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

Reimagining American Democracy: Discussion Series (2021)

A discussion series for all who believe in the future and promise of American democracy. Join Freedom House, the National Center for Civil and Human Rights, the George W. Bush Institute, and Issue One for 360° conversations that are forward-thinking and dedicated to one of the...

Freedom House

Analysis, Multimedia

ADVANCED, BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 06/10/2021

Nations in Transit: The Antidemocratic Turn (2021)

Attacks on democratic institutions are spreading faster than ever in Europe and Eurasia, and coalescing into a challenge to democracy itself. Incumbent leaders and ruling parties are corrupting governance and spreading antidemocratic practices across the region that stretches from Central Europe to...

Zselyke Csaky; Freedom House

Analysis, Report

BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 06/10/2021

Citizen-led data journalism from Brazil’s favelas fills historical information gap (2021)

Outside the hustle and bustle of Brazil’s tourist hotspot, Rio de Janeiro, over 130 000 people call the sprawling Maré favela of Rio home. Favelas are considered to be the slums or low-income informal areas of Brazil. They have been historically neglected by the government, leaving...

Kathryn Cleary; Internews

Report

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

Making adaptive management work (2020)

Overview “Adaptive management” has become a catchphrase that encapsulates a diverse range of concepts, processes and goals. At its heart is the simple exhortation to adjust a project’s strategy to maximize the realization of results given the dynamism of most operating environments....

Pact

Multimedia

BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 06/10/2021

Adaptive management: A practical guide to mitigating uncertainty and advancing evidence-based programming (2020)

Overview Pact’s Adaptive Management Guide provides practical guidance to development practitioners globally on the mindsets, behaviors, resources, and processes that underpin an effective adaptive management system. It presents an approach to managing adaptively that is rooted in complexity analysis and program theory....

Pact

Report, Tools and Templates

BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 06/10/2021

Ethiopia: Partnership for early action (2021)

Overview Pact, with the Ethiopian Federal Government Ministry of Peace, set up a pilot on conflict early warning and rapid response system in three regions, five zones, twelve woredas and sixty kebeles. The pathway to early action in Ethiopian Conflict Early Warning and...

Pact

Evaluation, Tools and Templates

BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 06/10/2021

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

During the month of June, DME for Peace will be partnering with the Institute for Economics & Peace (IEP) to showcase their work and the launch of their 14th annual Global Peace Index.   What to Expect Featured Blog - published on DME...

IEP & DME for Peace

Analysis, Blog, Report, Uncategorized

ADVANCED, BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 06/03/2021

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

What is next for DME for Peace? Help us decide!

We are in the beginning stages of a redevelopment of DME for Peace and your insights would be invaluable! This redevelopment is being guided by the concept of "access with ownership" - we want to provide a global platform that provides practitioners...

DME for Peace

Blog, Multimedia, Uncategorized

ADVANCED, BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 04/07/2021

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