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The Positive Effects of the Cure Violence Model for Families and Children
April 25, 2019
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Author: Cure Violence Publication Date: October 2015 Summary: The Cure Violence Model is an evidence-based, epidemic reversal approach to reducing violence that applies the same techniques used to stop other epidemics such as HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis. Community health workers are hired from the community and chosen for their access and credibility among the highest risk population. […]

Shared Security, Shared Elections: Best practices for the prevention of electoral violence
April 24, 2019
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Author: American Friends Service Committee Publication Date: July 2018 Summary: What are the major causes of electoral violence? What have proven to be the most effective means of preventing such violence? With several recent notable cases of violent elections, understanding the dynamics around electoral violence has become increasingly important in improving the quality of democracy around […]

Context, Conflict, and Do No Harm Analysis Worksheet

Author: Mercy Corps Summary: Mercy Corps’ Context, Conflict, and Do No Harm Analysis Worksheet is used to 1) analyze the context, including conflict dynamics that affect male and female adults and youth, and 2) explore the possible impact of an intervention to help people (disaggregated by sex and age) within those context and conflict dynamics. […]

Key Soft Skills for Cross-Sectoral Youth Outcomes
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September 5, 2017
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Author: USAID under YouthPower Action Publication Date: November 2016 Description: Despite growing interest in this topic, however, there is no clear consensus about which soft skills are likely to produce the greatest benefit to youth and to what extent these skills are similar or different across key outcome areas. This report aims to identify the core […]

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