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Insecurity and Local Governance in Congo’s South Kivu (Research Summary)

Published on 20 March 2012

For more than 15 years, Congo’s South Kivu province has experienced recurrent war and violence. But while the state collapsed during this time, governance did not entirely disappear.

This paper examines how and why local systems of governance survived, and draws lessons for how to rebuild human security.

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IDS
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Ferdinand Mugumo Mushi
journal
IDS Research Summary of IDS Research Report, issue 74

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