» Tech Blog Home »

Sun, Jun 24, 2007

Reflective Peacebuilding: A Planning, Monitoring and Learning Toolkit

imageThe Kroc Institute at the University of Notre Dame and Catholic Relief Services have released a new publication: Reflective Peacebuilding: A Planning, Monitoring and Learning Toolkit. Written by John Paul Lederach, Reina Neufeldt, and Hal Culbertson, Reflective Peacebuilding is designed to improve peacebuilders? abilities to learn before, during and after interventions in unpredictable conflict contexts. Electronic copies of the 82-page toolkit are available online at the Catholic Relief Services website. Here is the direct link to the pdf.

The Table of Contents

1 The Challenge of Peacebuilding Evaluation and Monitoring
2 Reflective Practitioners
—Demystify Theory
—Remystify Practice
3 Learning Communities
—Benefits from Learning
—Example: Learning as a Community
4 Ethical Practice
—Ethical Dilemmas in Evaluation
5 Conflict Transformation and Four Dimensions of Change
—Four Dimensions of Conflict Transformation
6 Theories of Change
—Theories of Change in Peacebuilding Projects
—Constructing a Theory of Change
—Ideas to Help Groups Develop Theories of Change
7 Creating Indicators
—Some Guidelines for Indicators
8 Baseline Development
9 Planning with the Integrated Peacebuilding Framework
—Using the Integrated Framework to Help Plan Interventions
—Using the Integrated Framework with Logframes
10 Scaling up Impact
—What is Scaling Up?
—Strategies for Scaling Up
—Incorporating Scaling Up Strategies into Planning, Monitoring and Learning
11 Monitoring as Learning
—The Monitoring Environment
12 Evaluation as Learning
—Monitoring vs. Evaluation
—Designing Evaluation for Learning
—Learning from Evaluations
13 Drawing out Lessons
—Characteristics of a Learning Document
—Resources for Further Learning


Posted by: Bill Warters on 2007 06 24 | Filed under Conflict Resolution  

Permanent Link to Item

Page 1 of 1 pages