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Webinar 12: USAID YouthPower Tools for Positive Youth Development and Peacebuilding
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September 5, 2017
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Webinar Date and Time: September 20, 2017 at 3:00 EST. The webinar recording will be posted shortly. Webinar Description: Positive Youth Development is a guiding principle of USAID’s Youth in Development Policy. Both a philosophy and an approach, it emphasizes the importance of young people having the knowledge and skills they need, the opportunity to harness those […]

Mapping a Sector: Bridging the Evidence Gap on Youth-Driven Peacebuilding
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September 5, 2017
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Author: The United Network of Young (UNOY) Peacebuilders, Search for Common Ground (SFCG) Publication Date: 2017 Description: To gather evidence and recommend effective responses, the United Nations Secretary-General has commissioned a Progress Study at the request of the Security Council. The Global Survey on Youth, Peace and Security was developed in 2016 as a contribution to this study. Its […]

Youth Global Programme for Sustainable Development & Peace: YOUTH-GPS | 2016-2020

Author: UNDP Publication Date: July 2016 Description: The Youth Global Programme for Sustainable Development and Peace (“Youth-GPS,” 2016-2020) is UNDP’s first global programmatic offer for youth empowerment for sustainable development and peace. The project aims to systematically foster youth empowerment where UNDP has a presence by significantly boosting the implementation of UNDP’s Youth Strategy 2014-2017 (itself aligned with UNDP’s […]

Young People’s Participation in Peacebuilding: A Practice Note
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September 5, 2017
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Author: Inter-Agency Network on Youth Development Working Group on Youth and Peacebuilding with support from PeaceNexus Foundation Publication Date: January 2016 Description: The primary objective of this Practice Note is to inform policymakers and donors of key strategic and programming considerations for supporting young people’s participation to peacebuilding. Specifically, this note has been developed to: offer evidence-based, promising practices […]

Webinar 11: Taking Conflict Sensitivity to the Next Level

Webinar Date and Time: May 17, 2017 at 10:00 EST. You can view the webinar here. 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 […]

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. […]

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 […]

Embedding Conflict Sensitivity: The Ability of Uganda’s Peace, Recovery and Development Plan Districts to Adopt a Conflict-Sensitive Approach to Development

Author: Saferworld Description: The Government of Uganda’s (GoU) Peace, Recovery and Development Plan (PRDP) is the overarching framework for addressing Northern Uganda’s post-conflict needs. Conflict analysis and monitoring and conflict sensitivity are priorities for the second phase of the PRDP. Identified by the GoU and development partners alike, district officials are the linchpins in regional and local […]

Promoting Conflict Sensitivity Amongst Donor Agencies

Author: Conflict Sensitivity Consortium Publication Date: April 2012 Description: This paper lays out the case for a renewed focus on conflict sensitivity by donor agencies. It presents recommendations for how donors can integrate conflict sensitivity into their own systems and processes, as well as how they can promote conflict sensitivity in their implementing partners. The paper is intended […]

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