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Conflict Analysis and Evaluation
What are best practices, and how would one assess the quality of conflict analysis?

Dear Supporter,

This week on the Learning Portal we explore the extent to which conflict analysis is incorporated into evaluation processes, and the potential ways in which the analysis can be assessed.

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At minimum, an evaluation of a peacebuilding project should include a conflict analysis of the environment post-project implementation. Even better, an evaluation could assess the degree to which best conflict analysis practices were followed.

But should we be moving towards established standards in conflict analysis--just the same as evaluations are held to certain standards?

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Jonathan White, Learning Portal Content Manager at Search for Common Ground

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