Learning to adapt when measuring change
This report highlights a number of recommendations that can help facilitate more responsive programming learning within M&E frameworks. Central to this is shifting a focus away from developing sets of rigid indicators and instead concentrating on M&E frameworks as a process, looking at how local actors can be more involved in developing M&E, encouraging shared learning across
stakeholders and generating an environment that can make sense of contextual changes and approve adaptations of programmes.
On 11th April 2017, Peace Direct was delighted to partner with Humanity United, the Carnegie Corporation of New York, the Compton Foundation, and others for the War Stories Peace Stories Symposium: a day of intense and inspiring discussion on the power of stories to end wars and bring about peace. We share some photos. Read more »
This week marks the 24th anniversary of the Rwandan Genocide. At this time of remembrance, we reflect upon the legacy of the tragedy, and share our thoughts on the typically understated role of local agency in the Republic of Rwanda's remarkable post-conflict transformation. Read more »
On March 24th, 2018, Peace Direct joined the March for Our Lives demonstration in Washington, DC calling for common-sense gun reform in the aftermath of the Marjory Stone Douglas school shooting in Parkland, Florida. Peace Direct's Administrative and Development Assistant Christine Trillana shares her experience. Read more »