Eileen Kane, US State Department - 7th Multi-Stakeholder Forum on Responsible Mineral Supply Chains
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This presentation by Eileen Kane from the US State Department was given at the expert learning session during the 7th Multi-Stakeholder Forum on Responsible Mineral Supply Chains held on 26-28 May ...

This presentation by Eileen Kane from the US State Department was given at the expert learning session during the 7th Multi-Stakeholder Forum on Responsible Mineral Supply Chains held on 26-28 May 2014 in Paris.

Find out more at: http://mneguidelines.oecd.org/icglr-oecd-un-forum-paris-may-2014.htm

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Eileen Kane, US State Department - 7th Multi-Stakeholder Forum on Responsible Mineral Supply Chains Eileen Kane, US State Department - 7th Multi-Stakeholder Forum on Responsible Mineral Supply Chains Presentation Transcript

  • LEARNING FROM THE USAID CONFLICT ASSESSMENT FRAMEWORK EILEEN KANE ECONOMIC POLICY OFFICER BUREAU OF ECONOMIC AND BUSINESS AFFAIRS U. S. DEPARTMENT OF STATE EXPERT LEARNING SESSION ON CONFLICT- AFFECTED AND HIGH RISK AREAS 7TH ICGLR-OECD- UN GoE FORUM ON RESPONSIBLE MINERAL SUPPLY CHAINS PARIS, MAY 26, 2014
  • USAID CONFLICT ASSESSMENT FRAMEWORK CAF 2012 http://www.usaid.gov/what-we- do/working-crises-and-conflict/technical- publications
  • THE CAF PROVIDES A BROAD FRAMEWORK THAT CAN BE UNIFORMLY APPLIED TWO STAGES OF CONFLICT ASSESSMENT: • DIAGNOSIS • FORMULATION OF RESPONSE RECOMMENDATIONS
  • FOUR DEFINITIONS • CONFLICT SENSITIVITY • CONFLICT MANAGEMENT • CONFLICT MITIGATION • CONFLICT PREVENTION LEADS TO A CONFLICT RESPONSE WHICH INCLUDES CONFLICT SENSITIVE PROGRAMMING AND PEACEBUILDING ACTIVITIES
  • IDENTIFYING RISK FACTORS FROM A GOVERNMENT PERSPECTIVE INVOLVES AN INTERAGENCY OR “WHOLE OF GOVERNMENT” APPROACH. IN THE EXTRACTIVES SECTOR, THIS CAN INCLUDE EXAMINING ISSUES SUCH AS • INSECURE LAND TENURE AND PROPERTY RIGHTS • VARIABLE ECONOMINC PERFORMANCE WITH MARKET DISTORTIONS/BARRIERS • WEAK GOVERNMENT AUTHORITY AND CONTROL • MARGINALIZATION OF VULNERABLE GROUPS
  • APPENDIX A – DIAGNOSTIC QUESTIONS FROM THE USAID CAF 1. CONTEXT 2. IDENTITY GROUPS 3. INSTITUTIONAL PERFORMANCE 4. SOCIETAL PATTERNS 5. KEY MOBILIZERS 6. TRAJECTORIES APPENDIX B – KEY MOBILIZERS
  • DIAGNOSTIC QUESTIONS CONTEXT - HISTORICAL - INTERNATIONAL - GEOGRAPHIC - ECONOMIC - DEMOGRAPHIC - INSTITUTIONAL IDENTITY GROUPS
  • DIAGNOSTIC QUESTIONS INSTITUTIONAL PERFORMANCE - GOVERNANCE - Formal Government - Elections and Political Parties - Judicial - Traditional Systems and Leaders - Civil Society and Human Rights - SECURITY - Law Enforcement - Armed Forces - Non-State Security Actors
  • DIAGNOSTIC QUESTIONS INSTITUTIONAL PERFORMANCE - ECONOMIC - Macro-Environment - Fiscal Policy - Sectoral - Finance - SOCIAL - Media - Service Delivery - Non-Formal Structures
  • DIAGNOSTIC QUESTIONS SOCIETAL PATTERNS KEY MOBILIZERS – APPENDIX B - Key Mobilizer: Who mobilizes? - Motivation: Why do they mobilize? - Means: Can they initiate and sustain mobilization? - Methods: How do they mobilize and to do what?
  • DIAGNOSTIC QUESTIONS TRAJECTORIES - TRIGGERS - TRAJECTORIES