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Education, Conflict and International Development
December 28, 2015

Author: DFID
Publication Date: February 2003

Description: This paper was commissioned by DFID in order to review significant issues related to education and conflict reduction. The report is divided into four main sections. In the first section, the authors examine the relationship between education and conflict. In the second, they look at ways in which the education sector can respond to conflict. In the third, they explore the relationships between some of the key international agencies working in the field of conflict and education. The final section summarises the policy implications that arise from their analysis.

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