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Manuals | February 23, 2010

Integrating Peacebuilding Into Humanitarian and Development Programming

Practical Guidance on Designing Effective, Holistic Peacebuilding Projects

This paper clarifies key terms related to the integration or mainstreaming of peacebuilding into humanitarian and develiopment work, explores organizational frameworks and initiatives, provides practical guidance, and lists references or links to both thematic and procedural sources. 

CONTENTS

  • Introduction

  • The CRS Trajecotry

  • Differentiating Peacebuilding from Conflict Sensitivity

  • Building a Conceptual Framework for Integration and Conflict Sensitivity

  • Conflict Analysis--The Foundational Tool for Conflict Sensitivity and Peacebuilding

  • Moving from Analysis to Strategic Interventions: The Project Cycle

  • Challenges and Dilemmas

  • Conclusion

  • Resources on Multi-sectoral Programming