Defining and Measuring the External Stress Factors that Lead to Conflict in the Context of the Post-2015 Agenda

April, 2014 | Tim Midgley, et al.

The Conflict, Crime, and Violence Results Initiative

This publication is one of a series of Practice Products developed under the Conflict, Crime, and Violence Results Initiative (CCVRI) by a consortium including: CDA Collaborative Learning Projects, CARE, VERA Institute of Justice, Search for Common Ground, Saferworld and Small Arms Survey.

The full set of products is intended to support DFID country offices and their partners to develop better measures of program results in difficult conflict and fragile environments.

 

Suggested Citation: Midgley, Tim, Larry Attree, Thomas Wheeler, and Hannah Vaughn-Lee. “Defining and Measuring the External Stress Factors that Lead to Conflict in the Context of the Post-2015 Agenda.” A Conflict, Crime, and Violence Results Initiative (CCVRI) product. London, UK: DFID, Saferworld and CDA Collaborative Learning Projects, 2014.