What We're Reading

August 2020 | Measuring the Success of Approaches to Community-Based Armed Groups

This month, RESOLVE highlights recommended readings from the RESOLVE Policy Note, “Measuring the Success of Approaches to Community-Based Armed Groups.” In this policy note, author Moritz Schuberth discusses the difficulty of measuring the results and evaluating the impact of various approaches that intervening actors employ to address the challenges of community-based armed groups. To enhance the policy note, the author includes suggested readings on guidance for monitoring and evaluation, key performance indicators, conflict and insecurity data, and global indices.

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Cristina Mattei and Sara Zeige
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2018-01-01
This document provides standards of practice for monitoring, measuring, and evaluating (MM&E) the results of Countering Violent Extremism (CVE) programs and projects, to include projected...
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Georgia Holmer, Peter Bauman, Kateira Aryaeinejad
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2018-09-01
This report considers the various conceptual and practical challenges in measuring the impact and value of programs designed to prevent and counter violent extremism (P/CVE). It examines ...
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John Agoglia, Michael Dziedzic, and Barbara Sotirin
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2010-04-01
Measuring Progress in Conflict Environments (MPICE) provides a system of metrics that can assist in formulating policy and implementing strategic and operational plans to transform confli...
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UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights and UN Department of Peace Operations
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2011-02-01
Building and strengthening the "rule of law" in developing nations, particularly countries in transition or emerging from a period of armed conflict, has become a central focus of the wor...