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Bringing the New York Declaration to Life – Applying the Comprehensive Refugee Response Framework (CRRF)
February 27, 2018

Author: United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) Publication Date: June 2017 Description: The New York Declaration for Refugees and Migrants (New York Declaration), which was adopted unanimously by the United Nations General Assembly on 19 September 2016, is aimed at improving the way in which the international community responds to large movements of refugees […]

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 […]

Webinar 3 – USAID Conflict Assessment Framework (CAF) 2.0 – Application and Lessons Learned from the Field
April 29, 2016

Webinar Date and Time: May 18 at 3:30PM EST. Click here to view the recording. Webinar Summary: In September 2015, USAID’s Office of Conflict Management and Mitigation (CMM) conducted a rapid conflict assessment in Uganda to inform the development of a new USAID Mission strategy on the ground. Over a two week period, the assessment […]

Conflict Analysis Framework
December 28, 2015

Author: World Bank Publication Date: April 2005 Description: Working through CAF would help a team identify and analyze the key factors that impact conflict and their links with poverty, to determine how they best can be addressed through Bank assistance. A first step for a team is to ascertain whether or not a country should […]

Conflict Analysis Framework: Field Guidelines and Procedures
December 23, 2015

Author: CDA Publication Date: May 2012 Description: This document represents a framework and associated practical guidelines for conflict analysis that various organizations, including GPPAC regions, can adapt, revise and localize to fit their respective conflict contexts and organizational needs. A previous draft was tested in the field—and we expect that this draft that will be further tested and refined. To […]

Making Sense of Turbulent Contexts

Author: World Vision Publication Date: 2015 Description: A troubling participation gap exists within conflict analysis as currently practised. Understanding conflict is critical to aid planning, yet large-scope analyses are dominated all too often by external ‘experts’. Local voices and local knowledge, which are essential to understanding the true causes of conflict, are not adequately reflected […]

Checklist for Conflict Sensitivity in Education
December 22, 2015

Author: USAID Publication Date: November 2013 Description: The Checklist offers a practical framework for analyzing the operational and technical aspects of education programs. This ensures the reduction of conflict and tensions, which promotes equity and social cohesion and builds peace. With this Checklist, USAID expects Missions to develop and maintain a deeper, context- specific understanding […]

Conflict Assessment Framework 2.0
October 22, 2015

Author: USAID Publication Date: June 2012 Description: The CAF 2.0 represents USAID’s unique methodological approach for implementing a conflict assessment to help its USAID Missions and operating units better evaluate the risks for armed conflict, the peace and security goals that are most important in a given country context, how existing development programs interact with […]

Electoral Security Framework: Technical Guidance Handbook for Democracy and Governance Officers

Author: USAID Publication Date: July 2010 Description: The Framework is a diagnostic instrument that profiles electoral conflict for the development of program strategies and activities to prevent, manage or mediate this conflict. This Handbook is organized around the following Framework components: 1) Electoral Security Assessment; 2) Electoral Security Planning; 3) Electoral Security Programming; and 4) Monitoring […]

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