Nigeria - Strategic Conflict Assessment : Methodology, Key Findings and Lessons Learnt

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https://openknowledge.worldbank.org/handle/10986/9429
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Social Development Notes
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Lyons, Sarah
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Reinermann, Dirk
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2012-08-13T14:41:47Z
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2012-08-13T14:41:47Z
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2003-05
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2021-04-23T14:02:54Z
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The need to support a Strategic Conflict Assessment (SCA) was agreed by donors in December 2001, and supported by President Obasanjo. The central guiding principle was that the SCA process should be led by the national Institute for Peace and Conflict Resolution (IPCR), in the Presidency. Local ownership and capacity building were considered key to achieving credibility and sustainability. Technical and financial support was provided to IPCR and local stakeholders by some of Nigeria's major international donors: DFID; UNDP; USAID; and the World Bank, who formed an SCA Advisory Group to IPCR. The Advisory Group proved to be a vital structure for collective decision-making. This approach was chosen over the more traditional single-donor approach to draw upon a wide range of international expertise and experience, to share resource costs and to mitigate political risk to donors. Donor cooperation and collaboration meant that donors were able to cover areas where partners may not have had the capacity or mandate. This was the first time, globally, that a national conflict assessment had ever been supported by a group of donors. Conflict assessments by individual donors are often not shared beyond the sponsoring donor. Where they are shared, they are often edited to remove "sensitive" parts, thus defeating the purpose of the analysis and making it difficult for stakeholders and other donors to benefit.
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http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/2003/05/2637045/nigeria-strategic-conflict-assessment-methodology-key-findings-lessons-learnt-nigeria-strategic-conflict-assessment-methodology-key-findings-lessons-leanrt
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http://hdl.handle.net/10986/11300
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English
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World Bank, Washington, DC
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Social Development Notes; No. 11
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CC BY 3.0 IGO
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World Bank
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http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/igo/
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CONFLICT MANAGEMENT
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METHODOLOGY
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DICTATORSHIP
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POLITICAL VALUE JUDGMENTS
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SOCIAL VALUES
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STAKEHOLDERS
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OWNERSHIP
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CAPACITY BUILDING
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FINANCIAL SUPPORT
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TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE
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DECISION MAKING PROCESSES
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DONOR PARTICIPATION
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POLICY OBJECTIVES
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TRAINING
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CIVIL SOCIETY
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NONGOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATION
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ACADEMIC INSTITUTIONS
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PRIVATE SECTOR
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MEDIA ARMED CONFLICT
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ARMS
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CAUSES OF CONFLICT
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CHILD SOLDIERS
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CIVIL CONFLICT
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CIVIL SERVICE
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CIVIL SOCIETY
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COLLABORATION
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COMMUNITIES
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CONFLICT
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CONFLICT COUNTRIES
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CONFLICT MANAGEMENT
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CONFLICT PREVENTION
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CONFLICT RESOLUTION
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CONFLICT RISK
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CONFLICTS
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CORRUPTION
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CREDIBILITY
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DEMOBILIZATION
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DEMOCRACY
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ELECTIONS
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FIELDWORK
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INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY
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INTERNATIONAL DONORS
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INTERVIEWS
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JOURNALISTS
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LEADERSHIP
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LISTENING
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LOCAL CAPACITY
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LOCAL GOVERNMENT
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MILLION PEOPLE
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PEACE
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PEACEMAKING
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POST-CONFLICT
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REBEL ORGANIZATIONS
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RECONSTRUCTION
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RELIGIOUS DIVISIONS
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SELF- INTEREST
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SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
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SOCIAL VALUES
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SOCIALLY SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
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STAKEHOLDER
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STAKEHOLDER WORKSHOP
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STAKEHOLDERS
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TRANSPARENCY
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URBAN AREAS
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VIOLENCE
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VIOLENT CONFLICT
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WEAPONS
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Nigeria - Strategic Conflict Assessment : Methodology, Key Findings and Lessons Learnt
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Fragility, Conflict, and Violence
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Publications & Research :: Brief
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Publications & Research
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http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/2003/05/2637045/nigeria-strategic-conflict-assessment-methodology-key-findings-lessons-learnt-nigeria-strategic-conflict-assessment-methodology-key-findings-lessons-leanrt
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Social, Urban, Rural and Resilience
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Education
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yes
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000090341_20031029094524
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2637045
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27088
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en
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http://www-wds.worldbank.org/external/default/WDSContentServer/WDSP/IB/2003/10/29/000090341_20031029094524/Rendered/PDF/270880CPR0diss1te0no101101May020031.pdf
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Africa
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Nigeria
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Conflict and Development :: Post Conflict Reconstruction
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Peace and Peacekeeping
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Social Development :: Social Conflict and Violence
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Education :: Education and Society
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SDN Resource Management (SDNRM)
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1 of 1

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