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BOSAKAIBO,B. Georges ( ボサカイボ ボミノ ジョージ , BOSAKAIBO,Bomino Georges )
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総合政策学部総合政策学科
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講師
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国際開発、ガバナンス、行政と平和構築研究

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2013年-現在に至る 国際開発学会
2014年-現在に至る 日本アフリカ学会
2015年-現在に至る African Studies Association

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名古屋大学国際開発研究科国際協力専攻博士後期課程 2018年03月  卒業 
名古屋大学国際開発研究科国際協力専攻博士後期課程 2018年03月  卒業 
名古屋大学国際開発研究科国際協力専攻博士後期課程 2018年03月  卒業 
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名古屋大学大学院国際協力研究科国際開発研究科国際協力専攻 博士後期課程  2018年03月  修了 
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博士 博士(国際開発)  The Effects of Stakeholder Participation on Local Development: The Logging Process in Mongala Province, the Democratic Republic of Congo  名古屋大学  2018年03月26日 
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2022  The Effects of Stakeholder Participation on Local Development: The Logging Process in Mongala Province, DRC, Bristol, MediaComX. Ltd, 2022, 328 pages  単著   
MediaComX.Ltd  , A5  , 328  , 2022/03/29   

概要(Abstract) This book offers a critical analysis of stakeholder participation and its impact on local development with focus on the logging process. The investigation on the reasons the riparian communities do not benefit from the logging through the participatory ap-proach as promoted by the DRC Forest Code is the focus of this study. Many scholars explored the usefulness and limita-tion of participation, but little has been said about the domi-nance and power relations concerning the concept. Therefore, this volume investigates on ways and reasons that stakehold-ers used, and it seeks to determine whether participation could be a solution for Mongala province in the context of logging process. Using data from original empirical fieldwork, the book focuses on the case studies of three logging companies established in Lisala Territory from 2011 to 2016.
This study argues that the logging company as a powerful stakeholder purports the logging process in Mongala Province to be an active participation of all stakeholders for the local development.
However, the volume shows that the notion of participation is not applied due to the dominance and control of the power-ful stakeholders over the whole logging process in detriment of the local communities’ benefit.
 

備考(Remarks) This book is an edited version of my PhD dissertation. 

2019  Bosakaibo, G.B. (2019), 'The Diaspora Recent Patriotic awakening and its Impact on Socio-Economic and Political Arena in DRC' pp 255-295, In Yongkyu Chang and Eun Kyung Kim (eds) African Politics and Economics in a Globalised World, Seoul, Dahae Publishing Co.Ltd  共著   
Dahae Publishing Co.Ltd  , B5  , 39  , 2019/6/24   

概要(Abstract) The recent internal economic, social and political context in the DRC has pushed millions of Congolese to migration. Various conflicts that have affected this country in Central Africa since the 1990s caused internal and external displacement. In reaction to the various problems in its homeland, the Congolese Diaspora has held symbolic demonstrations in several countries to underline its support for the victims of eastern Congo war, its opposition to unpredictable post electoral crisis without democratic standard and at the same time to raise the awareness of the populations of their host countries to this reality (Fabrice Ntompa, 2013). Thus, thi chapter explores the reasons for this patriotic awakening of the Congolese Diaspora. This
attempts to explore the reasons for this Congolese patriotic awakening in recent years allows to discover the reality of the problem and its involvement in the political life in the DRC and to determine whether the Congolese Diaspora has a track record that has contributed to the socio-economic assistance of the DRC.  

備考(Remarks)
This is a book chapter contributed to the book : African Politics and Economics in a Globalised World edited Yongkyu Chang and Eun Kyung Kim, my chapter title is 'The Diaspora Recent Patriotic awakening and its Impact on Socio-Economic and Political Arena in DRC', pp 255-295, Seoul, Dahae Publishing Co.Ltd 

2022  Bosakaibo, G.B. (2022). International Policies and Illegal Logging Exploitation Sustaining Local Conflict in the Democratic Republic of Congo, pp. 57-81. in Nishikawa, Y. (eds) Globalisation and Local Conflicts in Africa and Asia. Evidence-Based Approaches to Peace and Conflict Studies, vol 7. Springer, Singapore.  共著   
Springer, Singapore   , A5  , 25  , 2022/03/22   

概要(Abstract) The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) has the second-largest area of rainforest in the world as natural resources. Decades of poor governance and continuous conflicts favoured the illegal logging exploitation in detriment of the country benefit. The 2001 reform resulted to the 2002 forest code to improve the forest management. However, the forest code implementation has shown its limits and weaknesses. Therefore, this chapter explores international regulations and policies supposed to contribute to the legal logging exploitation but seem to support the illegal logging exploitation in generating local conflicts in DRC. Besides, the identification of key challenges is also important to think about mechanisms that can fill the gap between the multilateral policy initiatives and practices in the local contexts. The chapter argues that international policies, in a way, favour the illegal logging even though through the multilateral cooperation, they suggest laws and policies to improve the forest governance in the DRC. Unless, those factors and challenges are identified, the gap between international policies and practices in the local context cannot be filled.

Keywords:
International policies, Multilateral cooperation, Illegal logging exploitation, Forest resources. Local/internal conflict 

備考(Remarks) This book chapter entitled ' International Policies and Illegal Logging Exploitation Sustaining Local Conflict in the Democratic Republic of Congo', is a contribution in 'Yukiko Nishikawa (ed) Globalisation and Local Conflicts in Africa and Asia, XII, 204 pages, Springer, Singapore. 

2022  Bosakaibo, G.B (2022). Civil Society and Peacebuilding in the Kivu Provinces of the Democratic Republic of Congo, pp.205-233. In: Kiyala, J.C.K., Harris, G.T. (eds) Civil Society and Peacebuilding in Sub-Saharan Africa in the Anthropocene. The Anthropocene: Politik—Economics—Society—Science, vol 34. Springer, Cham.  共著   
Springer, Cham  , A5  , 29  , 2022/04/23   

概要(Abstract) A robust and organized civil society is vital in preventing violence. Congolese civil society organizations (CSOs) have supported citizens' interests since the time of the Second Republic from1965 to 1997. The civil war eruption in the 1990s in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) motivated the CSOs to engage in political dialogue for sustainable peace. Despite this dynamism, the CSOs weaknesses limited the impact of their action against violence in the eastern provinces. This chapter explores how effective or not has civil society been in ending armed conflict and building
sustaining peace in Kivu provinces via the use of seven civil society's peacebuilding functions. The findings are drawn from desk research mainly exploring data from books, journals, reports, official documents; and the assessment reported here is conducted within civil society's functions that the literature in this field provides. This chapter contends that the CSOs still exert a weak influence in building peace due to various factors that hinder the fulfilment of peacebuilding functions aiming for a sustainable peace.
Key words: Civil society, Peacebuilding, Conflict, Violence, Kivu Provinces, Democratic Republic of Congo
 

備考(Remarks) This is a book chapter in Kiyala, J.C.K., Harris, G.T. (eds), 'Civil Society and Peacebuilding in Sub-Saharan Africa in the Anthropocene', XXXVI, 580 pages. The book has been published in April 23, 2022. 

2022  Bosakaibo, G.B. (2022), 'Interaction between Development and Human Dignity and Their Implications for Human Life', pp.295- 328, In Robert Kisala, Go Kurebayashi, Winibaldus Mere, Roger Munsi, Antony Susairaj (Eds.) Hominis Dignitati An Interdisciplinary Approach, Manilla, Logos Publications Inc  共著   
Logos Publications Inc  , A5  , 33  , 2022/05/18   

概要(Abstract) The year 2021 marked the 75th anniversary of the founding of Nanzan University. This institution’s motto is hominis dignitati, which is Latin ‘for “human dignity”’. This chapter attempts to discuss “dignity” as a human quality related to development. Although development has a noble aim to promote dignity, some disreputable behaviors and practices hamper human dignity. Therefore, the objective of the study is to investigate and identify those behaviors and practices and to formulate policy strategies to prevent them from hindering human dignity and allowing people to live in a dignified manner. The study’s significance lies in helping the reader grasp the meaning of dignity as related to development in order to improve its practice and increase the impact on human well-being. This research is an empirical qualitative approach that uses secondary data from published books, journals, workshops, and internet sources. The frame of analysis is considered from the principle of “do no harm”, inclusive framing, and strategy development as well as the human rights framework. The chapter argues that the promotion of human rights and development has a noble aim for human dignity but that there are disreputable practices that prevent the human beings from living with their full human dignity.
Keywords: human dignity, development, human rights, poverty
 

