USAID Peace & Security Summit Partners Day—Continue the Conversation

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    • The USAID Bureau for Conflict Prevention & Stabilization (CPS), the USAID Peace & Security Sector Council, in partnership with ConnexUs, held the USAID Peace & Security Summit Partners Day, a fully digital event on March 31, 2022. Partners Day convened USAID global staff, implementing partners, multilateral organizations, donors & interagency partners.  We hope you enjoyed exchanging ideas, knowledge & learning to prevent armed conflict & violence better & promote peace.

      Following the Summit, you can use the ConnexUs Discussions to share your latest research findings, ask questions about the sessions, identify opportunities for future collaboration, and more! Through ConnexUs’ partnership with USAID, the Partners Day conversations continue on the platform.

      Feel free to post your questions & comments here. To get the conversation going:

      • Introduce yourself
      • What stuck out to you from Partners Day?
      • How did these sessions connect with your work?
      • What emerging research, tools, or knowledge should we know about?

      If you haven’t explored ConnexUs, here are a few helpful links:


      If you missed the the USAID Peace & Security Summit Partners Day, the USAID Center for Conflict and Violence Prevention has you covered:

      • Evidence & Learning for Conflict and Violence Prevention
        • Panelists discussed barriers and opportunities to improve data and evidence in the peacebuilding field, including the importance of changing our risk appetite to be more transparent about successes and failures.
      • Global Fragility Act & National Security Strategy Discussion.’
        • Colleagues from the Department of Defense, Department of State & USAID discussed the Global Fragility Act as a culmination of efforts & lessons learned that will harmonize how we work across the interagency & with local partners to prevent conflict before it erupts.
      • Ukraine Discussion
        • USAID discussed how we, along with our partners, have been able to pivot quickly & continue to be able to provide assistance programs & solutions in Ukraine through local partners & staff who continue to manage programs & provide assistance in the face of significant adversity – thanks to a high high level of capacity among staff & citizens in Ukraine as well as long-standing programs & partnerships.
      • Innovations in Armed Conflict & Violence Prevention
        • Panelists highlighted the new Violence & Conflict Assessment Framework (VCAF) along with the Conflict Sensitivity Integration Hub in Honduras as innovative mechanisms for integrating a prevention & peacebuilding lens across the development sectors.
      • Donor Community Discussion:
        • To close out this year’s Summit, panelists from organizations including the Swiss Agency for Development & Cooperation, German Federal Foreign Office, UK’s FCDO, and IOM joined USAID Counselor Ken Yamashita to emphasize the importance of collaboration & partnership in achieving global peace.
    • Hi there can you repeat the 4 research papers being done/completed for West Africa please?

       

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