Reshaping Engagement: Perspectives on Conflict Sensitivity in Rakhine State
May 2016 | Gabrielle Aron
This report is intended to serve as a platform: first to build common understanding across stakeholder groups on the current conflict sensitivity issues shaping Rakhine state, and second to provide a basis for joint action, where possible, to address the issues identified.
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April 14, 2016
Beneficiary Feedback Mechanism Learning Event
May 23, 2016
Practical Tools for Promoting Positive Change in Complex Contexts – 2016 Course
Nicole Goddard and Eliana Spadoni will facilitate this course integrating lessons and tools for peacebuilding and conflict sensitivity
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May 11, 2016
The power that is abused through a corrupt transaction or that enables a corrupt system to become entrenched is at the heart of understanding corruption dynamics. How to generate nuanced and useful analysis is of significant concern to the work on CAASDI and the Fletcher School’s research on corruption and legitimacy. In particular, how to generate useful programming insights around power flows, and the connection between the political centre and the local context.