Violence, Conflict and Fragility
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|Contact Name:||Juliette Wilson|
- The nature of modern violence and fragility: on the development impacts of violence and the multiple causes, or stresses, that underpin it
- Developing Resilience: on restoring confidence in political transitions and transforming effective and legitimate institutions as a means to prevent and manage violence
- International Support: on the role of the international community in supporting national violence prevention and locally-driven reform efforts
Each module consists of two topics, each with multimedia presentations and a selection of papers, case studies and videos, which provide in-depth information and perspectives on the subject matter. Every topic concludes with learning activities that offer the opportunity to analyze and apply this knowledge.
Professionals within the development, security, humanitarian and justice sectors that live in or work on issues pertaining to fragile and conflict-affected countries. They include:
- State actors (high level government officials, civil servants and parliamentarians)
- Non-state actors (private sector, academic and civil society representatives)
- World Bank staff and other development partners (UN, NATO, bilateral organizations, regional banks and institutions)