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%T Wanted: good governance - protection of minorities and human rights in northern Iraq
%A Rudolf, Markus
%P 6
%V 2/2017
%D 2017
%K Regierungssystem; internationales Konfliktmanagement; gute Regierungsführung
%@ 2521-7801
%> https://nbn-resolving.org/urn:nbn:de:0168-ssoar-62311-9
%X Camps can only be a strictly short-term solution. In the mid-term, cash-for-rent schemes under the roof of an international organization such as the United Nations are necessary. Add rent subsidies from the beginning and combine vocational training, higher education and cash-for-work schemes in parallel to create inclusive economic incentives in the long run. Connect profound conflict and market analyses to (re-)build sustainable livelihood activities and markets. Rather than returning to an inefficient economic system, small- and medium-sized enterprises ought to be promoted. Foster local integration and reintegration policies of regional governments by creating the necessary additional infrastructure (housing/education/health) in destination communities as a compensation for the solidarity of hosting populations rather than increasing social tensions by targeting specific groups - such as vulnerable persons. Reward minority/human rights guarantees, (re-) integration projects and good government practice by making them a prerequisite for assistance. Frame all activities with inter-community trustbuilding activities intended to foster reconciliation. Infrastructure projects should create spaces that connect hosts and displaced persons while respecting traditional structures of ethno-religious co-existence amongst different communities. Traumata are prevalent and have to be addressed in all projects by providing respective psychosocial support.
%C Bonn
%G en
%9 Stellungnahme
%W GESIS - http://www.gesis.org
%~ SSOAR - http://www.ssoar.info