This bibliography brings together resources aiming to guide those interested in the interrelationship between various forms of social conflict and poverty around the subject. It highlights the resources that link poverty and social conflict as observed among conflict-affected communities, the rural/urban poor and within socially vulnerable groups such as women, children and youth. This volume of resources in the 1 language is divided into two parts. Part one relates to the international dimension and the first two chapters provide information on the conceptual framework, the regional and international efforts to alleviate poverty and the promotion of post-conflict reconstruction and development. Subsequent chapters shed light on vulnerable groups â€“ women, children and youth â€“ who are impacted most by poverty and social conflict. The section on employment and livelihoods aims to give an overall picture of poverty and conflict as experienced by workers, micro-entrepreneurs and communities involved in farming, fishing and other principal livelihoods.
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