備考(Remarks)
This is a book chapter to the book: Hominis Dignitati An Interdisciplinary Approach edited by Robert Kisala, Go Kurebayashi, Winibaldus Mere, Roger Munsi, Antony Susairaj, my chapter is 'Interaction between Development and Human Dignity and Their Implications for Human Life', pp.295- 328, , Manilla, Logos Publications Inc
 

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2016  Legal and Institutional Challenges in Forest Governance and their Implication in Local Communities’ Benefit from Logging in Mongala Province, DRC  単著   
Asian Journal of African Studies  , Institute of African Studies, Hankuk University (Seoul, Korea)  , 39. 1  , pp. 125-157  , 2016/02/28   

概要(Abstract) The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) is a country with the second largest tropical rain forest. The country faced exploitative and unregulated natural resources including logging exacerbated by conflict (1996-2002). Then, a new forest code was passed in August 2002 to regulate the forest issues. It specifies the land and resource rights of local communities and stipulates the obligations of the logger to provide social services for sustainable development. However, the local communities merely benefit from the logging. This paper explores the reasons that prevent the local communities to benefit from the logging in Mongala province in DRC. The following questions help to achieve the set objective: ‘to what extent is the law applied and respected in the logging process? What are the challenges that prevent the local communities from being beneficiaries of the logging process? Why are the local communities who are the stakeholders becoming victims instead of being beneficiaries of the logging process?’ This study is based on data gathered by the author through interview with involved actors in Mongala province DRC, from April to September 2014 in addition to secondary data, including books, journals, reports and internet sources. This study presents identified challenges that explain local communities’ prevention from benefiting from the logging. Then, it shows that these challenges constitute the obstacles for the new forest code to work for the local communities’ development. Unless mechanisms are put in place and respected, the local communities will continue to be victims instead of beneficiaries of logging.

Key words: Forest Code, Forest Governance, Local Communities, Logging, Mongala, Democratic Republic of Congo
 

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2020  Challenges of Security Sector Reform in Kivu Provinces, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC): Understanding the Recurrent Insecurity and Regional Dynamics  単著   
アカデミア Academia  , 南山大学 Nanzan University  , 19  , pp. 47 - 62  , 2020/06/30   

概要(Abstract) The recurrent conflict and unrest are happening in Kivu provinces in the eastern part of The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Despite the presence of the Congolese army, UN mission MONUSCO and a stand-alone Force Intervention Brigade (FIB), the population is still experiencing killings and displacements from these areas. UN peacekeeping operations focus on the security sector used the UN SSR policies to reorganize different security institutions to provide stability in the country especially in Kivu provinces. However, these SSR policies seem to fail in bringing peace in eastern Congo. For this reason, the study attempts to explore problems and challenges encountered in SSR policies implementation that impede the resume of durable peace. This qualitative research uses secondary data collected from books, journals, newspapers and internet sources. Few important elements of UN SSR in peacekeeping are used as a framework to analyse the data. Unless SSR challenges are well identified and led to an adequate implementation, there could not be hope of durable peace in the Kivu provinces in the eastern of the Democratic republic of Congo.  

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2021  Distinction between Formal and Informal Governance: A Critical Analysis of the Concepts  単著   
Academia  , Nanzan University  , 20  , pp. 73-89  , 2021/01/31   

概要(Abstract) In the academic arena, governance as concept gain a momentum among various scholars due to the
role it supposes or plays beyond government. The governance concept is commonly used in many
contexts. However, people are also used to or ignore its counterpart concept of informal governance
which has also attract some scholars who have interest in its understanding. This study focuses on
bringing about the difference between the two concepts in order to clarify what they entail and how they
operate side by side or demarcate from each other. The secondary data used is the existing literature
from books, journals and internet sources. In fact, it is impossible to understand informal governance
without grasping the formal governance meaning. Unlike formal rules, informal processes are social
interaction that occur in the context of formal rule to reach expectations through unwritten agreement.
Then, the invisible character of the structure explains the informality of institution. 

