Post conflict reconstruction efforts in tribal areas of Pakistan through informal education

Dawood MAMOON

Abstract


Abstract. The paper is a first effort of its kind to discuss the issue of post conflict reconstruction efforts in the tribal belt of Pakistan by focusing on soft skills and peaceful behavior of locals on account of informal means of delivering education. The paper explains why informal education in comparison to formal schooling isa preferred strategy to change the behaviors of locals towards subtle national integration in short time span. The paper presents the learning initiatives and possible outcomes with help of academic literature that focuses on post conflict reconstruction efforts in regions like Africa and Asia.

Keywords. Education, Informal educaton.

JEL. A11, A14, A20.


Keywords


Education; Informal educaton.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1453/jsas.v4i3.1437

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