The development and humanitarian assistance sectors use different tools when applying principles of conflict sensitivity to their work. However, sometimes it becomes tricky to navigate among those different tools and find the ones that is most suitable for a certain context, or intervention. Therefore, and in order to develop a tool that is more flexible and can serve various contexts and types of interventions, PMU has invented a ”Conflict Sensitivity Wheel” – a pedagogical model that brings together different analytical tools, adds to them, and develops them into one integral model that can be applied on various development programs and humanitarian interventions. The Conflict sensitivity wheel has been tested out in a number of countries and will, during November 2019, be published in a toolbox, that will be released at Stockholm Civil Society Days.
- Bassem Maher, PMU’s Peace and Conflict Adviser
- Mikael Jägerskog, head of Policy, Advocacy and Learning at PMU
Place: Room 23