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5 tips for gender-sensitive online consultations (2021)

The outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic has drastically impacted peacebuilding approaches and accelerated the shift towards digital consultation. In many situations, face-to-face has been replaced by online engagement. While this has clearly enabled vital work to continue during the pandemic,...

International Alert

Tools and Templates

BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 07/13/2021

USAID/Guatemala peacebuilding project impact evaluation (2020)

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY USAID/Guatemala’s Peacebuilding Project (locally branded as Proyecto Tejiendo Paz, hereafter TP) seeks to reduce social conflict and violence, increase social cohesion and trust, and contribute to peacebuilding in the Western Highlands Region. The project relies on inclusive, community-led engagement, dialogue,...

Alex D. Hughes, Micah Gell-Redman, Luis A. Camacho; USAID

Evaluation

BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 07/08/2021

Mass Incarceration and The Future: An Urgent Need to Address the Human Rights Implications of Criminal Background Checks and the Future of Artificial Intelligence

Between 70 and 100 million Americans—one in three— currently live with a criminal record. This number is expected to rise above 100 million by the year 2030. The criminal justice system in the U.S. has over-incarcerated its citizen base; we have 5%...

Teresa Y. Hodge & Laurin Leonard; Carr Center for Human Rights Policy

Analysis, Report

BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 07/06/2021

Autonomous Weapon Systems and International Humanitarian Law: Identifying Limits and the Required Type and Degree of Human–Machine Interaction (2021)

Summary Compliance with international humanitarian law (IHL) is recognized as a critical benchmark for assessing the acceptability of autonomous weapon systems (AWS). However, in certain key respects, how and to what extent existing IHL rules provide limits on the development and use...

Dr Vincent Boulanin, Netta Goussac and Laura Bruun; Stockholm International Peace Research Institute

Analysis, Report

ADVANCED, INTERMEDIATE

Created 07/06/2021

Social media in peace mediation: a practical framework (2021)

Social media has an increasing impact on efforts to prevent, manage and resolve conflicts. To understand the nature of this impact, the DPPA Mediation Support Unit and swisspeace teamed up and organized a series of workshops and focus group meetings with mediation practitioners, researchers, technology experts...

David Lanz, Ahmed Eleiba, Enrico Formica, Camino Kavanagh; Swiss Peace Foundation / UN Department of Political and Peacebuilding Affairs

Analysis, Report

BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 07/06/2021

Governance, Crime, and Conflict Initiative Evidence Wrap-up (2021)

How can RCTs help us reduce violence and conflict? 2021 Update In 2017, the UK’s Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office challenged J-PAL and Innovations for Poverty Action (IPA) to expand the evidence base on effective conflict and violence prevention programs. This resulted...

J-PAL

Analysis, Evaluation

BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 06/25/2021

Supporting access to justice, fostering peace and equity (SAFE) program (2018)

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The Supporting Access to Justice, Fostering Peace and Equity (SAFE) program, a $15 million Activity, was implemented from 2012 to 2017 by the National Center for State Courts (NCSC) in partnership with Search for Common Ground and its consortium partners...

Rose Azuba – Team Leader, Abby Sebina-Zziwa, Joseph Muhumuza, Katherine Vittum

Evaluation, Report

ADVANCED, INTERMEDIATE

Created 06/21/2021

End-Term Performance Evaluation of the Mitigating Xenophobic Violence Activity in South Africa (2018)

ABSTRACT The "Mitigating Xenophobic Violence" (MXV) activity was a 23 month (January 2016-November 2017), $4.2 million activity to identify local conflict drivers and improve accountability for government social service delivery to mitigate the outbreak of violence. It was supported by USAID Southern...

Zumrat Salmorbekova, Elaine Venter, Mathias Kjaer Patala, Nokulunga

Evaluation, Report

ADVANCED, INTERMEDIATE

Created 06/21/2021

Inclusion for peace activity performance evaluation: final evaluation report (2021)

ABSTRACT The IPA’s objective is to promote the social and economic inclusion of ethnic communities affected by the conflict in nine departments and 21 municipalities of the country. The IPA’s approach aims to: • Improve the capacities of the government and civil...

Manuel Fernando Castro, Bibiana Quiroga, Sonia Rodríguez, Alejandro Espitia, Mauricio Aguilar, Juana Oberlaender, María Angélica Sarmiento, Óscar Quiroz, & Camila Chavarría

Evaluation, Report

ADVANCED, INTERMEDIATE

Created 06/21/2021

Reconciliation for peace in South Sudan: evaluation report (2019)

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY This evaluation report presents the findings from nearly six weeks of field research and two weeks of desk-based work from a team of three experts on South Sudan. Guided by United States Agency for International Development (USAID), the team considered...

USAID

Evaluation, Report

ADVANCED, INTERMEDIATE

Created 06/21/2021

Understanding Religious Identity & Peacebuilding in the People-to-People Reconciliation Fund Program – Final Report (2019)

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Bureau for Democracy, Conflict, and Humanitarian Assistance, Office of Conflict Management and Mitigation (DCHA/CMM) undertook a thematic evaluation of four people-to-people (P2P) peacebuilding activities that engaged conflicting groups whose differences include religious...

Coeli Barry, Hippolyt Pul

Evaluation, Report

ADVANCED, INTERMEDIATE

Created 06/17/2021

Summary report on general principles for monitoring & evaluating COVID-19 prevention projects (2020)

What is the difference between monitoring and evaluation? This resource covers monitoring and evaluation (M&E) principles and practical ways of applying these to hygiene during COVID-19 response. We provide some general principles for how to understand whether your project is having an...

Matthew Freeman; Hygiene Hub

Analysis, Report

BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 06/17/2021