Conflict Sensitive Strategies in Education

Conflict sensitive education refers to the design and delivery of education programs and policies in a way that considers the conflict context and aims to minimize the negative impact (contribution to conflict) and maximize positive impact (contribution to peace).

Update from INEE

Incorporating Conflict Sensitive Strategies into the INEE-Education Cluster EiE Training Package
INEE

This document has been added to Module 0-Guidance and Time Tabling in order to incorporate a conflict sensitive component to the INEE-Education Cluster EiE Training Package. The purpose of this document is to help workshop facilitators highlight conflict sensitive education (CSE) strategies relevant to the topics of the modules in the training package. Only the modules most relevant to CSE strategies are included. The text is drawn from the INEE Guidance Note on Conflict Sensitive Education, specifically the Quick Reference Tool.

More information regarding the CSE Pack can be found on the INEE Toolkit and the INEE Website. CSE Training Materials are also available here. The complete INEE-Education Cluster EiE Training Package and supporting resources can be found on the INEE Toolkit or the INEE Website
It is worth exploring the difference between conflict sensitivity and peacebuilding-
Peacebuilding and Conflict Sensitivity: Is there a difference?
Collaborative Learning Projects

We use these words a lot and they mean different things to different people. Does the difference matter? How does the difference shape the way we deliver social programs in conflict affected contexts? Researchers Peter Woodrow and Diana Chigas answer these questions and more in their paper, “A Distinction With a Difference: Conflict Sensitivity and Peacebuilding.”
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