Tue, Sep 29|
How Peacebuilders Measure and Learn
The Civil Affairs Association hosts experts from Alliance for Peacebuilding to discuss measuring trust, evaluating conflict management and stability programs, and lessons military professionals can learn from peacebuilding approaches to conflict/problem analysis.
Time & Location
Sep 29, 2020, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EDT
About the Event
How do we measure trust between civilian populations and security forces? What ways to evaluate conflict management, peace, and stability programs have worked – or not – and what collaborative lessons can we draw from them? What can civil information managers and other military professionals learn from peacebuilding approaches to conflict/problem analysis, goal formation, baselines, adaptive monitoring, and incorporation of feedback loops to build a more holistic understanding of peace and conflict and a wider civil-military learning organization? Join Alliance for Peacebuilding Learning & Evaluation specialists Shaziya De Young and Saurav Upadhyay to explore these and other questions, including an introduction to AfP’s breakthrough Eirene Peacebuilding Database,™ so far with 3,381 indicators from 2,008 open-source datapoints worldwide. This is the third session of the opening series of Civil Affairs Association civil-military education webinars. A question-and-answer session will follow the presentation.