Event: From Conflict Analysis to Peacebuilding Impact - Lessons from the People's Peacebuilding Perspectives Project
29 October 2012
Rescheduled to Wednesday 31 October** Due to inclement weather on the east coast of the United States, new location to be advised as soon as possible. This event is now taking place at 10.30am on 31st October.
Saferworld will be part of a panel discussion on 31st October 2012 in Washington DC discussing the conclusions of the People's Peacemaking Perspectives project. The event features two speakers from Saferworld, Robert Parker Director of Policy and Communications, and James Ndung'U, Project Manager for Saferworld Kenya.
The People's Peacemaking Perspectives (PPP) project was a joint initiative run by Saferworld and Conciliation Resources and financed by the European Commission under the Instrument of Stability. It was implemented in close collaboration with a number of local actors and organisations on the ground.
Panelists will present the conclusions of the PPP project and implications for US agencies and other institutions working in conflict settings using case studies in Kenya and other contexts. They will illustrate the benefits, success criteria and challenges to taking a participatory approach to conflict analysis.
This special event is co-sponsored by 3P Human Security, the Alliance for Peacebuilding, and the Conflict Management Program at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS).