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  • 1. Better International Engagement to Reduce Conflict and Violence? International Network on Conflict and Fragility November, 2011
  • 2. Violence sets development into reverse It wastes lives Past investment is reduced to rubble Institutions are destroyed that took decades to build A long shadow of mistrust is cast over the future Work with the International Dialogue on Peacebuilding and Statebuilding Program better (both aid and domestic resources) Address violence globally, regionally and locally EFFECTS OF VIOLENCE WHAT CAN BE DONE?
  • 3. Characteristics of Modern Violence (1): From Conflict to Violence 2011 2008
  • 4. Characteristics of Modern Violence (2): The Fusion of Conflict and Crime 2011 Shades of violence
  • 5. Characteristics of Modern Violence (3): A global business with local consequences 2010
  • 6. What can be done (1)? 1 2 3 Work with the International Dialogue on Peacebuilding and Statebuilding Program better (both aid and domestic resources) Address violence globally, regionally and locally Five Peace- and Statebuilding Goals: Inclusive politics, security, justice, economic foundations and revenue/services management Enable country led and owned transitions out of conflict and fragility Use aid and domestic resources more effectively
  • 7. What can be done (2)? 1 2 3 Program better (both aid and domestic resources) Address violence globally, regionally and locally Ensure results matter Understand, navigate and negotiate the politics of the environment better Improve risk tolerance and management by focusing more on contextual risks instead of on programmatic and institutional risks Improve the ability to engage in long-term transformational change E.g. combine long-term commitments with short-term activity cycles and resource allocations Work with the International Dialogue on Peacebuilding and Statebuilding
  • 8. What can be done (3)? 1 2 3 Program better (both aid and domestic resources) Address issue interlinkages E.g. between organized crime, financial liberalization, markets for security assistance and investment Address “complicity” issues Activities that give rise to violence often result from supply and demand that link the richer and poorer parts of the world Improve policy responses Support initiatives like due diligence for clean minerals initiatives in a coordinated way Work with the International Dialogue on Peacebuilding and Statebuilding Address violence globally, regionally and locally