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Failing, Failed, and Fragile States Conference Report

Failing, Failed, and Fragile States Conference Report

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The International Relations Students' Association of the University of British Columbia hosted the Failing, Failed, and Fragile States (FFFS) Conference from March 8th to March 10th 2007. This report outlines a series of police recommendations to the Canadian government produced by the student delegates regarding the five issues areas and three geographic case studies that were studied at the conference. Each set of policy recommendations is preceded by a summary of the discussion that led the delegates to their final recommendations. The issue areas were: Actors and Methods of Intervention; Gender; Balance of Peace and Justice with Regard to Armed Groups; Democratization and the Role of Government; and Natural Resources and the Private Sector. The geographic case studies were Afghanistan, Haiti, and Sudan.

The recommendations emphasize two cross-cutting themes with regard to FFFS: firstly, the need for consideration of issues on a case-by-case basis, and secondly, the use of local resources to promote stability and development. Consideration of these two themes can ensure that the policies followed by the Canadian government do not misconstrue issues that are inherently complication and diverse, while also enhancing the work of the Canadian government in FFFS.
The International Relations Students' Association of the University of British Columbia hosted the Failing, Failed, and Fragile States (FFFS) Conference from March 8th to March 10th 2007. This report outlines a series of police recommendations to the Canadian government produced by the student delegates regarding the five issues areas and three geographic case studies that were studied at the conference. Each set of policy recommendations is preceded by a summary of the discussion that led the delegates to their final recommendations. The issue areas were: Actors and Methods of Intervention; Gender; Balance of Peace and Justice with Regard to Armed Groups; Democratization and the Role of Government; and Natural Resources and the Private Sector. The geographic case studies were Afghanistan, Haiti, and Sudan.

The recommendations emphasize two cross-cutting themes with regard to FFFS: firstly, the need for consideration of issues on a case-by-case basis, and secondly, the use of local resources to promote stability and development. Consideration of these two themes can ensure that the policies followed by the Canadian government do not misconstrue issues that are inherently complication and diverse, while also enhancing the work of the Canadian government in FFFS.

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Published by: estrellitaalia on Dec 03, 2010
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