Expert Support

Expert support to local, international and Swiss partners encompasses strategy development, process and program design support, institutional and thematic backstopping, support in conflict analysis, as well as monitoring and evaluation. It focuses on the clients’ needs and includes the latest state-of-the-art knowledge in the requested field. swisspeace allows clients to develop innovative practices and out-of-the-box thinking.
swisspeace has a track-record of offering state-of-the-art expertise in all its thematic and methodological programs of swisspeace:

> Dealing with the Past
> Mediation
> Statehood
> Business & Peace
> Policy & Platform
> Analysis & Impact

Latest Activities

Mandate for the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation, 2016

Conflict Analysis and Conflict Sensitivity

swisspeace supported the Swiss Development Cooperation (SDC) Agency in Mozambique in the facilitation of a training on conflict sensitivity and in the conduct of a conflict analysis in view of SDC’s new cooperation strategy.

Mandate for the Swiss Confederation, 2016

Swiss Cooperation Strategy in Bosnia-Herzegovina

swisspeace facilitated a workshop to develop the new Swiss cooperation strategy in Bosnia-Herzegovina which includes strategic priorities of the Human Security Division of the FDFA, the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation, the State Secretariat for Migration, the State Secretariat for Economic Affairs and Parliamentary Services.

Mandate for mission21, 2016

Conflict Sensitivity Workshop

swisspeace has conducted  a conflict sensitivity workshop for mission21 in Basel.

Mandate for the European Union, 2015-2016

Online Course on Conflict Sensitivity

swisspeace has developed an online course on conflict sensitivity for the EU in collaboration with Saferworld and International Alert.

Mandate for the UN Working Group on Business and Human Rights, 2015

Development of the United Nations guidance document on National Action Plans

swisspeace held workshops in Switzerland, Latin America, Asia and Africa to support the development of the UN Guidance on National Action Plans on Business & Human Rights over the last three years.