Study on „Dynamics of microconflicts and the prospect of conflict transformation in rural Bangladesh“

Study on „Dynamics of microconflicts and the prospect of conflict transformation in rural Bangladesh“

This study, carried out in collaboration with NETZ and Dr. Zahid ul Arefin Choudhury of the University of Dhaka, provides a novel way of mapping processes of interpersonal conflict and the role of different actors such as civil society, local government and the state. The study investigates how the interaction between state and civil society can determine the transformation of society. It also analyses key factors that are necessary to contribute to a civil and political society in the long term.

Author: Zahid ul Arefin Choudhury

Study dated 12-2019, 88 pages

The English language study can be read online under "download".

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