3 edition of Breaking the links between economics and conflict in Mindanao found in the catalog.
Breaking the links between economics and conflict in Mindanao
by Business and Conflict Programme, International Alert, Alternate Forum for Research in Mindanao in London, U.K, Davao City, Philippines
Written in English
|Statement||Sylvia Concepciòn ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Concepciòn, Sylvia., International Alert (Organization). Business and Conflict Programme., Alternate Forum for Research in Mindanao.|
|LC Classifications||HC457.M5 B73 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||60 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||60|
|LC Control Number||2004348053|
As with most internal conflicts, women have been particularly affected by the conflict in Mindanao. As widows and survivors of the conflict, they have provided for their families in a region mired in poverty (the poorest provinces in the Philippines are in conflict-affected areas) and have faced acts of gender-based violence. Conflict between Moro1 groups seeking an independent state in Mindanao, and the Government of the Philippines (GPH) has been .
After a year in office, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte is confronting a full-fledged crisis on his home island of Mindanao. For almost a month, government soldiers have struggled to liberate Marawi, the largest Muslim-majority city in the country, from fighters affiliated with the Islamic State (ISIS) and led by the notorious Maute Group, a Filipino jihadist Author: Richard Javad Heydarian. By Eric Demeter November, Additional insights discussing intractable conflicts are offered by Beyond Intractability participants. Introduction The conflict in Mindanao, Philippines is complicated, and there are a myriad of leaders and political groups that are associated with it. Three main Muslim separatists groups lie at the heart of the conflict.
The Mindanao conflict between the Muslims of the Philippines and the Christian Filipino government dates back over forty years. The Muslims believe that they have never been a part of the Philippines and that the struggle today can be related back to the war of independence from Spanish and then American rule. Montenegro told reporters that the five-month armed conflict between government forces and Islamic State-inspired Maute Group was seen as a “temporary setback,” but it will not dampen the total economic performance of Mindanao since Marawi was not a major production area.
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12 Breaking the links between economics and conflict in Mindanao INTERNATIONAL ALERT • BUSINESS AND CONFLICT PROGRAMME. Mindanao was a primary component in Ramos’ overall development vision, and he was determined to forge a comprehensive and enduring peace settlement, starting with the MNLF.
THIS REPORT SHEDS analytical light on the complex linkages between economic factors and the conflict in Mindanao, and on the possible role of local business leaders and their associates in communities or other sectors in the country in breaking these links.
It also explores options for government in addressing these dynamics. Breaking the links between economics and conflict in Mindanao.
Sylvia Concepcion, Larry Digal, Rufa Guiam, Romulo dela Rosa and Mara Stankovitch for International Alert, first presented at the “Waging Peace” conference in. The challenging case study considered in this chapter, the conflict between the Government of the Republic of the Philippines (GRP) and various armed groups claiming to represent the Muslim population of the southern island grouping of Mindanao, is, by some estimates, the second oldest on earth (after the conflict between North and South Sudan Author: Brendan Howe.
The Mindanao conflict in the Philippines: roots, costs, and potential peace dividend (English) Abstract. This paper summarizes the roots and status of the conflict in Mindanao, a large island with a current population of about 18 million -the second oldest internal conflict in the world- briefly examines the social costs, estimates the direct economic costs Cited by: Thus, persisting for some five centuries, the Mindanao conflict is the second-oldest on earth, after the conflict between North and South Sudan (which can be dated back to the th.
century, or much earlier if one includes the continual strife between Egyptians and Nubians in Pharaonic times).
The Philippines was comparatively calm for. The continuing political violence in Mindanao is borne out of the conflict between the state and the MILF on the one hand and the state and the ASG on the other hand.
International Alert, Breaking the Links between Economics and Conflict in Mindanao (Davao City: International Alert ). The Bangsamoro people include the Badjao, Sangil, Palawani, Iranun, Kalagan, Tausug, Jama-Mapun, Samal, Kaligbugan, Yakan, Molbog and the more well-known Maguindanao and Maranao.
Cited by: 3. 1 The Mindanao Conflict in the Philippines: Ethno-Religious War or Economic Conflict. Rizal G. Buendia Introduction The Mindanao conflict, expressed in. The book provides readers with findings from coordinated research on feuding, as well as a wealth of rido case studies, personal accounts and recommendations to government, communities, and conflict resolution advocates.
While the book deals with rido dynamics and other related conflicts in Mindanao, it also looks into conflict resolution and. Abu Sayyaf Moro Islamic Liberation Front The Abu Sayyaf is the smallest and most radical of the Islamic separatist groups in the southern Philippines.
They are known to carry out kidnappings for ransom and bombings to achieve their stated goal of an independent Islamic state in. In Mindanao, in contrast, the coexistence of three cultural and ethnic groups (Christian, Muslim, and indigenous tribes), a complex series of conflicts that reflect multiple-layers of tensions, and multiple trends of peacebuilding supported by varied actors who have distinct historical, ideological and structural backgrounds, developed a few Author: SungYong Lee.
Breaking the links between economics and conflict in Mindanao, December discussion paper / Sylvia Significant change stories: Caraga Reg Mindanao, Philippines Mapangi-Dipolog basins: Western Mindanao.
The Economist offers authoritative insight and opinion on international news, politics, business, finance, science, technology and the connections between them. CONFLICT IN MINDANAO. Root Causes and Status.
ABHOUD SYED M. LINGGA Institute of Bangsamoro Studies. Asia DCHS Regional Workshop on “Towards Liberating Democracy: Devolution of Power Matters” Organized by International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance and Mahidol University Research Center on Peace Building Siam City Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand JanuaryConflict.
A Brief History of Mindanao’s Long-running Conflict The conflict in Mindanao is one of the world’s longest running, with roots tracing back to the colonial era and the dynamics of exploitation and resistance that marked that period. From the 16th century untilMoro sultanates fought against the Spanish colonial regime that.
This initiative is conceived as a stepwise process to help break the links between Mindanao’s real economy and violent conflict. The first step is to undertake a comprehensive research study to strengthen our understanding and grasp of those links. The total economic loss sustained by Mindanao due to the conflict is pegged at about P billion ($ million), according to the Office of the Presidential Adviser on.
On Wednesday (J ), during the sidelines of the Financial Executives Institution of the Philippines (FINEX) general membership meeting in Makati City, Defense Undersecretary Cardozo M.
Luna revealed the real impact of martial law in the south. Larry N. Digal currently works at the School of management, University of the Philippines Mindanao. Larry does research in the economics of. The BIMP EAGA-Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines East ASEAN Growth Area-forms an apparent paradox with the social, political and economic structures of the Philippines, especially in : Mark Stephen Williams.2.
Injustice and exclusion at the onset of the Mindanao conflict 7 3. the continued economic exclusion of Muslim Mindanao 8 4. understanding conflict duration in Muslim Mindanao 10 5. clans and conflict in Muslim Mindanao 15 6.
clans and conflict resurgence in 17 7. a regional perspective: the case of aceh The decades-old conflict in Mindanao, southern Philippines, is often framed as a Muslim–Christian conflict and reinterpreted as such within the .