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Peacebuilding and Sustainable Human Development : the pursuit of the bangsamoro right to self-determination / Ayesah Uy Abubakar.Material type: BookPublisher: Cham, Switzerland : Springer, 2019Description: xviii, 208 pages : illustrations (some color), facsimiles, maps ; 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9783319533865 (pbk.).Subject(s): Peace-building, -- Philippines -- Mindanao Island | Sustainable development, -- Philippines -- Mindanao Island | Peace-buildingDDC classification: 303.66095997 UYA
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1.Introduction.- 2.Literature Review of Theories and Concepts, and Case Studies in Sustainable Human Development and Peacebuilding.- 3.The Area of Study Mindanao and the Bangsamoro Conflict Communities.- 4.Research Methods.- 5.Research Findings And Analysis.- 6.Conclusions.
This book presents the protracted right to self-determination conflict between the Philippine state and the Bangsamoro group in Mindanao, Philippines. In the five decades of attempts to achieve peace, a key element is the Bangsamoros' search for a kind of development that is compatible with their aspirations for freedom and their future. This book presents a study of the Bangsamoro communities and their social constructions of conflict, peace and development. It examines the viability of the sustainable human development framework for application in their challenging realities. The usefulness of the sustainable human development framework lies not only in its use of human development parameters like the Human Development Index. It also provides an approach towards development that synergizes with the sustainable peace framework – an imperative for Mindanao. At the centre of this approach is the Participatory Rural Appraisal and Participatory Learning and Action methodology for eliciting responses, stimulating discussion, documenting verbal and non-verbal ideas and carrying out small-scale projects to demonstrate community participation.