How do we measure peace, and whose peace are we measuring? This insightful, cutting-edge text, global in scope, addresses the wicked, thorny problem of peacebuilding evaluation by gathering contemporary research and best practices for assessing peacebuilding across multiple settings and challenges. Replete with evaluation design models, reflective thinking strategies, collaboration principles, data collection and analysis methods tools, continuous learning practices, and above all, authentic cases, the contributors parse the inherent challenges of conflict and peace. Students entering the field, whether as practitioners, researchers, donors, policymakers, or community organizers, will benefit from this book’s creative approaches, intellectual rigor, and practical examples of navigating and evaluating the political, personal, relational, and institutional challenges of measuring the effectiveness of peacebuilding efforts.
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