This second issue of International Alert, Uganda’s Investing in Peace briefing paper series reviews the current status of oil exploration, plans for production, and the policy environment for managing oil in Uganda. Its focus is on the potential for oil to trigger or exacerbate violent conflict in Uganda at different levels: national, local and cross-border with neighbouring Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Alert’s research suggests that conflict risks associated with oil have to date been overlooked.
This report describes and assesses the different categories of actors and the processes, chains and linkages that are involved in mining and trading of minerals in the Kivu provinces and in the territory of Ituri in eastern DRC.
In this challenge paper the members of the World Economic Forum's Global Agenda Council propose a new vulnerability and protection business model for humanitarian assistance.
This report explores the complexities of responding to climate change in fragile and conflict affected contexts.
This guide seeks to help companies in the Philippines avoid participation in human rights abuses and be accountable when liable.
This resource pack seeks to document current practice, available frameworks and lessons learned on the relationship between programming and conflict.