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Webinar 15: Trauma-Informed Conflict Transformation

Webinar Date and Time: December 20, 2017 at 1:00 EST. Click here to view the webinar recording. Webinar Description: Trauma, and the effects of trauma, have been largely overlooked when addressing long-term conflict. There is increasing evidence that trauma-informed approaches result in greater social, economic and political stability. Angi Yoder-Maina and Belkys López from the […]

Webinar 11: Taking Conflict Sensitivity to the Next Level

Webinar Date and Time: May 17, 2017 at 10:00 EST. Click here to watch the webinar. Webinar Description: In 2014, swisspeace organized a Conflict Sensitivity Expert Retreat to reflect on key achievements and discuss failures in implementing larger conflict sensitivity practices in the field. The process laid the foundation for the emergence of a community of practice, the Conflict Sensitivity […]

Webinar 10: Aid in War Zones: How to Run Conflict Sensitive Humanitarian Responses

Webinar Date and Time: April 12, 2017 at 10:00 EST. Click here to watch the webinar. Webinar Description: How can humanitarian responders be more politically aware and sensitive to conflict dynamics? How can NGOs help transform conflict into positive change and contribute to sustainable peace and inclusive security? This webinar answers these questions and bridges […]

Do No Harm Workshop: Trainer and Participant Manuals

Author: CDA Collaborative Learning Projects Publication Date: 2016 Description: This manual is intended for DNH Trainers of all levels. It is meant to help trainers begin the process of working with workshop hosts and participants to tailor the content, type and style of the workshop. This manual provides all the content for a DNH workshop of any duration. […]

Conflict Sensitivity: Meta-Trends Analysis

Authors: CDA Collaborative Learning Projects, World Vision International Publication Date: 2017 Description: This paper attempts to address three key questions. 1. What general trends in conflict dynamics can be identified in the contexts in which World Vision works? 2. What general patterns can be identified in how World Vision programs interact with conflict contexts? From WV […]

Webinar 9: Conflict Sensitivity in Remote Programming

Webinar Date and Time: March 15, 2017 at 10:30 EST. Click here to watch the webinar. Webinar Summary: Lesley McCulloch and Anthony Foreman from Peaceful Change Initiative (PCi) shared key findings of a new PCi report on the challenges, opportunities and lessons learned of mainstreaming conflict sensitivity in remote programming contexts such as Syria and Libya. […]

Conflict Diagnostic Considerations for Food for Peace

Author: USAID Publication Date: September 21, 2016 Description: This document first outlines for the Office of Food for Peace (FFP) the key areas where conflict sensitivity is particularly challenging and provides recommended diagnostic questions that can assist FFP and its implementers to avoid or mitigate these challenges throughout the program cycle. The following section then provides […]

3 Steps to Working in Fragile and Conflict-Affected Situations

Author: HELVETAS Swiss Intercooperation, Centre for Peacebuilding (KOFF) at Swisspeace Description: This Manual has been elaborated by HELVETAS Swiss Intercooperation and Swisspeace as a practical guidance for development practitioners in the field to learn how to (1) analyse and better understand the conflict context they are working in, (2) analyse the interaction of their project or […]

Conflict Sensitivity: Taking it to the Next Level
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Author: Swisspeace, CSC-Hub Publication Date: February 2016 Description: This special Working Paper on Conflict Sensitivity (CS) emerged as KOFF swisspeace hosted a three-day Conflict Sensitivity Expert Retreat from 30 September to 2 October 2014 in Oberhofen, Switzerland. The retreat brought together some 40 leading international experts in CS from think tanks, NGOs, universities and donor agencies aiming to […]

Can Mediation Do Harm? Conflict Sensitivity in International Peace Negotiations.

Author: Swisspeace Publication Date: April 2014 Description: While the concept of conflict sensitivity has been largely accepted in humanitarian and development aid and in peacebuilding, it remains widely neglected in international peace mediation. Most practitioners assume that a mediation process automatically has a positive impact on the wider conflict context. This assumption is, however, questioned by the fact […]

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