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Mini-workshop on conflict analysis
Onsdag 03 April 2019, 09:00 - 12:00
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Mini-workshop on conflict analysis
  • April 3rd 2019 - Mini-workshop from 9.00 to 12.00
  • Organiser: Danish Refugee Council
  • Place: Danish Refugee Council, Borgergade 6 - Copenhagen
  • Target group: The workshop is for actors with good understanding and/or experience of working in and on conflict
  • Sign up here - For the "Introduction to Rapid Conflict Analysis" see below!

 

In DRC, we are in the process of developing a toolkit on conflict analysis and conflict sensitivity to meet our needs as an operational INGO working across the humanitarian-development-peace nexus. In this process we are reviewing key questions such as why and when we need conflict analysis, what we need to know, how to carry out conflict analysis, how to balance the need for quality analysis with practical constraints in time and resources and how to ensure most effective utilisation of conflict analysis in our programming and advocacy efforts in conflict affected contexts. In this workshop we will discuss these and related questions with the aim of enhancing our collective understanding of the challenges and possible solutions to these questions to promote more effective use of conflict analysis by operational NGOs.

Introduction to "Rapid Conflict Analysis" 
  • April 3rd 2019 - Mini-workshop from 13.00 to 16.00
  • Organiser: Danish Refugee Council
  • Place: Danish Refugee Council, Borgergade 6 - Copenhagen
  • Target group: The training is for actors with good understanding and/or experience of working in and on conflict
  • Sign up here

 

While it is broadly recognised that humanitarian agencies when operating in conflict affected context must have a good understanding of local conflict dynamics in order to minimise the risk of ‘doing harm’, many struggle to ensure that conflict analysis is carried out in a timely fashion and is of sufficient quality to be available and useful when needed. Part of the challenge is to identify what constitute good enough conflict analysis and to become clear on how it can be carried out quickly to inform operational response in the early stages of an intervention. In this workshop, DRC will take the participants through its newly developed approach to rapid conflict analysis and discuss how, when and why rapid conflict analysis can be applied.

Sted DRC, Borgergade 6, Copenhagen