Conflict sensitivity assessment of non-governmental organisations in difficult human rights environments Jul 05

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Sthlm Policy Group and Saferworld conducted six assessments of integration of conflict sensitivity of six civil society organizations: the Africa Groups, Forum Syd, Plan International Sweden, Save the Children Sweden, the Swedish Mission Council, and the Swedish Society for Nature Conservation.
The assessments of the institutional capacity and processes of 40 Swedish organisations and their national and local partners in Bangladesh, Pakistan, Somalia and South Africa focused on their risk management systems to integrate conflict perspective/conflict sensitivity in the design, planning and monitoring of project implementation. The assessment also analysed their ability to promote peace, social cohesion and stability.

The objectives of the assessments were to:

  • Contribute to Sida’s understanding regarding to what extent the organisations integrate the conflict perspective or conflict sensitivity in their work, including both normative and operational aspects at the headquarters and at the field level; 

  • Contribute to learning within these Framework Organizations and their local partner organisations, in developing countries, as to how conflict sensitivity can be better integrated in their projects and programs. 

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