Development in States of War: Selected articles from Development in Practice
Humanitarian relief has always focused on meeting the needs of people affected by war and armed conflict. Today, the same is increasingly true of development programmes. The challenge for aid agencies is not only to apply development principles to their emergency work, but also to address the issues arising from the reality of military conflict and destruction. Working for change brings aid agencies face to face with violence: powerlessness on the one hand, and abuse of power on the other.
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