MayA. Kumssa, J. Herbert Williams, and J.F. Jones, Palgrave Macmillan, 2011, 224p, ISBN : 978-0-230-11560-6
A. Kumssa, J. Herbert Williams, and J.F. Jones, Palgrave Macmillan, Conflict and Human Security in Africa. Kenya in Perspective
Palgrave Macmillan, 2011
ISBN : 978-0-230-11560-6
The tragedy of poverty is that it happens in a wealthy world. Despite global prosperity unrivalled in human history, a new wave of dramatic crises at the turn of the millennium is evident in armed conflict, civil unrest, ethnic violence, disease and economic jeopardy. Hardest hit are developing regions like sub-Saharan Africa, which are the focus of this book. This edited volume deals with conflict and the safety of entire communities in Africa as a whole, and Kenya in particular. The authors spell out the meaning and nuances of human security in today’s global economy and discuss policy options and alternative approaches to enhance the well-being and protection of communities affected by conflict.
Asfaw Kumssa is the coordinator of the United Nations Centre for Regional Development (UNCRD) Africa Office, Nairobi, Kenya. He has published extensively on urban and regional development, human security and conflict. His co-edited books include Globalization and the New Regional Development ; The Cost of Reform : the Social Aspect of Transitional Economies ; and Climate Change and Sustainable Urban Development in Africa and Asia.
James Herbert Williams is Dean and Milton Morris Endowed Chair at the Graduate School of Social Work at the University of Denver. His scholarship has been published in several prominent health and social science journals.
John F. Jones is Research Professor at the University of Denver, Graduate School of Social Work where he was formerly Dean. He has published a dozen books and many articles on social development and human security in Asia and Africa.
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