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Reflective Peacebuilding

A Planning, Monitoring and Learning Toolkit

The tool kit emphasizes learning before, during and after the implementation of peacebuilding programs. It explores the connections between learning and effective peacebuilding practice, and suggest practices for reflection and learning as individuals and communities. The tool kit looks at ethical considerations, the types of change that peacebuilding practice promotes, and tools to further understand change and develop indicators to trace those changes over time. The tools can stand alone or augment existing systems and practices. They are intended to help practitioners enhance their creativity in developing context-specific learning, monitoring and evaluation systems. Published in collaboration with the Joan B. Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies, University of Notre Dame.

Hal Culbertson, John Paul Lederach, Reina Neufeldt

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Contents

Preface iii
 
1. The Challenge of Peacebuilding Evaluation and Monitoring 1
2. Reflective Practitioners 3
3. Learning Communities 7
4. Ethical Practice 13
5. Conflict Transformation and Four Dimensions of Change 17
6. Theories of Change 25
7. Creating Indicators 37
8. Basline Development 43
9. Planning with the Integrated Peacebuilding Framework 45
10. Scaling Up Impact 51
11. Monitoring as Learning 57
12. Evaluation as Learning 63
13. Drawing Out Lessons 67
 
Resources for Further Learning 71

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