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Conflict Sensitivity Supplement to UNDAF 2013- 2017: Guidelines for Developing Detailed Profiles for Country Analysis for Nepal
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The purpose of this supplement is to further explain and assist drafters in the use of the ‘conflict lens’ and do-no-harm approach mentioned in the core document. This should not be regarded as a comprehensive guide to Conflict Analysis but as guideline to ensure that as a minimum, the process does not lead to harm being done. When considering vulnerability you are likely to find that vulnerable groups, (VGs) have been ‘left behind’ or excluded because of one or a number of inequalities, injustices or discriminatory practices in society. Linked to these may be a number of tensions or disputes which can be considered as ‘conflicts’. Conflict can be understood as an interaction between at least two actors, whereby:
•One of the actors experiences damage or harm
•the other actor causes this damage intentionally, or ignores it.
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CONFLICT, DOCUMENTS, DISCRIMINATION, INEQUALITY, DISPUTES, DISTRIBUTION, DAMAGE, VIOLENCE, CONFLICT LENS, CIVIL SERVANTS, PEACE, DO NO HARM APPROACH, ASSISTANCE, HARM
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 UN : International Peace and Security
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14.05.02  -  Psychology
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