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Developing capacity for conflict analysis and early response

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1 April 2002
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Developing capacity for conflict analysis and early response

This is a qualitative conflict analysis and early response-training manual. It has emerged from the thinking and experiences of conflict analysis experts worldwide, incorporating views from Africa, Asia, South America, Europe and North America. The overall goal of the training manual is to build capacity for conflict analysis and early response design and implementation. This manual provides facilitators with a step-by-step guide for building capacity for conflict analysis and early response. It covers a five-day intensive training workshop. The manual includes detailed session plans, handouts and materials needed to facilitate the training. The structure and materials should be used as a guide and a resource for developing capacity in this field.

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