

2. M. Miklaucic, M. Hughes, (ed.), Impunity: Confronting illicit power structures in war and transition, National Defense University, 2016, D. Kocak, Security Sector Reconstruction in Post-Conflict: The Lessons from Timor-Leste, pp. 348-365.

3. I. Farah, S. Handa, Exploring Post-conflict Reconstruction in Somalia: Pulling apart or pulling together?, Development, 58(1), 2016, pp. 112-116.

4. T. Murithi, The AU/NEPAD Post-Conflict Reconstruction Policy: An Analysis, pp. 16-22.

5. K. Krause, O. Jütersonke, Peace, Security and Development in Post-Conflict Environments, Security Dialogue, 2005, pp. 447–462.

6. A. Jeng, Transitional Justice and Postconflict Reconstruction in Somalia: The Role of the African Union and Pointers Provided by It, Northeast African Studies, Michigan State University Press Volume 14, Number 2, 2014, pp. 45-76.

7. S. Schwartz, Youth and Post-conflict Reconstruction: Agents of Change, US Institute of Peace Press, 2010,

Kosovo: Youth as Agents of Change in an Unstable Environment, pp. 115-155.

Zajęcia w cyklu "Semestr zimowy 2020/2021" (jeszcze nie rozpoczęty)

Okres: 2020-10-01 - 2021-01-28
Wybrany podział planu:


powiększ
zobacz plan zajęć
Typ zajęć: Wykład z elementami konwersatorium, 20 godzin, 12 miejsc więcej informacji
Koordynatorzy: Lidia Powirska
Prowadzący grup: Lidia Powirska
Lista studentów: (nie masz dostępu)
Zaliczenie: Przedmiot - Egzamin lub zaliczenie na ocenę
Cele kształcenia:

(tylko po angielsku) To increase the level of a general knowledge in the field of development studies

To increase student's awareness of relations between theory and practice

To direct a student to develop his/her own opinion in the debate on practitioners' opinions vs. theoretical approaches in the 21st century


Efekty kształcenia:

(tylko po angielsku) LO1: Has a general knowledge about theoretical aspects of post-development

LO2: Is able to distinguish the differences between theory and practice issues of post-conflict development

LO3: Has a practical ability to diagnose different points of view among practitioners and theorists dealing with post-conflict development


Metody sprawdzania i kryteria oceny efektów kształcenia uzyskanych przez studentów:

(tylko po angielsku) - activity during lectures

- evaluation of presentations prepared for the course

- final exam


Pełny opis: (tylko po angielsku)

1. & 2. Introduction to the component - why studying post-conflict reconstruction and development (PCRD)? Conceptual development of the PCRD

Readings:

T. Neethling and H. Hudson (ed.), Post-conflict reconstruction and development in Africa: concepts, role-players, policy and practice, United Nations University Press, 2013:

Chapter 3. PCRD in Historical Perspective: International Approaches and Experiences –Annette Seegers (pp. 61-89);

Chapter 2. Looking in or Transforming up – Conceptual Challenges of Liberal Peacebuilding and PCRD – Heidi Hudson (pp. 37-61);

Chapter 4. The Ethics Question: Towards a Normative Framework for PCRD An Interim Framework – Deane-Peter Baker (pp. 98-111);

S. Barakat, After the conflict: reconstruction and development in the aftermath of war, I.B. Tauris, London, 2005: Chapter 1. Post-war reconstruction and development: coming of age – Sultan Barakat (pp. 7-32).

Recommended:

D. Girod, Explaining Post-Conflict Reconstruction, Oxford University Press, 2015:

Chapter 4. Statistical Analysis of Post-conflict Reconstruction (pp. 30-47).

3. & 4. Political, Civilian and Military aspects of PCRD & Multilateral cooperation and the PCRD

Readings:

T. Neethling and H. Hudson (ed.), Post-conflict…, op.cit

Chapter 1: Political, Civilian and Military Dimensions of PCRD – Cedric de Coning (pp. 17-37);

Chapter 10. Foreign Policy and the Military: In service of Reconstruction and Development? – Maxi Schoeman (pp. 209-227);

Chapter 6. The African Union’s Partnership: Symbiotic Coordination as a Policy Instrument -Tim Murithi (pp. 133-147);

S. Barakat, After the conflict: reconstruction and development in the aftermath of war, I.B. Tauris, London, 2005: Chapter 5. Aid Coordination: easy to agree on, difficult to organise, - Arne Strand (pp. 87-101);

A. Rabasa, J. Gordon, P. Chalk, Ch. S. Chivvis, A. K. Grant, K. Scott McMahon, L. E. Miller, M. Overhaus, S. Pezard, From Insurgency to Stability, Volume I: Key Capabilities and Practices, RAND, 2011, Chapter 6. The Contribution of International Partners (pp. 107-139).

5. DDR, SSR and the PCRD

Readings:

A. Langer, G. K. Brown, Building Sustainable Peace Timing and Sequencing of Post-Conflict Reconstruction and Peacebuilding, Oxford Univ Press, 2016, Chapter 8. Sequencing next generation Disarmament, Demobilization, and Reintegration in Peace Processes - Robert Muggah and Chris O’Donnell (pp. 124-140).

