Índice

SUMMARY

Cristina Rodrigues e Ana Bénard da Costa
Introduction

PART I
Angola at war and at peace

Ricardo de Sousa
The Nature of the Parties on the Prospects of Power-Sharing in the Angola Peace Processes

Carlos Manuel Lopes
What Effects From Peace in Reducing Poverty? A perspective from empirical records collected in the cities of Huambo and Luanda

Aline Afonso Pereira
“We Create Minimum Conditions”: survival of the female market vendors of Luanda in the post-war

Emanuel Lopes
Reflection on poverty of displaced populations: the Hanha case

PART II
War, poverty and peace in Mozambique

João Paulo Borges Coelho
“Quantitative Literature” and the Interpretation of the Armed Conflict in Mozambique
(1976-1992)

Ana Bénard da Costa
Mozambique: poverty in war and poverty in peace

PART III
Reflections regarding poverty, conflicts and violence: the Guinea-Bissau, Sao Tome and Principe and Cape Verde cases

Cristina Udelsmann Rodrigues e Alfredo Handem
(Intermittent) Poverty and Peace in Guinea-Bissau

Augusto Nascimento
The Harsh Fight against Poverty in Sao Tome and Principe

Augusto Nascimento
‘Poverty…, of course we have it…‟ Notes for the analysis of an institutional conscience about poverty and micro-violence in Cape Verdean contexts

Cristina Udelsmann Rodrigues e Carlos Manuel Lopes
Conclusion

 

Este documento é uma tradução do livro em português, Pobreza e Paz nos PALOP, Sextante Editora (2009), ISBN 978-989-676-007-6