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In fact when the British troops ﬁred back at the RUF, the RUF was already having serious supply problems with its ammunition. The NGOs had four sets of allies through the Kimberley Process. Ironically, and in an odd way, the ﬁrst was the diamond industry. The relationship was frequently adversarial, and the industry wanted little more than for the NGOs to go away. But for this to happen, the NGOs would need to be satisﬁed that an effective agreement was in place. The second NGO ally was the United Nations.
In the brief Kambia vignette, there are half a dozen innovations in human security, and enough optimism to conclude on a positive note: a free and open media; community policing; compulsory primary education; a Special Court for war criminals; children’s clubs; bright, informed, ambitious young people. 30 A Decade of Human Security These are all important – hugely important. But there is no quick ﬁx, and there is certainly no cheap ﬁx. The children still don’t know where they will get a football, and no one knows where they will get jobs.
While many scholars have been skeptical of the ‘value added’ in so broadening the agenda, several of the contributors to this volume draw links between security and development, either explicitly or implicitly, and argue that the concept of human security is most meaningful when the interconnectedness of human welfare and safety – that is, the holistic nature of human security – is recognised. In Chapter 11, Catherine Schittecatte addresses the issue directly, arguing that global economic changes and the dominant multilateral ﬁnancial institutions are responsible for increasing levels of insecurity for many people in the world.