Conflict Sensitive Approaches to Development, Humanitarian Assistance and Peacebuilding
The Resource Pack is organised in stand-alone units that can be read on their own or part of the whole. To download the full Resource Pack click here: Conflict Sensitive Approaches to Development, Humanitarian Assistance and Peacebuilding Resource Pack
Overview of the Resource Pack
Introduction to the Resource Pack
Chapter 1: An introduction to conflict-sensitive approaches to development, humanitarian assistance and peacebuilding which provides an operational definition of conflict sensitivity and related principles. It situates conflict sensitivity within the current debates in the fields of development, humanitarian assistance and peacebuilding.
Chapter 2: Conflict analysis describes what is, in effect, the central component of conflict sensitivity. Building on a compendium of tools and the lessons learned from their application, the chapter presents key elements of conflict analysis, and guidance on how to undertake it.
Chapter 3: Applying conflict sensitivity at project and programme level defines the project cycle, linking the conflict analysis to each constituent step of planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation. The chapter describes how to undertake each step in a conflict-sensitive fashion, and the major challenges faced in doing so.
It is composed of three modules:
- Conflict sensitive planning
- Conflict sensitive implementation
- Conflict sensitive monitoring and evaluation
Chapter 4: This chapter integrates conflict sensitivity into sectoral approaches, defines sector-wide approaches, and presents a framework for integrating conflict sensitivity into the programming cycle.
Chapter 5: This chapter on institutional capacity building for conflict sensitivity recommends processes and strategies for mainstreaming conflict sensitivity in implementing organisations and their partners.
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