Conflict Assessment & Peacebuilding Planning

Self Assessment

The gap between “intent” and “impact” is often large. Even when people set out to do good, they inadvertently harm others or increase conflict. All too often, groups carrying out conflict assessment processes examine the problems of others in the conflict without critically reflecting on whether they themselves have the capacity and resources to respond in a way that will not add to the conflict.

Any organization planning an intervention to prevent, mitigate, manage, resolve or transform conflict should first carry out a thorough self-assessment to ensure they answer the basic questions identified in the Summary Chart.

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