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business & Peace Series, Paper No. 1, TrustWorks Global, July 2021.
This note summaries a dialogue convened on 11 June 2020 to explore the concept and practice of Feminist Leadership, co-hosted by Dag Hammarskjöld Foundation and TrustWorks Global.
This country briefing on Somalia explores the various dynamics around natural resource-related conflicts taking a close look at: extractives; water; and land-related conflicts. It explores potential entry-points for working with local actors to resolve these conflicts and prevent new ones.
This country analysis explores the dynamics of natural resource-related conflicts in Kazakhstan, including socioeconomic, health, environmental and economic concerns and implications. It then analyses potential entry-points for resolution.
After placing Tunisia’s natural resource-related conflicts in political and historical context, this paper explores specific natural resource-related conflicts, the dynamics of social unrest around extractives operations, and the role of the trade unions, farmers and violent extremist groups. After a brief overview of previous attempts at resolution, the paper discusses potential entry-points for addressing these dynamics.
This country analysis on Myanmar explores the dynamics of conflicts around: minerals; hydropower and dams and oil and gas. It analyses the regulatory framework in place to manage natural resources and entry-points for exploring resolution of these conflicts and their inter-connection with political issues.