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Organized Crime, Conflict and Fragility: A New Approach
March 26, 2019

Author: International Peace Institute Publication Date: July 2012 Summary: Transnational organized crime (TOC) is a global challenge posing serious threats to our collective peace and security. But in conflict-affected and fragile states the threats of transnational organized crime present particular and insidious challenges requiring new and innovative responses. Not only does TOC undermine the strength of the state, […]

Untying the Knot: Exploring Early Marriage in Fragile States
November 18, 2016

Author: World Vision Publication Date: March 2013 Description: This report considers the ways in which current interventions by governments and the international community could be strengthened to help end the cycle of poverty and inequality created by early marriage. Roughly 14.2 million underage girls are married each year, and the impact of the practice on their lives […]

OECD Principles for Good International Engagement in Fragile States
December 28, 2015

Author: OECD Publication Date: April 2007 Description: A durable exit from poverty and insecurity for the world’s most fragile states will need to be driven by their own leadership and people. International actors can affect outcomes in fragile states in both positive and negative ways. International engagement will not by itself put an end to […]

Youth Exclusion, Violence, Conflict and Fragile States
December 22, 2015

Author: Social Development Direct Publication Date: April 2009 Description: This report forms part of a portfolio of work on youth focused on two interconnected thematic areas: youth, jobs and growth and on youth exclusion, fragile states and conflict and complements work being conducted to develop a Youth Participation Guide for DFID staff. It is intended to inform […]

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