A. Rabasa, J. Gordon, P. Chalk, Ch. S. Chivvis, A. K. Grant, K. Scott McMahon, L. E. Miller, M. Overhaus, S. Pezard, From Insurgency to Stability, Volume I: Key Capabilities and Practices, RAND, 2011, Chapter 4. Disarmament, Demobilization, and Reintegration (pp. 51-81);

J. Riley, M. Schulz, Shifting Norms: Development Policy and the Role of Security Sector Reform in Advancing Human Security, Journal of Global South Studies, Spring 2016;

Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces, “The Security Sector”, SSR Backgrounder Series (Geneva: DCAF, 2015).

6. Gender and youth in the PCRD

Readings:

T. Neethling and H. Hudson (ed.), Post-conflict… op.cit.

Chapter 7. Building capacity from Above and Below: Why Gender Matters in the Peacekeeping and Peacebuilding Contexts - Lindy Heinecken (pp. 147-163);

S. Schwartz, Youth in Post-conflict Reconstruction: Agents of Change, US Institute of Peace Press, 2010, Chapter 1. Youth and Post-conflict Reconstruction: An Analytical Framework (pp. 1-33).

7. Case study - PCRD framework in Kosovo

Readings:

P. Sklias, Development in post-conflict Kosovo, South-Eastern Europe Journal of Economics 2, 2007 (pp. 267-287);

S. Barakat, After the conflict: reconstruction… op.cit. , Chapter 13. Reintegration of former combatants: with specific reference to Kosovo – Sultan Barakat and Alpaslan Özerdem (pp. 229-247);

S. Schwartz, Youth and Post-conflict Reconstruction: Agents of Change, US Institute of Peace Press, 2010, Kosovo: Youth as Agents of Change in an Unstable Environment (pp. 115-155).

8. Case study - PCRD framework in Timor-Leste

Readings:

M. Miklaucic, M. Hughes, (ed.), Impunity: Confronting illicit power structures in war and transition, National Defense University, 2016, D. Kocak, Security Sector Reconstruction in Post-Conflict: The Lessons from Timor-Leste (pp. 348-365).

9. Case study - PCRD framework in Somalia

Readings:

I. Farah, S. Handa, Exploring Post-conflict Reconstruction in Somalia: Pulling apart or pulling together?, Development, 58(1), 2016 (pp. 112-116);

A. Jeng, Transitional Justice and Post-conflict Reconstruction in Somalia: The Role of the African Union and Pointers Provided by It, Northeast African Studies, Michigan State University Press Volume 14, Number 2, 2014 (pp. 45-76).

10. Group work - PCRD framework

Readings:

UN Charter – Chapter VI, VII and VIII

OSCE SMM Mandate

MINUSMA Mandate

UNAMID Mandate

Literatura: (tylko po angielsku)

Basic literature

1. T. Neethling and H. Hudson (ed.), Post-conflict reconstruction and development in Africa: concepts, role-players, policy and practice, United Nations University Press, 2013.

2. A. Rabasa, J. Gordon, P. Chalk, Ch. S. Chivvis, A. K. Grant, K. Scott McMahon, L. E. Miller, M. Overhaus, S. Pezard, From Insurgency to Stability, Volume I: Key Capabilities and Practices, RAND, 2011.

3. S. Barakat, After the conflict: reconstruction and development in the aftermath of war, I.B. Tauris, London, 2005.

4. J. Riley, M. Schulz,Shifting Norms: Development Policy and the Role of Security Sector Reform in Advancing Human Security, Journal of Global South Studies, Spring 2016.

5. D. Girod, Explaining Post-Conflict Reconstruction, Oxford University Press, 2015.

6. A. Langer, G. K. Brown, Building Sustainable Peace Timing and Sequencing of Post-Conflict Reconstruction and Peacebuilding, Oxford Univ Press, 2016

Supplementary literature

1. P. Sklias, Development in post-conflict Kosovo, South-Eastern Europe Journal of Economics 2, 2007, pp. 267-287.

2. M. Miklaucic, M. Hughes, (ed.), Impunity: Confronting illicit power structures in war and transition, National Defense University, 2016, D. Kocak, Security Sector Reconstruction in Post-Conflict: The Lessons from Timor-Leste, pp. 348-365.

3. I. Farah, S. Handa, Exploring Post-conflict Reconstruction in Somalia: Pulling apart or pulling together?, Development, 58(1), 2016, pp. 112-116.

4. T. Murithi, The AU/NEPAD Post-Conflict Reconstruction Policy: An Analysis, pp. 16-22.

5. K. Krause, O. Jütersonke, Peace, Security and Development in Post-Conflict Environments, Security Dialogue, 2005, pp. 447–462.

6. A. Jeng, Transitional Justice and Postconflict Reconstruction in Somalia: The Role of the African Union and Pointers Provided by It, Northeast African Studies, Michigan State University Press Volume 14, Number 2, 2014, pp. 45-76.

7. S. Schwartz, Youth and Post-conflict Reconstruction: Agents of Change, US Institute of Peace Press, 2010,

Kosovo: Youth as Agents of Change in an Unstable Environment, pp. 115-155.

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