By Nicole Deitelhoff, Klaus Dieter Wolf
This booklet specializes in the function of personal companies in zones of clash. It seems on the kind of governance contributions anticipated from transnational enterprise companies in the direction of peace and safety and attracts conclusions as to what determines their contributions.
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The issue of competition over land, land ownership and the resulting division of socio-economic privilege was exploited to mobilize the genocide (Bächler 1996: 473–9; Wyss 2006: 8–17). After the genocide many of the fleeing génocidaires and the Hutu public in fear of revenge attacks crossed the border into the Democratic Republic of Congo then Zaire. From there, the Force Démocratique de Libération du Rwanda (FDLR) led incursions into Rwanda that continued to cause casualties and insecurity in the western province of Rwanda until Rwandan troops pursued the Hutu rebels deep into Zaire.
They are indirectly linked to peace as they strengthen rights and the rule of law, thus fostering non-violent means of conflict settlement. Alpha also contributes through socio-economic activities in health, education and the environment, ranging from sponsoring a school in 38 Here’s to Peace! ) to treeplanting activities and donations to relief funds. Of these activities, some are systematic and sustained and are therefore considered governance contributions. One prominent example is the way Alpha integrates local economic development into its core business activities by sourcing local products from small-scale farmers in cooperatives.
3 The conflict contexts: Rwanda and Democratic Republic of Congo The conflict background, developments and environment introduced here serve analytical and empirical aims. 4 the root causes and key drivers of the conflict indicate those governance contributions that indirectly relate to conflict. This very brief overview is highly consolidated and can only give an impression of the complexity and interdependence of the conflicts in Rwanda and the DRC. 1 Rwanda The period of conflict discussed here can only be understood against the background of Rwandan history since colonial rule.