Research Report "I Was Born in that Village"
Prospects for Minority Returns and Sustainable Integrated Communities in Kosovo
Carol Rabenhorst, Kimberly D. Cartwright, Mark Baskin, Enver Hoxhaj, Snezana Karadjic
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This paper presents the findings from a 2003 assessment of the conditions that impede or support minority returns and reintegration in post-conflict Kosovo. The assessment analyzes the status, perceptions, knowledge, and attitudes of groups of internal displaced persons (IDPs) that hinder or promote their successful return and reintegration, and determines the economic, political, and social preconditions that are necessary to create sustainable multi-ethnic communities. The report describes the findings of the assessment team, presents an analysis of relevant issues, and provides specific guidance and recommendations to USAID/Kosovo on how existing and future programs can best support the conditions requisite to successful returns and reintegration.
Research Areas International development
Tags International public administration and local government International social sector reform International housing and land markets International civil society and democratic institutions