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Humanitarian Agenda 2015 Burundi and Liberia Country Studies


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Resource type:Research, reports and studies
Keywords:Conflict, violence & peace, Protection, human rights & security
Countries:Burundi, Liberia
Agency:Feinstein International Center, Tufts University
Author(s):Zeebroek, X.
Date published:July 2006

Humanitarian Agenda 2015 (HA2015) is a policy research project aimed at equipping the humanitarian enterprise to more effectively address emerging challenges around four major themes: universality, terrorism
and counter terrorism, coherence, and security.

This case study is the result of two study visits to Burundi—in December 2003 and February 2006—and ongoing monitoring of the political, military, and humanitarian situation in the country since the signing of the Arusha Comprehensive Peace Agreement (August 2000) and the first peacekeeping mission deployed by the African Union (June 2003).

Within the four topics addressed by the Humanitarian Agenda 2015 research, three seem pertinent in the case of Burundi—coherence, security and, to a lesser extent, terrorism.


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