New Trends in PCIA

TitleNew Trends in PCIA
Publication TypeBook
Subtitle / Series TitleDialogue Series No. 4 – New Trends in Peace and Conflict Impact Assessment (PCIA)
Year of Publication2005
AuthorsBarbolet, A, Goldwyn, R, Groenewald, H, Sherriff, A, Bush, K, Paffenholz, T
Series EditorBloomfield, D, Fischer, M, Schmelzle, B
VolumeNo. 4
Number of Pages90 pp.
PublisherBerghof Conflict Research
CityBerlin
Abstract

Questions of effectiveness, impact and evaluation continue to be most relevant for the field of peacebuilding and conflict transformation: Adam Barbolet, Rachel Goldwyn, Hesta Groenewald & Andrew Sherriff report with intimate knowledge on the development of "conflict sensitivity" as an alternative to PCIA; Kenneth Bush sends thought-provoking "field notes", reflecting on his learning in the context of applying PCIA in the South; Thania Paffenholz presents a comprehensive overview of the "Aid for Peace Approach". Short reflection papers by all authors shed light on progress and controversy regarding the new trends in peace and conflict impact assessment.
 

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