CDA Perspectives BlogPromoting Humanitarian Accountability, Peacebuilding Effectiveness, and Business and Human Rights
The CDA Perspectives Blog is maintained by CDA colleagues, with guest authors welcome to write in their personal capacity, sharing reflections, presenting information and provoking conversation on themes relevant to CDA’s areas of focus. On the blog, we share personal experiences of working towards improving impacts of interventions in contexts of conflict and fragility, and findings from collaborative learning projects. In most cases, we discuss issues related to CDA’s practice areas. In addition to our staff contributors, we invite colleagues and partners to share their experiences, and host blog post series.
Check out CDA’s other blog series: From Where I Stand, a virtual collaborative learning project prioritizing the lens of local leaders as experts in the global movement to shift power in aid policy and NGO practice.
Investment decisions in the most challenging places: The experience of the Islamic Development Bank integrating conflict sensitivity and Do No Harm
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Reimagining Evaluation: Putting Equity At The Center as Global Peacebuilding Comes To The United States
New USIP Report Gives Us Something to Talk About: The Essential Ingredients for US National Security Grounded in Conflict Prevention
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