研究者詳細

教職員基本情報
氏名
Name
BOSAKAIBO,B. Georges ( ボサカイボ ボミノ ジョージ , BOSAKAIBO,Bomino Georges )
所属
Organization
総合政策学部総合政策学科
職名
Academic Title
講師
専攻分野
Area of specialization

国際開発、ガバナンス、行政と平和構築研究

学会活動
Academic societies

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

著書・学術論文数
No. of books/academic articles
学術論文数 articles (1)

出身学校
学校名
Univ.
卒業年月(日)
Date of Graduation
卒業区分
Graduation
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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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Date of Acquisition
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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学術論文
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Year
論文題目名
Title of the articles
共著区分
Collaboration
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掲載誌名 Journal name,出版機関名 Publishing organization,巻/号 Vol./no.,頁数 Page nos.,発行年月(日) Date
2016  Legal and Institutional Challenges in Forest Governance and their Implication in Local Communities’ Benefit from Logging in Mongala Province, DRC  未設定   
Asian Journal of African Studies  , Institut of African Studies, Hankuk University (Seoul, Korea)  , 第39巻1号  , pp. 125-157  , 2016年2月   

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
 

備考(Remarks)  

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

概要(Abstract) 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.

 

備考(Remarks)  

2016  Legal and Institutional Challenges in Forest Governance and their Implication in Local Communities’ Benefit from Logging in Mongala Province, DRC  未設定   
Asian Journal of African Studies  , Institute of African Studies, Hankuk University (Seoul, Korea)  , 第39巻1号  , pp. 125-157  , 2018年10月25-27日   

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
 

備考(Remarks)  

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研究発表
年度
Year
題目又はセッション名
Title or Name of Session
細目
Authorship
発表年月(日)
Date
発表学会等名称 Name, etc. of the conference at which the presentation is to be given, 主催者名称 Organizer, 掲載雑誌名等 Publishing Magazine,発行所 Publisher,巻/号 Vol./no.,頁数 Page nos.
2018  The Diaspora Recent Patriotic Awakening and Its Impact on Socio- Political Arena in DRC  未設定  2018年10月25-27日 
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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助成名称または科学研究費補助金研究種目名
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研究題目
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Role
助成団体
Granting body
助成金額
Grant amount
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? 
    40万 

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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教育活動
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Year
タイトル
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活動期間
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2019  楽しいフランス語 

このフランス語の講座では、学生は音声、発音および語彙を学ぶことができます。 文法の研究を通して言語の機能を理解することに特に重点が置かれます。 生徒は、聞き取り、読み書き、そして対話者と簡単な会話をすることを学ぶことを含む積極的なアプローチを通して言語の機能を理解するように導かれます。 

2019/4/1~2020/3/31 
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年度
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学術研究著書の件数
No. of Academic Books
学会誌・国際会議議事録等に掲載された学術論文の件数
No. of Academic Articles in Journals/Int'l Conference Papers
学内的な紀要等に掲載された学術論文の件数
No. of Academic Articles Pub'd in University Bulletins
学会受賞等の受賞件数
No. of Academic Awards Received
国際学会でのゲストスピーカーの件数
No. of Times as Guest Speaker at Int'l Academic Conferences
国際学会での研究発表の件数
No. of Presentations of Papers at Int'l Academic Conferences
国内学会でのゲストスピーカーの件数
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国内学会での研究発表の件数
No. of Papers Presented at National Academic Conf.
2018 
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2019/06/17 更新