Design, Monitoring and Evaluation for Peacebuilding

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Author / Copyright Holder: CARE UK, CDA Inc., & SFCG for the U.K. Department for International Development,
This series of Guidance Products was developed under the Results Initiative in Conflict, Crime, and Violence Programming within Department for International Development (DFID).  ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Jenny Aulin & Goele Scheers, GPPAC
The Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict (GPPAC) is faced with two major challenges in their monitoring and evaluation: Firstly they have to deal with the complex causal mechanisms involved in conflict prevention work and secondly they have to navigate the dynamic nature of networks through which they intervene....
Author / Copyright Holder: Saferworld
Debates on the post-2015 development framework are now turning to monitoring and measurement. The United Nations Statistical Commission (UNSC) is expected to lead on the process for creating an indicator  framework, while member states, UN agencies, civil society and academia will play key roles in shaping its final design. More discussion is required to generate a common approach to overall principles, methods of measurement and data sources for the issues related to peace, governance and justice that have now been agreed for inclusion in Goal 16....
Author / Copyright Holder: Institute for Inclusive Security
This guide is a resource for policymakers and civil society leaders as they seek to develop, implement, and track progress of national strategies aimed at advancing women’s inclusion.   It explains how to use monitoring and evaluation as a vital tool to make United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325 a reality....
Author / Copyright Holder: Josh Powell, Paige Kirby
The most important aspect of data is use. Without information uptake, the time and financial resources invested in making data open, machine readable, and interoperable may as well be for naught. In this blog Paige Kirby and Josh Powell of Development Gateway share lessons learned from work with USAID-Colombia and the African Development Bank on how to galvanize internal demand for data and ensure that information collected is in fact used.    ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Tilman Brück, Patricia Justino, Philip Verwimp and Andrew Tedesco
  Violent conflict is a key obstacle to overall economic development and specifically to human development. Conflicts vary greatly in their nature – hence the impacts of conflicts on people also vary greatly. If socioeconomic research on conflict has demonstrated one thing, it is that the circumstances of conflict matter greatly for policies designed to end and overcome the legacies of conflict....
Author / Copyright Holder: Ella Duncan, Search for Common Ground
In this post, blogger Ella guides you through a series of steps and tips to make your data visualization more effective.  ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Small Arms Survey
This document highlights how raw data and statistics can be transformed into information, and helps understand trends, patterns and dynamics of conflict, crime and violence around the globe.  ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Small Arms Survey
This document focuses on sources for conflict, crime and violence and aims to assist program staff and practitioners to identify the relevant data and information on conflict, crime and violence.  ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Clionadh Raleigh, Caitriona Dowd and Andrew Linke, ACLED Project and DFID
The purpose of this document is to inform policy-making through the provision of a reliable evidence base of disaggregated conflict data and analysis on conflict patterns.  ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Abdul Khabir Mirzakhail
In this blog post, the author discusses the influence of media and how it can be measured using the examples of "The Team" and "16 and Pregnant".  ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Vanessa Corlazzoli, DFID
The paper explores the incorporation of information and communications technologies (ICTs) into the monitoring and evaluation (M&E) systems of peacebuilding programmes.  ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Andrew Mack, Accord
This brief article looks at how and why robust nationwide data can provide critically important information for both aid donors and fragile state governments that seek to assess developmental needs and to target assistance more effectively and equitably.  ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Institute of Development Studies (IDS)
Data visualisation is not a new topic – since the line graph and bar chart were invented in 17861 people have used graphical representations to explain large amounts of data, identify trends and tell stories. We live in an age where we generate enormous amounts of data....
Author / Copyright Holder: Pact
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Author / Copyright Holder: IDS
This paper captures some recent challenges that emerged from establishing a baseline for an empowerment and accountability fund.  ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Roisin Hinds/GSDRC
Participatory approaches have been broadly advocated in development policy as means of enabling local people to share and analyse their conditions and experiences. This report identifies and reviews a selection of participatory tools that have been used in micro-level poverty, social exclusion and vulnerability analysis.  ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Action for the Rights of Children
This module provides practical information, guidelines, inspiring case studies and participatory tools to support organisations and key adult actors to engage with children as rights holders and social actors, supporting their participation in decision-making processes, which affect them and their communities.  ...
Author / Copyright Holder: IPDET, World Bank, Carleton University
IPDET was designed to meet the needs of evaluation and audit units of many different types of organizations involved in development work. This comprehensive international program is designed to help a range of development specialists conduct significant evaluations of development interventions at the project, program, and policy levels....
Author / Copyright Holder: Patricia Rogers
This is the first guidance note in a four-part series of notes related to impact evaluation developed by InterAction with financial support from the Rockefeller Foundation. This first guidance note, Introduction to Impact Evaluation, provides an overview of impact evaluation, explaining how impact evaluation differs from – and complements – other types of evaluation, why impact evaluation should be done, when and by whom....

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