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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

(Visual Summary) Outcome Harvesting: More than a Contingency Plan

These are visual summaries about outcome harvesting, which are based on the the blog written by Chhavi Kotwani of Search for Common Ground. These visual summaries will give you the main ideas and lessons learned in a quicker and more digestible way. If...

Chhavi Kotwani & Alisa Arata, Search for Common Ground

Multimedia, Uncategorized

ADVANCED, BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 04/05/2021

(Visual Summary) Outcome Harvesting: Best Practices for Learning & Reflection

These are visual summaries about outcome harvesting, which are based on the the blog written by Chhavi Kotwani of Search for Common Ground. These visual summaries will give you the main ideas and lessons learned in a quicker and more digestible way....

Chhavi Kotwani & Alisa Arata, Search for Common Ground

Multimedia, Uncategorized

ADVANCED, BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 04/05/2021

Top “Timeless” How-to Resources

These are the top "how-to" resources that our community keeps revisiting throughout the years. That is why we have given these always popular resources the title of “timeless”. We have collected them all in one place for your convenience! A Guide to...

DME for Peace

Blog, How-to

ADVANCED, BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 03/18/2021

Top 5 “Timeless” Tools & Toolkits

These are the top 5 (okay, there are actually 7 but that didn't have the same ring to it...) tools and toolkits that our community keeps revisiting throughout the years. That is why we have given these always popular resources the title...

DME for Peace

Blog, Tools and Templates

ADVANCED, BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 03/18/2021

Top 5 Blog Posts: 2015 – Now

Don't know which of our many blog posts to read first? Start here - these are 5 of the most read blog posts on DME for Peace in the past 5 years. The PEC Data Visualizations Series (By: the PEC Consortium/DME for...

DME for Peace

Blog

ADVANCED, BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 03/18/2021

Overall Top 5 “Timeless” Resources

These are the overall top 5 resources that our community keeps coming back to over the years. That is why we have given these always popular resources the title of "timeless". They are now gathered all in one place for easy access...

DME for Peace

Blog, How-to, Tools and Templates

ADVANCED, BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 03/18/2021

The Politics of the COVID-19 Pandemic in Syria

“Local Voices at a Crossroads” is an article series in which local actors of everyday peace share their insights into the fragilities and resilience of their societies in the face of conflict. Grassroots societies lie at the crossroads between local realities and...

Juline Beaujouan, Eyas Ghreiz and Abdulah El hafi for CSPPS

Blog

BEGINNER

Created 03/17/2021

“More support for youth” open letter from peacebuilding organizations

In an open letter, we call on US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken to announce both short and long-term measures to support the fundamental human rights of young people. We ask that the importance of young people’s contributions to peace and security be recognized and supported through meaningful policy change.  It is estimated that 408 million young people live in areas affected by...

PeaceDirect

Blog

BEGINNER

Created 03/17/2021

Just How Do Deaths Due to COVID-19 Stack Up?

COVID-19 is the leading cause of death in France, England, Mexico, and Brazil, and the second leading cause in the U.S. ince the World Health Organization declared a pandemic one year ago, COVID-19 has killed around three million people, including more than...

Christopher Troeger with Think Global Health

Analysis

BEGINNER

Created 03/17/2021

Which color scale to use when visualizing data

When visualizing data, you’re almost always working with color – e.g., with different hues (red, yellow, blue) for categories or color gradients (light blue, medium blue, dark blue) for maps. If you use them to visualize data, hue palettes and gradients become...

Lisa Charlotte Rost for Datawrapper

How-to

INTERMEDIATE

Created 03/17/2021

Pastoralism & Conflict: Digital Toolkit

This digital toolkit aims to provide guidance on how to design interventions to prevent or resolve conflict related to cross-border pastoralism, with a focus on the Sudano-Sahel region. It is here to help users design interventions to fit the needs of their...

Search for Common Ground

How-to, Tools and Templates

ADVANCED, BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 03/16/2021