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Webinar 29: Stabilization Lessons Learned from Sirte, Libya
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April 29, 2020
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Webinar Date and Time: Wednesday, May 13. Click here to view the webinar recording. Webinar Description: Sara Skahill, Senior Middle East and North Africa Regional Advisor supporting USAID’s Office of Transition Initiatives (OTI) through McFadden will tell the story of OTI’s 2017-2020 stabilization efforts in Sirte, Libya, which was the largest ISIS stronghold in the […]

Stabilization Assistance Review (SAR)
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April 28, 2020
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Author: The Department of State, U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), and Department of Defense (DoD) Publication Date: June 2018 Summary: The Department of State, the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and the Department of Defense (DoD) have reviewed the significant lessons learned from past stabilization efforts. The principles for effective stabilization have been […]

Building Stability Framework

Author: Department for International Development (DFID); International Alert Publication Date: January 2016 Summary: This framework provides evidence-based guidance about how UK aid can help build stability, to meet the commitments set out in the 2015 Strategic Defence & Security Review and the UK Aid Strategy. It describes how aid can best help communities, states, and […]

Pursuing Effective and Conflict Aware Stabilization: Framing and Constructing a Roadmap
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April 28, 2020
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Author: Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) Publication Date: January 2019 Summary: CSIS has embarked on a study to examine how to operationalize and build upon the SAR framework. This brief serves as a companion to a brief published in January 2019 which called for a clearer and contextualized definition of stabilization success and […]

The Effect of ‘Stabilization’ in the Mandates and Practice of UN Peace Operations

Author: Alexander Gilder Publication Date: March 2019 Summary: In the last decade UN peace operations have begun to explicitly seek ‘stabilization’ in the states to which they are deployed. Despite the term being included in the titles of four missions, three of which are amongst the four largest operations currently deployed, and stabilization activities being […]

Post-conflict Stabilization, Peacebuilding and Recovery Frameworks

Author: United Nations Publication Date: May 2013 Summary: This module describes the context in which flexible and responsive DDR programmes are designed and implemented as part of a larger strategy to build sustainable recovery and peace. It discusses the political, social, economic, and security dimensions of a post-conflict context in which there are many stakeholders […]

COVID-19 and Conflict Sensitivity

Author: Oxfam Publication Date: April 2020 Summary: Conflict sensitivity is a critical part of Oxfam’s commitment to safe programming, this guide can help staff teams identify and mitigate particular conflict risks as part of the COVID-19 humanitarian response as part of safe programming risk analysis and risk management processes. This guidance needs to be used […]

Conflict Sensitivity Considerations Relating to the COVID-19 Response in Libya

Author: Peaceful Change Initiative; Conflict Sensitive Assistance in Libya Forum Publication Date: March 2020 Summary: This brief note is intended to aid international assistance providers to strengthen the conflict sensitivity of their support to the COVID-19 response in Libya. The note identifies potential conflict sensitivity considerations that assistance planners and project staff should keep in mind as […]

COVID-19 and the Impact on Local Peacebuilding
April 20, 2020
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Author: Peace Direct; Humanity United; Conducive Space for Peace Publication Date: April 2020 Summary: As the impact of the global coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic grows, local peacebuilders continue working to help communities break through cycles of violent conflict. During the first week of April, Peace Direct and Conducive Space for Peace held a series of consultations asking local peacebuilders […]

Peace and Pandemics: How COVID-19 Will Impact Violence and What We Can do About It
April 19, 2020
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Author: Rachel Locke Publication Date: March 2020 Summary: As the world prepares for and responds to the direct health impacts of the COVID-19 coronavirus, those of us who work on reducing violence and preventing conflict are also bracing. The coronavirus pandemic is already producing knock-on effects for safety at the individual level, the community level, and – potentially […]

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