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Measuring Peace Consolidation

15 October 2014
17 October 2014

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Multilateral organisations and donors devote considerable resources annually to stabilising and rebuilding fragile and conflict-affected states as they emerge from experiencing high levels of violence. Yet despite significant experience, efforts have been hampered by the absence of a clear and common understanding of the characteristics of a consolidated peace and the lack of effective means of measuring progress towards that end. This conference will enable an exchange of knowledge, especially among practitioners engaged in peacebuilding, on how they currently assess progress towards achieving a sustainable peace, in particular identifying best or good practice.

This meeting is organised in association with the Centre for International Studies, University of Oxford, the Fafo Institute for Applied International Studies, Oslo, the Norwegian Peacebuilding Resource Centre (NOREF), Oslo and the Folke Bernadotte Academy, Sandöverken, the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OCSE), Vienna, the Public Diplomacy Division, NATO, Brussels and the British Academy.


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