This bibliography brings together resources for those interested in the interrelationship between various forms of social conflict and poverty. It highlights the links between poverty and social conflict as observed among conflict-affected communities, the rural/urban poor and within groups at risk such as women, children and youth. The volume includes references to a wide variety of resources, including monographs, reports, maps, brochures, periodicals and website links.
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