Conflict Sensitivity and Risk Management Strategy - References

Anderson, Mary B., Do No Harm: how aid can support peace or war. Lynne Rienner Publishers: London, 1999.

DFID/GTZ-Risk Management Office (RMO), A guidebook to safe and effective development in conflict. A tool for analysis. Mera Publications: Kathmandu, 2005.

DFID-LFP (Livelihoods and Forestry Programme), Preparing our local organizations to work safely in development. Nepal, 2006.

ECHO, Generic Security Guide for Humanitarian Organisations, 2004.

Leonhardt, Manuel et al.., Peace and Conflict Assessment: Ein methodischer Leitfaden zur konflikt- und friedensbezogenen Ausrichtung von EZ-Massnahmen. GTZ: Eschborn, 2007.

GTZ, Experiences from GTZ in Sri Lanka. Development cooperation in conflictive environments and fragile states. GTZ: Eschborn, 2007.

IFRC (International Fderation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies), Code of conduct.

Paffenholz, Thania / Reychler, Luc, Aid for peace: a guide to planning and evaluation for conflict zones. NOMOS: Baden Baden, 2007.

The SPHERE Project, Humanitarian charter and minimum standards in disaster response.

Sprenger, Dirk / Kruk, Gabriele, Basic Principles of Crisis Prevention, Conflict Transformation and Peacebuilding. Course Concept and Training Module for Decision-Makers and Experts in German Development Cooperation. BMZ / GTZ: Bonn / Eschborn, 2005.

van Brabant, Koenraad, Operational Security Management in Violent Environments. HPN Good Practice Review 8, 2000.

VENRO (Association of German Development NGOs), Minimum standards regarding staff security in humanitarian aid, 2003.

Vorwerk-Halve, Sonja et al., Coordinated instruments to respond to situations of risk in a fragile state: Nepal. In: BMZ (ed.), Transforming fragile sates - examples of practical experience. Nomos: Baden-Baden, 2007, pp. 91-104.


Links to related methods and examples:

Conflict Analysis

Do No Harm

Peace and Conflict Impact Assessment (PCIA)


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