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Main-streaming Conflict Sensitivity in a Development/Humanitarian Organisation

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    I currently work for a large INGO which is looking to integrate conflict sensitivity into its programmes globally. As a part of developing this strategy, I was hoping to gain some insight/best practice from those who have done this or have been a part of a similar process in the past. Primarily:

    1. What are some of the major complications/challenges that surround rolling out conflict sensitivity in a large organisation?
    2. Are there any particular challenges for integrating conflict sensitivity when an organisation has limited prior experience working directly on conflict/working on conflict is not a part of the INGO’s DNA?
    3. What are some suggestions for main-streaming conflict sensitivity when funding or other capacities are lacking for this type of work?
    4. Does integrating conflict sensitivity require a surge in resources? (e.g. staffing requirements)

    Any comments or helpful hints would be greatly appreciated!

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Upeace fall 2017
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