Best Practices For Investigating Crimes Of Electoral Violence

The Framework offers guidelines and best practices in the investigation of crimes of electoral violence. It is intended to provide police with tools to build stronger cases against perpetrators and reduce the culture of impunity which so often surround crimes of electoral violence....
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Reframing Fragility and Resilience Series

This five-part series on Fragility and Resilience by Pauline Baker, President Emeritus of the Fund for Peace, examines complex dynamics in fragile states and factors that can both promote and counteract resilience in societies and governance systems....
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Reframing State Fragility and Resilience: The Way Forward

The final paper in the five-part “Fragility and Resilience” series by Pauline Baker, this paper pulls from the findings from the first aggregate research paper plus the three preceding case studies on Egypt, Honduras and Pakistan to examine and clarify the challenge of fragile states and the fragility and resilience model. It summarizes principal findings of the series and maps out implications for governance and peacebuilding practitioners....
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Pakistan: An “Unfinished Project

The fourth paper in the five-part “Fragility and Resilience” series by Pauline Baker, this paper examines critical developments in a country widely regarded as one of the world’s most fragile states. Baker dissects some of the conditions and circumstances that will determine which direction Pakistan will take when confronting challenges from jihadists groups to economic barriers....
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Honduras: From Oasis of Tranquility to Killing Field

The third paper in the five-part “Fragility and Resilience” series by Pauline Baker, this paper analyzes the complexities of Honduras, including epidemic rates of violence and income inequality set against an idyllic backdrop of beaches and luxury hotels. Analyzing a domestic opposition movement that condemned economic injustice, lack of security, and the erosion of democracy, Baker asks if this could represent a turning point for the country....
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Creative’s #YouthDay 2016 Social Media Toolkit

August 2, 2016

This #YouthDay we celebrate millions of young people leading the way to sustainable development. In this toolkit you will find social media engagement tips to raise awareness about youth contributions toward the #Global Goals!...
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