New research: Conflict sensitivity for interfaith action

Michelle Garred, PhD, and Johonna McCants-Turner, PhD, recently teamed up to produce two exciting new resources: Johonna and Michelle also spent some time with Interfaith America staff in a conflict sensitivity workshop, discussing the applications of this global approach within the USA.  Key Points in a Nutshell The conflict sensitivity approach, particularly the tool calledContinue reading “New research: Conflict sensitivity for interfaith action”

What is faith-sensitive evaluation?

Fresh from this year’s PeaceCon@10 event, session video is now available for: Faith-Sensitive Design, Monitoring & Evaluation: How Does it Work in Practice? A growing interaction between faith-inspired and secular peace practitioners has led to a new concept: ‘faith-sensitive design, monitoring and evaluation’ (DME). The core proposition of faith sensitivity is that mainstream DME approachesContinue reading “What is faith-sensitive evaluation?”