Democratization and Human Security in Postwar Sierra Leone

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Introduction: Democratization and Human Security in Sierra Leone: An Introduction; Marda Mustapha
1. Constitutional Development and Ethnic Entrepreneurism in Sierra Leone: A Historical Perspective;Joseph J. Bangura
2. Chieftaincy Reform and Liberal Peacebuilding in Sierra Leone; Joseph Lansana Kormoh
3. Reconciling Police Reform and Local Security Provision in Post-conflict Sierra Leone; Freida Ibiduni M'Cormack, James B.M. Vincent and Joseph P. Chris Charley
4. Diasporic States; Mariane Ferme
5. The 2012 General Elections in Sierra Leone: Democratic Consolidation or Semi-authoritarian Regime; Marda Mustapha
6. The NGOization of Civil Society in Sierra Leone - a thin dividing line between empowerment and disempowerment
;Diana Szántó
7. Civil Society and Democratized Peace in Post-War Sierra Leone; Vandy Kanyako
8. Critical Examination of Food Security-Insecurity in Post-War Sierra Leone; Earl Conteh-Morgan
9. Promises and Pitfalls of the Free Health Care Initiative in Sierra Leone: An Early Analysis; Fredline A. O. M'Cormack-Hale and Fredanna A. D. M'Cormack
10.Corruption and the 2014 EVD Crisis in Sierra Leone: Ebola as 'Total Disease'; Jenise R. DePinto
Conclusion: The Interface Between Democratization and Human security; Joseph J. Bangura
This edited collection is the first book-length project to undertake a multidisciplinary study of democratization and human security in the post war nation of Sierra Leone. The overarching theme is there is synergy of democratization and human security which makes it imperative for the state to foster and enhance the realization of these concepts in postwar Sierra Leone. The book is divided into two broad thematic sections. The first section deals with democratization with a critical examination of the creation and instrumentality of institutions largely considered a necessity for democracy to take hold in a country. The second section delineates human security or the lack thereof in key areas of political, social and economic life. Though the book is specific to Sierra Leone, African countries and indeed countries transitioning to democracy around the world, scholars and practitioners of postwar or democratic transition studies would benefit from the concepts expounded in this collection.
Editiert von: Joseph J. Bangura, Marda Mustapha
Marda Mustapha is Associate Professor of Comparative Politics at the College of Saint Rose, USA with expertise in International Relations and Comparative Politics. His research interests include African Politics, Conflict Studies, Democracy in Africa, Governance, Global Political Economy and Global Politics broadly defined. Mustapha has published numerous peer reviewed articles on conflict, health and peace. He is also a member of the Institute of Governance Reform a Think Tank in Sierra Leone and with a consulting partner of The Economic Forum, a development and policy consulting firm also in Sierra Leone.
Joseph J. Bangura is Associate Professor of History and Director of the African Studies Program at Kalamazoo College, USA. His research interests include African Intellectual and Urban History, State Security and Governance in Africa. Bangura has published numerous peer reviewed works on various aspects of colonial and contemporary Sierra Leone including, security and peace building, identity formation, gender and commerce and Islam in colonial Freetown.

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Autor: Joseph J. Bangura
ISBN-13 :: 9781349558209
ISBN: 1349558206
Erscheinungsjahr: 03.12.2015
Verlag: Palgrave Macmillan US
Gewicht: 355g
Seiten: 280
Sprache: Englisch
Auflage 15001, 1st ed. 2016
Sonstiges: Taschenbuch, 216x140x15 mm
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