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Author / Copyright Holder: Civil Society Platform for Peacebuilding and Statebuilding
While the development of indicators within New Deal focused on a specific group of countries represented by the G7+, and the Post-2015 framework discussions address universal targets in all countries, there are nonetheless critical lessons that can be drawn from the former for the latter.  These lessons are captured in the following key messages that have been developed by the Civil Society Platform on Peacebuilding and Statebuilding (CSPSS).  This civil society coordinates and supports civil society engagement in the New Deal process.  Its G7+, Northern, and wider Southern civil society members have participated as one of three primary New Deal stakeholder groups throughout the process.     ...
Author / Copyright Holder: DME for Peace, CDA
This post will share recent research and lessons learned on effective feedback practices in humanitarian settings, especially focused on lessons relevant to peacebuilding practitioners.  ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Nicole Goddard and Jasmine Freehoff, CDA
This blog shares what the team at CDA learned through their Listening Program, which collected insights of nearly 6000 people on the receiving end of aid programs about how aid efforts work and what people desire from assistance.  ...
Author / Copyright Holder: International Bank for Reconstruction and Development/The World Bank
This evaluation report looks at how the World Bank has generated, accessed, and used learning and knowledge in its lending operations, and what is the scope for improving how it does so.    ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Tim Midgley, Larry Attree, Thomas Wheeler and Hannah Vaughan-Lee, Saferworld, CDA and DFID
This paper identifies and analyzes a range of external stress factors that can contribute to conflict. It is intended to be a useful resource for policymakers working on the post-2015 development framework.  ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Maryam Jillani, Search for Common Ground
Network for Peacebuilding Evaluation members reflect upon the Alliance for Peacebuilding Annual Conference that took place this May in Washington D.C.  ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Henri Myrttinen, International Alert and Network for Peacebuilding Evaluation
In this Thursday Talk, Henri Myrttinen discusses International Alert's multi-year, multi-country research projects that aims to conceptualize and develop a variety of M&E approaches that would allow for a broader and deeper understanding of gender relations, and reflect the complexities of the various kind of programming that fall under the broad category of "peacebuilding".    ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Tom Bamat and Aaron Chassy, Network of Peacebuilding Evaluation
In this Thursday Talk, Tom Bamat and Aaron Chassy of Catholic Relief Services (CRS) led a discussion on the recently published Humanitarian Response in Violent Conflict: A Toolkit of Conflict Sensitive Indicators.      ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Carlisle Levine and Tom Bamat/Network for Peacebuilding Evaluation
In this Thursday Talk, international evaluation expert, Carlisle Levine, and Tom Bamat, Senior Advisor on Justice and Peacebuilding at Catholic Relief Services discuss their experience conducting and managing a recent evaluation of Catholic Relief Services justice and peacebuilding practice from 2007-2013.  ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Megan Grace Kennedy-Chouane
The article looks at the process of developing the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development's (OECD's) Development Assistance Committee (DAC)'s evaluation guidance.  ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Craig Charney and Christine Quirk/Syria Justice and Accountability Centre
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Author / Copyright Holder: Jeremy Allouche and Jeremy Lind/ Institute of Development Studies
The report argues that development policy and practice in fragile and conflict-affected areas needs to be reinvented, and proposes that development and security be brought together through entrustment and brokerage.  ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Journal of Peacebuilding and Development
JOURNAL OF PEACEBUILDING & DEVELOPMENT Volume 8, No. 2 (2013) EVALUATION IN VIOLENTLY DIVIDED SOCIETIES (VDS): POLITICS, ETHICS AND METHODS Those who work in support of peacebuilding and development initiatives are acutely aware that conflict-affected environments are volatile, unpredictable and fast-changing....
Author / Copyright Holder: IPDTC-PATRIR
  The PCTR is a five-day intensive program which provides experts, practitioners and policy makers with a forum for reflection and targeted, relevant professional development in a dynamic and stimulating environment.  Given the issues it addresses, it is also relevant for those working in political, gender, security, human rights, development, and humanitarian fields, donors, and diplomats, working in areas affected or threatened by war and armed conflict or in post-war situations. ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Mark M. Rogers for CDA Collaborative Learning Projects
Evaluation criteria and standards evolve through theory, practice, reflection, discussion, research, and meta-evaluation. This paper strives to identify processes that can be employed to achieve credible and useful evaluation findings about relevance.   ...
Author / Copyright Holder: The Geneva Center for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces-The International Security Sector Advisory Team
  The Gender and SSR toolkit is an initial response to the need for information and analysis on gender and SSR. It is designed to provide policymakers and practitioners with a practical introduction to why gender issues are important in SSR and what can be done to integrate them. ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Overseas Development Institute
A stakeholder is a person who has something to gain or lose through the outcomes of a planning process of project. In many circles these are called interest groups and they can have a powerful bearing on the outcomes of political processes....
Author / Copyright Holder: Kammi Schmeer
Stakeholder analysis is a process of systematically gathering and analyzing qualitative information to determine whose interests should be taken into account when developing and/or implementing a policy or program.  Stakeholder analysis yields useful and accurate information about those persons and organizations that have an interest in your policy or program....
Author / Copyright Holder: Richard Williams, Anica Mikuš Kos, Dean Ajdukovic, et al.
  This paper reports on an advanced research workshop that took place in April 2007 on Evaluation of Community based Psychosocial Programmes in Areas A¡ected by War and Terrorism. The workshop was sponsored by the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO). The three day workshop was set up to bring together a wide range of stakeholders in psychosocial programmes in areas affected by war and terrorism from providers of those programmes.The focus of the workshop was programme evaluation and the methodology adopted by its organisers....
Author / Copyright Holder: Mary B. Anderson and Lara Olson
This book is about the effectiveness of peace practice. ...

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