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2021  NGO CDRNB Basankusu Social Commitment for Community Forestry: Feasibility Study for Natural Resources Governance toward Local Development  単著   
Asian Journal of African Studies  , Institute of African Studies  , 50  , pp. 81-120  , 2021/02/28   

概要(Abstract) Basankusu is one of the seven territories in the current province of Equateur, whose capital is Mbandaka in DR Congo. The entire territory is made up of a dense tropical rain forest which is the main natural resource for its inhabitants. However, the local communities do not benefit from these natural resources. For this reason, the NGO CDRNB Basankusu has been created to help the communities to get involved in the natural resource management through the acquisition of the community forestry. Therefore, this study objectives investigate on the identification of major factors that led to the creation and involvement of the NGO in the management. It also explores its determination and motivation to acquire a community forestry, the role it can play dans le context of Basankusu natural resource as well as the reasons that unable the community forestry acquisition. This study is based on data gathered in Basankusu territory in Equateur province in DR Congo from August 2019. In addition, the secondary data are from books, journals, reports, internet sources and official government as well as diocese documents. The feasibility analysis of the forest project is a framework chosen and used as a lens through which the findings are analyzed in the discussion. This study recognizes the NGO determination to assist the local communities for their development, but it encounters various challenges. Unless those factors are identified and taken into consideration, the forestry community cannot be achieved and be effective. 

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2022  Land Administration Problems in the Democratic Republic of Congo: Case Study of Bongandanga Territory  単著   
Academia  , Nanzan University  , 22   , 21  , 2022/1/28   

概要(Abstract) Land is a limited resource with intense competition due to fast urbanization, growing populations,
economic necessities. The Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) is endowed with about 135
million hectares of agricultural land, which represents about 34% of the national territory where
10% only is developed. Bongandanga is one of territory of Mongala province territories, with an
area of 33,912 km2 and a population of 1,114,350 inhabitants. DRC design of a comprehensive
and integrative land administration (LA) has not yet been completed and leaves loopholes that
allow corruption and impedes LA function. The study objective is to identify the specific
problems faced by local government related to land administration. The research uses an
empirical approach with qualitative data in Bongandanga territory from 26 July to 29 August
2021. The related literature is collected using secondary data from published books, journals,
and workshop. This study argues that the land administration has various barriers that hinder its
function. Unless, these barriers are identified, there will be no way to bring mechanisms or
measures that can help to improve the land administration function for an effective and an
efficient service delivery at the local level.
Key words : Land administration, good governance principles, problems, Bongandanga, DRC. 

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2019  Land Tenure in Forest Zones at a Critical Juncture in Land Governance in DRC  単独  2019/11/28 
Centre for African Studies  , Centre for African Studies(Cap Town, S. Africa), Institute of African Studies-Hankuk University of foreign studies (S. Korea), Institute of African Studies (Germany)   

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2018  The Diaspora Recent Patriotic Awakening and Its Impact on Socio- Political Arena in DRC  単独  2018/10/26 
HK (Humanities Korea) International Conference in conjuction with the University of Bayreuth, Germany  , The Institute of African Studies (IAS) of Hankuk University of Foreign Studies (HUFS)   

概要(Abstract) The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) has an important diaspora that can be estimated around 2 million. It was around 2000 and 2001 that Congolese activists called 'combatants' or ‘fighters’ appeared in western capitals. They consider themselves as Congolese resistant patriots of the DRC. They boycott the concerts of the main Congolese musicians’ artists accused of connivance with the regime in power in place in Kinshasa. But the main target of these fighters is Congolese politicians who are working with Joseph Kabila regime since his arrival in power.
That is why this research aims to explore the reasons for this Congolese patriotic awakening in recent years to discover the real crux of the problem and its implication in the socio-political life in the DRC. In addition, this study also wants to determine whether this patriotic resistance has a track record that has contributed to the reconstitution of the DRC. Another objective is to know why the resistants or fighters attack musicians more than the politicians who exercise power in the country. And the last objective is to investigate the position of the government in the face of this patriotic resistance.
This research is based on the second data collected in newspapers, books, reports and the internet. The argument is that the patriotic awakening of the Congolese diaspora has not really succeeded in putting the actual regime to the test for positive change in the country because of their internal divisions that have weakened the resistance and, consequently, have failed to achieve the goals they have set themselves for a decent life in the DRC.


