Conflict Prevention and Peaceful Development: Policies to Reduce Inequalities and Marginalization in Indonesia - Research Findings and Policy Issues Briefing Paper.

Abstract

This paper provides the background briefing for the CRISE workshop on Conflict Prevention and Peaceful Development: Policies to Reduce Inequalities and Marginalization in Indonesia. It constitutes a synthesis of CRISE's major research findings in Indonesia and relevant work elsewhere in the world. The CRISE research papers utilized are listed in section 6. The paper follows the layout of the workshop and provides summaries of our research findings, which will be further discussed in the session presentations. For each session, we also identify relevant policy issues which we hope may provide the departure point for open discussion. This paper was presented at 'Conflict Prevention and Peaceful Development: Policies to Reduce Inequality and Exclusion', a CRISE policy conference held on July 9-10, 2007 at Queen Elizabeth House, Oxford.

Citation

Adhuri, D.; Brown, G.; Diprose, R.; Jin, K.K.; Rachmawati, L.; Stewart, F.; Lan, T.J.; Tadjoeddin, Z.; Tirtosudarmo, R. Conflict Prevention and Peaceful Development: Policies to Reduce Inequalities and Marginalization in Indonesia - Research Findings and Policy Issues Briefing Paper. (2007) 30 pp.

Conflict Prevention and Peaceful Development: Policies to Reduce Inequalities and Marginalization in Indonesia - Research Findings and Policy Issues Briefing Paper.

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