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Gender-sensitive conflict analysis: a facilitation guide

Gender-sensitive conflict analysis is a starting point that enables peacebuilding organisations to understand how gender inequality fuels conflict and discrimination, exclusionary politics and violence against marginalised groups in society. It also highlights how different types of violence are used to maintain power...

Saferworld

How-to, Tools and Templates

BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 11/26/2020

The Common Ground Approach to Religious Engagement Toolkit

Religion has the power to be both a force for peace and a weapon of war. Most religious actors want to be part of a solution to conflict rather than part of the problem. We are excited to introduce our new training...

Search for Common Ground

How-to, Tools and Templates

ADVANCED, BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 11/23/2020

The ‘how’ of shifting power: Transformation in the context of responsible transition processes

In 2020, the world has gone through two critical reckonings: A global pandemic and a movement for racial justice now connected around the world. The development sector has been uniquely impacted  as both forces intersect. It’s undeniable that COVID-19 has completely transformed...

Grace Boone & Ruth Rhoads Allen, CDA Collaborative Learning

Blog

ADVANCED, BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 11/23/2020

COVID-19, conflict and aid in South Sudan

  As the aid sector in South Sudan shifts rapidly to prepare for and respond to the impact of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in the country, Natalia Chan and Tim Midgley reflect on the need to ensure humanitarian responses take into account...

Natalia Chan and Tim Midgley

Blog

BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 11/16/2020

COVID-19 in Fragile Contexts: Reaching Breaking Point

Even before COVID-19, myriad challenges including hunger, extreme weather events, violent conflicts, and poor governance were already holding fragile places back. Now, those challenges make fragile contexts particularly vulnerable to the impacts of the pandemic. As a result, prioritising fragile and conflict-affected states...

Mercy Corps

Analysis, Evaluation Reports

BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 11/16/2020

Adopting a Sustaining Peace Lens to the COVID-19 Response

COVID-19 is creating a series of crises that increase the risk of conflict worldwide. Beyond the health impact, issues like worsening inequality, food insecurity, human rights abuses, and political tensions can deepen pre-existing social fractures in any country, creating additional layers of...

Céline Monnier

Analysis, Evaluation Reports

BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 11/13/2020

Principles of Protection for Migrants, Refugees, and Displaced People During COVID-19

A group of human rights experts, including CIC's Leah Zamore, co-drafted the below statement outlining 14 human rights principles for protecting migrants, refugees, and other displaced persons during and after COVID-19. The principles, which over a thousand legal scholars have signed since late April,...

Center on International Cooperation

Analysis

BEGINNER

Created 11/13/2020

Do or Die: COVID-19 and Imprisonment in Syria

The COVID-19 pandemic poses a dire risk to the tens of thousands of people imprisoned in Syria’s archipelago of prisons and detention facilities, many in conditions so ghastly that they constitute crimes against humanity. These facilities function as overcrowded torture chambers by...

Hanny Megally , Leah Zamore, Tayseer Alkarim

Analysis, Evaluation Reports

BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 11/13/2020

Coping with COVID-19 and Conflict in Afghanistan

Afghanistan faces many hurdles in coping with the COVID-19 pandemic: a prolonged armed conflict, a lack of social protection systems, limited healthcare capacity, and insufficient preparedness and coordination mechanisms. The Afghan government has developed a response plan and secured aid from international...

Said Sabir Ibrahimi

Analysis, Evaluation Reports

BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 11/13/2020

Four Lessons for Cease-fires in the Age of COVID

The pandemic has reinforced key insights on achieving humanitarian cease-fires and brought new challenges to the fore. During his opening remarks at the 75th U.N. General Assembly, Secretary-General António Guterres renewed his appeal for a global humanitarian cease-fire, urging the international community...

Amanda Long; Tyler Beckelman

Analysis

BEGINNER

Created 11/13/2020

Searching for COVID-19 Ceasefires: Conflict Zone Impacts, Needs, and Opportunities

On March 23, 2020, as COVID-19 was first appearing in many conflict-affected areas, U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres issued a call for warring parties to cease hostilities and instead wage battle against the pandemic. Drawing on an examination of conflicts in Afghanistan, Colombia,...

Tyler Jess Thompson

Analysis

BEGINNER

Created 11/13/2020

Conflict Prevention in the COVID Era: Why the U.S. Cannot Afford to Go it Alone

Deepening U.S. partnerships on the ground in fragile states is key to achieving results amid a new global risk landscape. As the United States and other international actors assess the wreckage reaped by the coronavirus pandemic around the world, estimates are that...

Corinne Graff; Laura E. Bailey

Analysis

BEGINNER

Created 11/13/2020