2 edition of Aceh, reconstruction in a conflict environment found in the catalog.
Aceh, reconstruction in a conflict environment
|Statement||Adam Burke and Afnan.|
|Series||Indonesian social development paper -- no. 8|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 49 p. :|
|Number of Pages||49|
|LC Control Number||2006329471|
Aceh redux: The tsunami that helped stop a war were operating in a complex environment with multiple types of beneficiaries. of post-tsunami and post-conflict reconstruction” to . A large reconstruction program was launched by the government, with pledges from international donors to meet most of the reconstruction costs. The changed approach in Aceh following the tsunami paved the way for a peace settlement that ended a decades-long military conflict in the province.
During the process of the research, the northern region of Sumatra, Aceh, was devastated by an earthquake and subsequent tsunami, after which a key focus has been capacity building and NGOs in Aceh. 3 If there ever was a ‘green-field’ situation upon which to undertake capacity building, it would be post-tsunami Aceh. The tsunami destroyed. Aceh's bid for independence has a long history (see Reid, ; Aspinall, –, 21–48; Drexler, ).Most recently, it manifested in the armed conflict between GAM and the Government of Indonesia (GoI) after the former's founder Hasan di Tiro declared independence in December (Braithwaite et al., –).Like all conflicts, the origins of the Acehnese conflict.
About ICAIOS Details Published: Monday, 29 February The International Centre for Aceh and Indian Ocean Studies serves as the institutional foundation to maintain a permanent international scholarly presence in Aceh, facilitating ongoing research on both this region, and broader thematic issues that can be fruitfully examined in the context of contemporary Aceh. 1. See, for example, the various chapters in Paris and Sisk, Dilemmas of Statebuilding; and Brinkerhoff Brinkerhoff, Derrick. Governance in Post-Conflict Societies: Rebuilding Fragile States, Oxford: Routledge., [Google Scholar], Governance in Post-Conflict Societies. 2. The tsunami that struck Aceh on 26 December caused the death of , people and displaced hundreds of.
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'Post-Disaster Reconstruction: Lessons from Aceh is a landmark book in drawing together different experiences and insights of the post-conflict, post-tsunami reconstruction efforts in Aceh. It is the most comprehensive account of the voices and forces at work in the rebuilding of Aceh and shows in rich detail the ways in which the complexities.
Aceh: Reconstruction in a conflict environment: views from civil society, donors and NGOs (English) Abstract This paper is based on interviews with representatives of local civil society, international NGOs and donor agencies in Aceh, Indonesia, in Cited by: Environment and reconstruction in Aceh: Two years after the tsunami Unsustainable building materials.
The excessive use of burnt clay bricks in the reconstruction of houses – together with the fact that brick kilns use mainly energy-inefficient production techniques – Aceh a very significant demand for fuelwood. This book sets out a philosophy of reconstruction that has emerged from extensive original research at PRDU.
This has concluded that solutions to successful post-war reconstruction needs are to be found locally, within the communities affected by conflict and that therein lies the best hope of achieving lasting, sustainable outcomes.
peace dividend. In Aceh, however, the scale of the disaster, in conjunction with some other factors detailed in this book, became part of the remarkable peace of Even though the funds had been donated for tsunami relief, any real reconstruction of Aceh had to consider the impact of the conflict on.
Most of the chapters in this book derived from three of the six conference panels, devoted to seismology, geology and environmental issues; conflict resolution, peacemaking and democratization; and disaster relief and reconstruction.
The other three panels dealt reconstruction in a conflict environment book history; Islamic law and society; and language, culture and society in Aceh.
Drawing on extensive field research in Aceh, this text is one of the first book length studies, and thus provides a significant addition to Indonesian literatures on intersectional analysis of gender, religion, heteronormativity, and feminist subversive practice.
This page book provides a comprehensive reference to assist all stakeholders in navigating the transition from emergency survival shelter to durable solutions.
Reconstruction is identified as a way in which humanitarian and development organisations can support families who have not been displaced, or as in Aceh, were encouraged. The current phase of the Aceh conflict began in when the Free Aceh Movement, or GAM (Gerakan Aceh Merdeka) was formed by the exiled leader Hasan di Tiro.
This was the first time there was a movement demanding Aceh’s independence from Indonesia. The movement, however, drew on earlier traditions of resistance against outside powers. aceh ’ s post-conflict reconstruction Between andAceh — Indonesia ’ s west ernmos t provinc e — suff ered from a n intermi ttent yet p rotract ed.
Also highlighted is the post-conflict context in which the reconstruction took place, following the peace agreement which ended thirty years of guerrilla war between the separatists of the GAM and the Indonesian government.
Aceh has been impoverished and isolated by years of conflict. Book or Register). By the end ofthe BPN together with the Bureau of Reconstruction and Rehabilitation for Aceh (Badan Rehabilitasi dan Rekonstruksi, BRR) and the Aceh provincial government formulated a Joint Land Titling Policy and this was adopted for implementation under RALAS.
Arising from this milestone policy, a total of 63, While the aftermath of the December tsunami added to the problems of civil war in Sri Lanka, a miraculous transition from conflict and disaster to peace and new development evolved in Aceh, the rebellious Indonesian province on the northern tip of Sumatra.
Most remarkably, as shown in this book, the miracle was largely due to democratization. Aceh experienced decades of conflict, which impacted the current context of forests and REDD+ in the province. Unsafe conditions forced centrally licensed timber concessionaires to halt their operations.
Similarly, conflict greatly circumscribed Aceh’s agricultural development. Nearlypeople were killed in Indonesia's Aceh province when the tsunami struck - the largest death toll in any single area.
Journalist Kira Kay talks to DW about how the disaster has. the reconstruction efforts in Aceh (p). The book begins with a preface by Ahmad Suedy that describes the situation after the event. He mentions that the tsunami destroyed not only the physical environment, but more importantly led to the “destruction of soul" (p.
xv). The editors Matthew Clarke. Purpose – The purpose of this study focuses on the reconstruction of Aceh culture as a learning discourse of Acehnese language towards elementary school students.
The author also wants to see more closely the process of learning the language of Aceh in elementary school as a part of the reconstruction of local culture of Aceh.
The chapter draws lessons from positive and negative experience in meeting these challenges in three conflict and/or disaster-affected cases: Aceh Province, Indonesia (post-disaster reconstruction and post-conflict development following the tsunami and earthquakes of ); Haiti (post-disaster recovery following the earthquake of ) and.
conflict in Aceh. Understanding Aceh The civil war in Aceh was but the latest mani - festation of a long history of rebellion against Jakarta.
Since86 years have been spent in armed uprising. Periods of peace have lasted only as long as the leaders who negotiated peace remained in power. In many ways, Aceh is now a ‘normal’. PPP is inevitable in reconstruction of Post conflict environment. Private companies have all the necessary skills needed in the reconstruction process.
It's always good to identity the root cause of the violence and tackle it before embacking on reconstruction process, this will eliminate the fear of process failure. PPP is a welcome development. The process of post-tsunami recovery and reconstruction in Aceh will take considerable time and is not easy.
This book is an attempt at providing helpful background information on Acehnese history, politics and culture, which would benefit expatriate aid workers as well as foreign and domestic scholars in their dealings with the people of Aceh.Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.
My library.Housing reconstruction in Aceh four years after the tsunami October - february Under the responsibility of Groupe URD’s head of Housing and Urban Planning research, two architects studied the housing reconstruction process in Aceh following the tsunami of December