World Development Report 2011 - Conflict, Security, and Development

This World Development Report (WDR) asks what spurs risks of violence, why conflict prevention and recovery have proven so difficult to address, and what can be done by national leaders and their development, security, and diplomatic partners to help restore a stable development path in the world’s most fragile and violence-torn areas. The central message of the Report is that strengthening legitimate institutions and governance to provide citizen security, justice, and jobs is crucial to break cycles of violence.

Resource Info

Resource Type

Report

Published

Published by

World Bank

Topic(s)

Conflict
Conflict Risk Reduction
Education for Peacebuilding