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Getting “Do No Harm” to Stick: Successes, Failures, and Varied Approaches (2019)

This summary of lessons draws from several decades of CDA Collaborative Learning Projects’ efforts to diffuse the Do No Harm (DNH) Framework as widely as possible and to support its application and integration by humanitarian and development actors. This brief paper recounts...

Peter Woodrow and Isabella Jean, CDA Collaborative Learning, Peacebuilding Evaluation Consortium

Analysis

BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 04/20/2020

The Shari’ah in Somalia: The Expanding Access to Justice Program in Somalia (March 2020)

Over the past two decades, justice sector development has undergone an enormous transformation. The community of practice has broadly accepted that most ‘top-down’ approaches to reform have been unsuccessful at improving institutional functionality or access to justice for marginalized or vulnerable populations....

Expanding Access to Justice Program (USAID, PACT & ABA Rule of Law Initiative)

Analysis, Evaluation Reports

ADVANCED, INTERMEDIATE

Created 03/30/2020

Freedom in the World 2020: A Leaderless Struggle for Democracy

Democracy and pluralism are under assault. Dictators are toiling to stamp out the last vestiges of domestic dissent and spread their harmful influence to new corners of the world. At the same time, many freely elected leaders are dramatically narrowing their concerns...

Sarah Repucci, Freedom House

Analysis, Blog, Monitoring

ADVANCED, BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 03/04/2020

Key Lessons: How to Engage Mining Companies to Transform Conflicts Related to their Operations

Over the past eight years, Search for Common Ground (Search) has been working with the mining sector to establish sustainable business practices, in Tanzania, Guinea and Madagascar. As such, Search has collaborated with Acacia Mining (owned by Barrick Gold) in Tanzania since...

Search for Common Ground

Analysis, Case Studies

Created 01/24/2020

External Evaluation: Search for Common Ground Tanzania’s Sustainable Business Practices (2019)

In Tanzania, Search for Common Ground (Search) has been operational since 2011, working to promote gender equality and good governance, encourage greater objectivity in the media and overcome differences that divide Tanzanians, including those who live around extractive industries, improving relationships between...

Search for Common Ground Tanzania & NVM Consulting

Evaluation Reports

Created 01/24/2020

An Introduction to Religious Pluralism in Sri Lanka (2020)

Sri Lanka's diverse social fabric is made up of different ethnic, religious, linguistic, and cultural groups. There is a very clear distinction between different ethnic groups; Buddhism is the religion practiced by a majority of the country’s Sinhala population, a larger portion of...

Internews

Analysis, Case Studies, Tools and Templates

ADVANCED, BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 01/20/2020

Final evaluation: building resilient communities in Fiji project (2019)

This report presents the independent evaluation of the USAID funded Building Resilient Communities in Fiji (BRCF) project. The evaluation was conducted between September-October 2019 by a three-member evaluation team. The purpose of this evaluation was to identify to what degree the intended...

International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC)

Analysis, Evaluation Reports

ADVANCED, BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 01/19/2020

Migrants caught in crises: contexts, responses, and innovation

The situations of people who have moved from their countries of origin only to find themselves caught in a crisis that threatens their security and ability to thrive are of growing concern to the international community. While crises affect both nationals and...

Samuel Hall, Coventry University

Analysis

BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 01/18/2020

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Freedom House, the American Bar Association, Internews, Pact, and Search for Common Ground formed the “Protecting Global Rights through Sustainable Solutions” Consortium (PROGRESS) to implement the Human Rights Support Mechanism (HRSM). The Human Rights Hub is supported by the work of the PROGRESS consortium. With more than 150 years of collective experience successfully implementing hundreds of human rights projects in over 100 countries, the PROGRESS consortium combines deep substantive expertise with a wealth of experience in practical application. HRSM is a USAID funded, five-year leader with associates (LWA) cooperative agreement aimed at implementing USAID’s Democracy, Human Rights and Governance (DRG) Strategy, specifically objective #3: Protect and promote universally recognized human rights. This site was made possible with the generous support of the American People through USAID. The contents are the responsibility of PROGRESS and do not necessarily reflect the views of USAID or the United States.