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Chapter 15 DRR, social crisis and conflict

Further reading

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I. Ahmed et al., Conflict Management and Disaster Risk Reduction: A Case Study of Kenya (Medford, MA: Feinstein International Center, Tufts University, 2013),
M. Buchanan-Smith and I. Christoplos, ‘Natural Disasters amid Complex Political Emergencies’, Humanitarian Exchange, no. 27, 2004,
S. Collinson et al., Politically Informed Humanitarian Programming: Using a Political Economy Approach, Network Paper 41 (London: Overseas Development Institute, 2002),
S. Collinson and M. Duffield, Paradoxes of Presence: Risk Management and Aid Culture in Challenging Environments (London: Overseas Development Institute, 2013),
Conflict Sensitivity Consortium, How To Guide to Conflict Sensitivity, 2012,
M. Garred et al., Conflict Sensitivity in Emergencies: Learning from the Asia Tsunami Response, World Vision International, 2007,
H. Haider and B. Rohwerder, Conflict: Topic Guide (Birmingham: Governance and Social Development Resource Centre (GSDRC), University of Birmingham, 2014),
H. Haider, Conflict Sensitivity: Topic Guide (Birmingham: Governance and Social Development Resource Centre (GSDRC), University of Birmingham, 2014),
K. Harris, D. Keen and T. Mitchell, When Disasters and Conflicts Collide: Improving Links Between Disaster Resilience and Conflict Prevention (London: Overseas Development Institute, 2013),
A. Heijmans et al., ‘A Grassroots Perspective on Risks Stemming from Disasters and Conflict’, Humanitarian Exchange, 44, 2009,
A. Heijmans, Risky Encounters: Institutions and Interventions in Response to Recurrent Disasters and Conflict, PhD thesis, University of Wageningen, 2012,
M. Ibrahim and T. Midgley, Participatory Learning Approaches for Resilience: Bringing Conflict Sensitivity, Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation Together (Milton Keynes: World Vision UK, 2013),
S. Levine, K. Peters and L. Fan, Conflict, Climate Change and Politics: Why a Techno-centric Approach Fails the Resilience Challenge (London: Overseas Development Institute, 2014),
T. Midgley and M. Garred, Bridging the Participation Gap: Developing Macro Level Conflict Analysis through Local Perspectives (Milton Keynes: World Vision, 2013),
A. Mitchell and E. M. Smith, Disaster Risk Management for Insecure Contexts, ACF International Briefing Paper (Paris: Action Contre la Faim (ACF), 2011),
Saferworld et al., Conflict-sensitive Approaches to Development, Humanitarian Assistance and Peace-building: A Resource Pack (London: APFO, CECORE, CHA, FEWER, International Alert and Saferworld, 2004),
UNDP, Disaster-conflict Interface: Comparative Experiences (Geneva: United Nations Development Programme, Bureau for Crisis Prevention and Recovery, 2011),