Ensuring peace, justice and strong institutions are not isolated initiatives. Rather they are best conceptualised as a continuum of activities covering various stages of the life cycle of conflict (from rising tensions to the outbreak of conflict to post-crisis stabilisation). Thus, in order to examine current examples of resilience in peacebuilding and to offer policy-relevant advice to practitioners, Resilient Peace will examine resilience and peacebuilding through the entire conflict cycle in order to provide a holistic assessment of exiting capabilities and potential capability shortfalls.
Resilient Peace’s Objectives are achieved through nine Work Packages (WPs), more detail about which is available below.
Consolidation of available research and materials on resilience in peacebuilding
Designing and writing materials to establish future grant applications
Webinar in Perth, Australia, May 2018
Workshop in Accra, Ghana, September 2018
Workshop in Bristol, UK, November 2018
Lessons identified, lessons learned, and best practices, to be fed into future grant applications
Dissemination and communication
Risk, ethics and data protection