This best practice paper, launched by ZOA in collaboration with PeaceNexus, offers insights from their experience developing conflict sensitive practice and peacebuilding capacities as part of our 5-year partnership. Along with concrete case studies from Sudan, Nigeria, DRC, Sri Lanka and Uganda, the paper contains some key conclusions and take-aways for those interested in undertaking a similar process.
PeaceNexus contributed to an open letter to governments, donors, the United Nations and NGOs, sharing recommendations from the Conflict Sensitivity Community on how policy- and decision makers can lead in a conflict sensitive way during Covid-19.
Our partner Oxfam produced this tip sheet on COVID-19 and conflict sensitivity. The guide can help identify and mitigate conflict risks as part of the COVID-19 humanitarian response.
PeaceNexus Partner Event Report: The PeaceNexus Foundation hosted its first International Conflict Sensitivity (CS) Partner Event in October 2019 to facilitate sharing among, and support for, CS champions within each of its current international partner organisations. This is the report of this event.
We supported the International Council of Swedish Industry 2014/15 in developing an Introductory Guide for Managers in Fragile Environments.
We initiated and formed a consortium of international peacebuilding institutions in August 2013 and built jointly a web-based game, which immerse professionals in a virtual peacebuilding scenario. Please find the game here.