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Describing the Indescribable

Can we describe an organic development process in a programmatic way, using specific instruments and tools? Around 2007, the term Shared Societies became associated with a specific concept of a society that would be fair and work for the wellbeing of everyone...

Dr. Clem McCartney, Independent Research Consultant & Policy/Content Co-ordinator of the Shared Societies Project

Blog

ADVANCED, BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 07/19/2021

World less peaceful as civil unrest and political instability increases due to COVID-19 pandemic

June 2021 -- This blog celebrates the launch of the 15th edition of the Global Peace Index from the international think-tank the Institute for Economics & Peace (IEP). Key Results Civil unrest rose globally by 10%, with Belarus recording the largest deterioration....

Institute of Economics & Peace (IEP)

Analysis, Blog, Monitoring

Created 06/17/2021

Covid-19 and reflections for participatory research (2020)

Interacting online has not been nearly as bad as many participatory researchers feared. It remains second best to face-to-face practice without question but there have been unexpected benefits and opportunities. As we are all considering how we will build back better post-Covid, for participatory...

Joanna Howard, Tony Roberts; Institute of Development Studies

Blog

BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 06/16/2021

Dr. Bikketi on Adapting to COVID-19 in Kenya | Includovate (2020)

This blog interviews Dr. Edward Bikketi, a full-time researcher at Includovate in response to COVID-19 in Kenya. Where Do You Live, and What Is the Government's Response to COVID-19 in Kenya? I live in Nairobi, Kenya. The government response to the COVID-19 pandemic is serious as they...

Includovate

Blog

BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 06/15/2021

The perks of remote documentation (2020)

In the latest in our series of blog posts from researchers about the effects the COVID-19 pandemic is having on their research, Sairana Ahsan, a public health professional in Bangladesh, discusses the challenges of remote data collection. Shubho Shondhya (Good evening in Bengali)! I,...

Sairana Ahsan; AuthorAID

Blog

BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 06/15/2021

How Insider Mediators are Building Resilient Communities in Yemen Communities

HOW INSIDER MEDIATORS ARE BUILDING RESILIENT COMMUNITIES IN “THE WORLD’S WORST HUMANITARIAN CRISIS” In Yemen, nearly 24 million people are in need of humanitarian support or urgent protection. Years of violent conflict have taken a dire toll, with thousands of civilian casualties,...

Search for Common Ground Yemen

Blog, Case Studies

BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 06/10/2021

The facts: How climate change affects people living in poverty (2021)

Around the world, people are experiencing both the subtle and stark effects of climate change. Gradually shifting weather patterns, rising sea levels and more extreme weather events are devastating evidence of both a rapidly changing climate and an urgent need for solutions....

Mercy Corps

Blog, Report

Created 06/10/2021

Building climate resilience one harvest at a time (2021)

Farmers in the far west region of Nepal had been grappling with how to deal with the impact of climate change, natural disasters, and maintaining their livelihoods. Year after year, water rose from nearby rivers and wiped out crops and livestock, forcing...

Yoko Okura; Mercy Corps

Blog, Report

BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 06/10/2021

Future Trends in Global Peace | June 2021 with the Institute for Economics & Peace

During the month of June 2021, DME for Peace partnered with the Institute for Economics & Peace (IEP) to showcase their work and highlight the launch of the 15th annual Global Peace Index.   Featured Resources Global Peace Index 2021 Featured Blog...

IEP & DME for Peace

Analysis, Blog, Report, Uncategorized

ADVANCED, BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 06/03/2021

Join the Conflict Early Warning/Early Action Practitioners Workshop – May 2021

Have you registered yet?  Conflict Early Warning/Early Action Practitioners Workshop More than 30 sessions discussing innovative utilization of data, models, apps, and hubs for conflict early warning and prevention Hands-on skills workshops And much more - AGENDA COMING SOON! REGISTER NOW FOR THE...

NYU Center on International Cooperation

Blog, Multimedia, Uncategorized

ADVANCED, BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 05/06/2021

Tea Time with Stopping As Success: A Conversation on Responsible Transitions

Join the conversation on what transformation in development really takes! If you missed the live event, enjoy the recording below.   [embed]https://youtu.be/Qc1j-4EwDAQ[/embed] This conversation drew on Stopping As Success’ case studies, and their recent book, as examples of how development can be done differently....

DME for Peace, Stopping As Success Consortium

Blog, Case Studies, Multimedia

ADVANCED, BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 04/28/2021

Some Resources for your #EarthDay 2021

Here are some #EarthDay related resources that you can find throughout our Resource Library. This by no means an exhaustive list, so we encourage you to continue to explore all of the resources on DME for peace. Regardless, this is a good...

DME for Peace

Blog, Multimedia, Report, Tools and Templates

BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 04/22/2021