Peacebuilding Analysis & Impact
Working in fragile and conflict-affected contexts poses numerous challenges for international development and peacebuilding actors. The magnitude of the challenge posed by recurring cycles of violence, multiple emergencies, weak legitimacy and state-society relations require an adapted work approach by all actors engaged in such contexts. The PAI Program therefore contributes to an improved analysis, strategy development and monitoring & evaluation practice. It supports organizations to assess and ultimately increase the effectiveness and positive impact of their peacebuilding and development interventions and to minimize negative side effects.
Latest Activities and Publications
Sidonia Gabriel, 2014
Human Rights and Peacebuilding
In: M. Nowak, U. Werther-Pietsch (ed.). All Human Rights for All. Vienna Guidebook on Peaceful and Inclusive Societies. Graz, Neuer Wissenschaftlicher Verlag: 89-99. Link.
Mandate Companion for HEKS, 2014
Context sensitivity assessment in Ethiopia
swisspeace accompanied HEKS to carry out a mandate on a context sensitivity assessment on its watershed project in the Borana zone of Ethiopia from 14-29 July.
Mandate for Search for Common Ground, 2014
Conflict Scan Method in DRC and Rwanda
swisspeace organized trainings on a modifyed method of SFCG's conflict scans in DRC and Rwanda.
06 - 07 August 2014
Early Warning workshop in Myanmar
swisspeace senior fellow Heinz Krummenacher worked out and realized an early warning workshop for the Center for Diversity and National Harmony (CDNH) in Yangon, Myanmar.
17 July 2014
Global Education Cluster Coordinator Training in Geneva
swisspeace expert Sabina Handschin provided input to topics on "Conflict Sensitive Project Management" and "Conflict Sensitive Education".