|International Development - Fifth Report|
Here you can browse the report together with the Proceedings of the Committee. The published report was ordered by the House of Commons to be printed 16 March 2005.
Terms of Reference
Background and acknowledgements
1 Darfur, Sudan and the Responsibility to
The Committee's inquiry and visit to Sudan
The responsibility to protect
2 Meeting humanitarian needs?
Early warnings, donor response and the
role of the media
Ignoring early warnings?
A slow donor response?
The role of the media
Humanitarian access: Government obstructions,
The Government of the Sudan's obstructions
The threat of insecurity to the humanitarian
The humanitarian system: Capacity, coordination
Humanitarian agencies' speed of response
Coordination gaps: IDPs, camp management
and voluntary return
A leadership vacuum
Towards effective humanitarian relief?
Darfur's continuing humanitarian needs
Reforming the international humanitarian
The limits of humanitarian relief
3 Providing protection and security by exerting
Negotiating the political and security
Sequencing and the prioritisation of the
North-South peace process
Was the North-South peace process (CPA) prioritised
The prioritization of the CPA: Consequences
Sequencing: A misguided and unnecessary approach?
The role of the African Union: African-led
solutions for African problems?
The involvement of the African Union
The AU-hosted talks in Abuja
The AU's Mission on the ground
A stronger mandate
More troops and police
Cooperation with human rights organisations
Working on the basis of strategy?
An excuse for inaction by others?
The UN Security Council: Maintaining international
peace and security?
Oil, national interests and the UN
The UN Security Council: Divisions and weakness
A referral to the International Criminal
Targeted sanctions and an extended arms embargo
Diplomatic negotiations and the responsibility
Dealing with the Government of the Sudan
Collective in-action: Who has a responsibility
4 The responsibility for development
Governance and political change: Institutions
The new Sudan: Good governance, justice and
Local solutions to conflicts over land and
Development and livelihoods: Incentives for
Oil revenues, transparency and development
Rebuilding shattered livelihoods
Shared responsibilities, accountability and
Investing in peace and development
Accountability and the responsibility to
Conclusions and recommendations
List of acronyms
Appendix: ICID Executive Summary
List of written evidence
Reports from the International Development
Committee since 2001
ORAL AND WRITTEN EVIDENCE - HC67-II
Monday 29 November 2004
Tuesday 14 December 2004
Tuesday 21 December 2004
Wednesday 9 February 2005
Tuesday 22 February 2005
Wednesday 23 February 2005