 

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2019  南山大学パッヘ研究奨励金I-A-2  Vague and Vicious Electoral Process in the DRC: Support or Obstacle to Democracy? 
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研究内容(Research Content) This research focuses on the identification of the reasons that contributed to the electoral process failure and to determine whether the elections are a support or an obstacle to democratic values in the case of the DRC. The study aims to: a) Identify the specific challenges faced by different actors in their participation in electoral processes; b) explore the role played by CENI (independent national electoral commission) at different stages of the electoral cycle in order to determine whether it has been an support or obstacle to democracy in DRC; c) Identify gaps and areas for improvement regarding the current situation and practices on electoral process altogether; d) Formulate recommendations towards addressing these challenges, and suggest strategies that CENI (independent national electoral commission) and other involved actors can adopt in order to enhance a free, fair and transparent participation in electoral processes.  

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2021  南山大学パッヘ研究奨励金I-A-2  Land Administration Problems in the Democratic Republic of Congo: Case Study of Bongandanga Territory. 
    24 万 

研究内容(Research Content) Land is a limited resource which has intense competition due to fast urbanization, growing populations, economic necessities. The Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) is endowed with about 135 million hectares of agricultural land, which represents about 34% of the national territory where 10% only is developed. Bongandanga is the third largest territory of the province of Mongala, with an area of 33,912 km2 and a population of 1,114,350 inhabitants. DRC design of a comprehensive and integrative LA has not yet been completed and leaves loopholes that allow corruption and impedes LA function. The specific objectives of the study are to identify the specific problems faced by local government at the territorial level with regard to land administration. The research uses an empirical research approach using case study with qualitative data in Bongandanga territory from 26 July to 29 August 2021. The related literature review on the study is collected using secondary data from published books, journals, and workshop and DRC government documents. This study argues that the land administration has various barriers that hinder its function. Unless, these barriers are identified, there will be no way to bring mechanisms or measures that can help to improve the land administration function for an effective and an efficient service delivery at the local level.  

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1. コース紹介と発音, 2.性、 数、冠詞と形容詞, 3.人称代名詞、 Etre, avoirの直説法現在と形容詞, 4.第1群規則動詞と基本文型, 5.前置詞 と第2群規則動詞の直説法現, 6.正式の疑問文、形容詞と疑問副詞, 7.非人称構文と形容詞, 8.比較級と最上級, 9.直説法複合過法、関係代名詞と指示代名詞, 10.代名動詞の複合過法と受動態, 11.代名詞と前置詞 , 12.未来、現在分詞とジェロンデイフ, 13.時制の照応と関係代名詞, 14.不定法複合形と現在名詞複合形, 15.所有代名詞 、疑問代名詞 とまとめ 

2020/4/01 - 2021/3/31 
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1. コース紹介と発音, 2.性、 数、冠詞と形容詞, 3.人称代名詞、 Etre, avoirの直説法現在と形容詞, 4.第1群規則動詞と基本文型, 5.前置詞 と第2群規則動詞の直説法現, 6.正式の疑問文、形容詞と疑問副詞, 7.非人称構文と形容詞, 8.比較級と最上級, 9.直説法複合過法、関係代名詞と指示代名詞, 10.代名動詞の複合過法と受動態, 11.代名詞と前置詞 , 12.未来、現在分詞とジェロンデイフ, 13.時制の照応と関係代名詞, 14.不定法複合形と現在名詞複合形, 15.所有代名詞 、疑問代名詞 とまとめ 

2021/4/01 - 2022/3/31 
2022  楽しいフランス語 

1. コース紹介と発音, 2.性、 数、冠詞と形容詞, 3.人称代名詞、 Etre, avoirの直説法現在と形容詞, 4.第1群規則動詞と基本文型, 5.前置詞 と第2群規則動詞の直説法現, 6.正式の疑問文、形容詞と疑問副詞, 7.非人称構文と形容詞, 8.比較級と最上級, 9.直説法複合過法、関係代名詞と指示代名詞, 10.代名動詞の複合過法と受動態, 11.代名詞と前置詞 , 12.未来、現在分詞とジェロンデイフ, 13.時制の照応と関係代名詞, 14.不定法複合形と現在名詞複合形, 15.所有代名詞 、疑問代名詞 とまとめ 

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