Programming

This section provides guidance notes on conflict-sensitive education programming, and education-for-peacebuilding programming, as well as case studies and programme evaluations on different education-for-peacebuilding interventions. It is part of the larger Learning for Peace project which produced dozens of briefs, reports, case studies, guides, and research products, and compiled many other relevant resources related to the link between education and peacebuilding.

Report

Learning for Peace: Narratives from the Field

Published by
United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF)

This compendium explores the nature of conflict as a barrier to development and the potential of education as a bridge to peace. Designed for the benefit of education and peacebuilding practitioners, as well as other social service providers, it discusses a wide range of emerging conflict-sensitive (‘do no harm’) and peacebuilding (‘do more good’) strategies.

English
Manual/Handbook/Guide

Emerging Practices in Design, Monitoring, and Evaluation for Education for Peacebuilding Programming

Published by
Search for Common Ground

This practical guide focuses on key elements of program DM&E for education interventions with peacebuilding aims in fragile environments. It presents critical information, practical tips, resources and tools for all stages in program cycles, and emerging practices and lessons learned from the field, including those arising from the UNICEF Learning for Peace programme.

English
Manual/Handbook/Guide

Guidance on Risk-Informed Programming

Published by
United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF)

The UNICEF Guidance for Risk-informed Programming (GRIP) is a package of general and sector-specific modules that propose a methodology for conducting child-centred risk analysis and leading a collaborative process with multiple child rights stakeholders (including children, adolescents and youth) to design or adapt programmes to further risk reduction, resilience and peace.

English
Case Study

Pastoralist Education and Peacebuilding in Ethiopia

Published by
United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF)

This study contributes to discussion and planning to strengthen peacebuilding through education initiatives designed to increase access to quality education for remote and marginalized communities, particularly nomadic pastoralists and agro-pastoralists.

English