CSPR is organising a Peace and Resilience Talk to introduce the “Peace and conflict analysis, a guidance note for ILO’s programming in conflict and fragile contexts” (also available in French)
This publication was developed through a collaboration between the CSPR and Interpeace. It illustrates how to integrate Peace and Conflict Analysis into ILO’s country programming, including DWCP and projects so we can work across all three dimensions of the HDP Nexus, as Recommendation 205 requires – and as our UN and development partners increasingly demand.
The guidance note therefore encourage all ILO’s programming in fragile and conflict-affected contexts to systematically conduct peace and conflict analysis to ensure we do no harm through a thorough understanding of how decent work priorities interact with peace and conflict dynamics on the ground, particularly in times of COVID-19, which is exacerbating grievances and existing risks of social unrest and conflict.
Introduction and welcome:
- Mr Federico NEGRO
Head, Coordination Support Unit for Peace and Resilience, CSPR/DEVINVEST
- Ms Nieves THOMET
Employment and decent work for Peace specialist, CSPR/DEVINVEST
- Mr Phil VERNON,
An external perspective: Introducing FAO’s approach on conflict analysis:
- Mr Julius Jackson Technical Officer (Protracted Crises),
Conflict and Peace Unit (CPU), FAO