Peacebuilding Analysis & Impact
Working in fragile and conflict-affected contexts poses numerous challenges for international development and peacebuilding actors. Recurring cycles of violence, multiple emergencies, weak state legitimacy and state-society relations are all factors that call for an adapted work approach by actors engaged in such contexts. The swisspeace Peacebuilding Analysis & Impact Program contributes to improved analysis, strategy development and monitoring and evaluation practice by supporting 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
Mandate for SRC, 2015
Backstopping Mandate for the Swiss Red Cross
swisspeace supports the SDC in its internal learning process on "working in fragile contexts".
Mandate for the Swiss Red Cross, 2014-2015
Mainstreaming conflict sensitivity
on institutional and programmatic level.
Mandate for the MPSI, 2015
Input for the discussion on the New Deal
swisspeace expert Stefan Bächtold gave an input on conceptual challenges for the New Deal in Myanmar at a discussion organized by the Myanmar Peace Support Initiative (MPSI) on the occasion of a visit of a delegation of the OECD DAC in Yangon, Myanmar. MPSI
14 January 2015
Engaging the Private Sector in conflict affected and fragile environments
Rina Alluri participated in Experts Workshop organized by The International Dialogue Secretariat of the OECD/DAC in Paris.
Sara Hellmüller, Corinne von Burg and Mathias Zeller, 2014
Can Mediation Do Harm? Conflict Sensitivity in International Peace Negotiations
swisspeace Essential 4|2014. Download.