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Richard Hill

Richard Hill is Senior Director for Transitional States, RTI International. He has extensive experience in post-conflict reconstruction, emergency relief, and disaster response, and has worked in 41 countries, including Afghanistan, Colombia, Kosovo, Liberia, and Iraq. He has designed, directed, and evaluated relief and reconstruction programs, as well as managed research projects on contributing factors to societal stability and on economic integration of ex-combatants.

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SSI books and monographs by Richard Hill

  • Guide to Rebuilding Public Sector Services in Stability Operations: A Role for the Military

    October 06, 2009

    Authored by Derick W. Brinkerhoff, Ronald W. Johnson, Richard Hill. Edited by Professor Susan Merrill.
    The authors provide a set of principles and operational guidelines for peacekeepers to help a country restore public infrastructure and services. The extent to which public sector reconstruction takes place is a function of the mission, the level of resources, expertise of the troops, and the host country context. This guide provides courses of action to both planners and practitioners in executing these operations and supplements existing and emerging documents.

  • Guide to Rebuilding Governance in Stability Operations: A Role for the Military?

    June 18, 2009

    Authored by Derick W. Brinkerhoff, Ronald W. Johnson, Richard Hill. Edited by Professor Susan Merrill.
    This guide focuses on the military’s role in rebuilding and establishing a functional, effective, and legitimate nation-state; one that can assure security and stability for its citizens, defend its borders, deliver services effectively for its populace, and is responsible and accountable to its citizens.