Conflict Sensitivity: Taking it to the Next Level
A working paper published by swisspeace.
Conflict Sensitive Approaches to Development, Humanitarian Assistance and Peacebuilding: Resource Pack
Conflict Sensitive Approaches to Development, Humanitarian Assistance and Peacebuilding: A Resource Pack is the product of a two-year process by a consortium of partner organisations. The goal was to identify, synthesise, complement and enable conflict-sensitive practice in the fields of development, humanitarian assistance and peacebuilding. This was undertaken primarily in Kenya, Uganda and Sri Lanka but also at the global policy level. The focus of the initiative was donors, governments, INGOs and local civil society organisations.
Conflict Analysis Tools, Resource Pack – Chapter 2 Read more
Applying Conflict Sensitivity in Emergency Response“ Current Practice and Ways Forward
Drawing on field research from Haiti, Pakistan and Sri Lanka, interviews with over 50 humanitarian professionals and a document review of aid agencies and sector-wide guidance and standards, this paper maps the current state of conflict-sensitive practice in emergencies. It identifies good practices which can be built upon, key gaps, and points out practical ways to integrate conflict sensitivity more strategically across the emergency programme cycle
Applying conflict sensitivity at project level case studies
The conflict sensitivity consortium undertook a series of case studies, exploring and documenting the impact of conflict sensitivity when applied at project level. These case studies consider questions including: What changes to the project resulted from conflict sensitivity? What changes to staff attitudes/behaviour resulted from conflict sensitivity? Why has applying conflict sensitivity to this project been effective/useful? What is the added value of conflict sensitivity to your organisation? Do donors ever impede conflict sensitivity at project level? What changes could donors make to support organisation™s wishing to apply conflict sensitivity to their projects? Why should donors care about Conflict sensitivity in projects that they fund?
Conflict Sensitive Business Practice: Guidance for Extractive Industries
This publication consists of guidance on doing business in societies at risk of conflict for field managers working across a range of business activities, as well as headquarters staff in political risk, security, external relations and social performance departments.
Do No Harm / Local Capacities for Peace Project Read more
Benefits / Harms Handbook Read more
Manual for Conflict Analysis Read more
What is Conflict Analysis? Read more
A Conflict Analysis Framework Read more
Checklist for Selecting a Conflict Analysis Tool Read more
Conflict Analysis for Project Planning and Implementation Read more
Conflict and Policy Assessment Framework Read more
Conflict Assessment Framework, USAID Read more
Conflict Diagnostic Handbook Read more
Applying Conflict Sensitivity in Emergency Response Read more
Making Sense of Turbulent Contexts: Analysis Tools for Humanitarian Actors Read more
FAST Methodology – provides country-focused real-time monitoring of social, economic and political developments Read more