Nairobi Good Practices

This paper summarizes the important discussions, issues and findings of the Workshop with the title “Good Practices in Nonviolent, Unarmed, Civilian to Civilian Protection” that Nonviolent Peaceforce organized in Nairobi from November 12-14, 2018.

Nonviolent Peaceforce thanks all those who facilitated and/or took notes, all participants and donors.

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Beirut Good Practices

This paper summarizes the important discussions, issues and findings of the Workshop with the title “Good Practices in Nonviolent, Unarmed, Civilian to Civilian Protection” that Nonviolent Peaceforce organized in Beirut from June 18-20, 2018.

Nonviolent Peaceforce thanks all those who facilitated and/or took notes, all participants and donors.

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Key Takeaways:

1. Analysis before, during and after a deployment, with local communities and beneficiaries, was frequently emphasized, indicating that good practices are based more on process than prescription.

2. Ongoing incident mapping is required for strategic deployments. 

3. Diverse teams reinforce our nonpartisanship with adjustments being made based upon context.

 

Manila Good Practices

This paper summarizes the important discussions, issues and findings of the Workshop with the title “Good Practices in Nonviolent, Unarmed, Civilian to Civilian Protection” that Nonviolent Peaceforce organized in Manila from December 7-9, 2017.

Nonviolent Peaceforce thanks all those who facilitated and/or took notes, all participants and donors.

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