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Peace Exchange RISK & RESILIENCE TO CONFLICT & VIOLENCE CAMPAIGN TOOLKIT

From September – December 2020, Peace Exchange, in partnership with Alliance for Peacebuilding, launched the Risk and Resilience to Conflict and Violence (RRCV) Campaign. The campaign aimed to bring together practitioners and researchers from the conflict and violence prevention, peacebuilding, and countering violent extremism spaces to develop a common understanding of community-level risk and resilience factors to conflict and violence. The RRCV campaign organized webinars, shared resources and tools, and highlighted other organizations’ and members’ research and work on these issues.

With this toolkit, we encouraged users to promote the campaign and adjust the content for their audiences by featuring projects, images and stories from their communities.

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CAMPAIGN OUTREACH MESSAGING

  • Peace Exchange’s Risk and Resilience to Conflict & Violence Campaign aims to bring together practitioners and researchers from the conflict and violence prevention, peacebuilding, and countering violent extremism spaces to develop a common understanding of community-level risk and resilience factors to conflict and violence. Learn more about the campaign and how you can engage with us here: http://ow.ly/iQ5F50BmuZs
  • Peace Exchange’s Risk and Resilience to Conflict & Violence Campaign aims to highlight examples of frameworks to assess risk and resilience factors. Please share your knowledge here: http://ow.ly/Mm1S50BmuWU
  • Peace Exchange’s Risk and Resilience to Conflict & Violence Campaign aims to identify successful examples of programming approaches to reduce risk and build resilience to conflict and violence in communities. Let us know about your successes here: http://ow.ly/Mm1S50BmuWU
  • Peace Exchange’s Risk and Resilience to Conflict & Violence Campaign aims to identify examples of approaches and tools to monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of programming to reduce risk and build resilience to conflict and violence. Please share relevant information and resources here: http://ow.ly/Mm1S50BmuWU
  • Peace Exchange’s Risk and Resilience to Conflict & Violence Campaign aims to better understand how COVID-19 has exacerbated risk of conflict and violence and/or helped to build new forms of resilience to conflict and violence. Please share your resources here: http://ow.ly/Mm1S50BmuWU

MONTHLY FOCUS

  • September 2020: Risk and resilience factors and frameworks
  • October 2020: Programming approaches to reducing risk and building resilience
  • November 2020: Monitoring and evaluating risks and resiliencies
  • December 2020: Understanding how COVID-19 exacerbates risk, and approaches to support resilience to conflict and violence

CAMPAIGN RESOURCES

We encouraged users to download the campaign images and use the hashtags below to enhance their social media posts and engage with us on all social media platforms.

Hashtags: #PeaceExchange #RRCV

Twitter Handles: @USAID @MSIWorldwide @AfPeacebuilding

Facebook Handles: @USAID @MSIWorldWide @AfPeacebuilding

Images can be downloaded from this toolkit by "right-clicking" and saving the image.

September 2020

Focus: Risk and Resilience Factors and Frameworks

Social Media Posts

Twitter: This month, #PeaceExchange is kicking off the Risk and Resilience to Conflict & Violence campaign, which aims to bring the #CVP, #peacebuilding & #CVE communities together to develop a common understanding of risk & resilience factors. Learn more and engage w/ us: http://ow.ly/iQ5F50BmuZs #RRCV

Twitter: #PeaceExchange's Risk and Resilience to Conflict & Violence campaign aims to highlight examples of frameworks to assess risk & resilience factors. Share your knowledge with us here: http://ow.ly/Mm1S50BmuWU #RRCV

Facebook/Email/Web: #PeaceExchange is excited to kick off the Risk and Resilience to Conflict & Violence campaign, which aims to bring together practitioners and researchers from the conflict and violence prevention, #peacebuilding, and #CVE spaces to develop a common understanding of community-level risk and resilience factors to conflict and violence. Learn more about the campaign and how you can engage with us here: http://ow.ly/iQ5F50BmuZs #RRCV

Facebook/Email/Web: #PeaceExchange's Risk and Resilience to Conflict & Violence Campaign aims to highlight examples of frameworks to assess risk and resilience factors. Please share your knowledge with us here: http://ow.ly/Mm1S50BmuWU #RRCV

Webinar - September 23, 2020

Missed September's webinar? Listen to the discussion here.

Twitter: This month, we're kicking off the Risk & Resilience to Conflict & Violence campaign. Join @USAID @AFPeacebuilding @WorldBank @KrocIPJ for a #PeaceExchange webinar to discuss #risk & #resilience factors & frameworks. Sept. 23, 2 pm ET. Register now: http://ow.ly/5IpC50BrkW7 #RRCV

Facebook/Email/Web: Join representatives from USAID, Alliance for Peacebuilding, Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice and the World Bank for the #PeaceExchange Webinar, "Conflict and Violence: Frameworks to Understand Risk and Resilience" for a discussion on how the community is developing the necessary frameworks and approaches to assess risk and resilience. Sept. 23, 2 pm ET. Space is limited so register now: http://ow.ly/5IpC50BrkW7 #RRCV

OCTOBER 2020

Focus: Programming Approaches to Reducing Risk and Building Resilience

Social Media Posts

Twitter: #Peace Exchange's Risk and Resilience to Conflict & Violence campaign aims to identify successful examples of programming approaches to reduce #risk and build #resilience to conflict and violence. Learn more about the campaign here: http://ow.ly/iQ5F50BmuZs #RRCV

Twitter: Are you or your organization working on programming approaches to reduce #risk and build #resilience to conflict and violence in communities? Share your experiences with #PeaceExchange here: http://ow.ly/Mm1S50BmuWU #RRCV

Facebook/Email/Web: Peace Exchange’s Risk and Resilience to Conflict & Violence Campaign aims to identify successful examples of programming approaches to reduce #risk and build #resilience to conflict and violence in communities. Learn more about the campaign and engage with the Peace Exchange community here: http://ow.ly/iQ5F50BmuZs #RRCV

Facebook/Email/Web: Are you or your organization working on programming approaches to reduce #risk and build #resilience to conflict and violence in the communities where you work? Share your experiences with Peace Exchange here: http://ow.ly/Mm1S50BmuWU #RRCV

Webinar - October 14, 2020

Missed October's webinar? Listen to the discussion here.

Twitter: #PeaceExchange's Risk & Resilience to Conflict & Violence campaign continues w/ another Webinar Wednesday! Join @MercyCorps to learn how they're putting the concepts of #risk & #resilience into practice. Oct. 14, 11 am ET. Register now: http://ow.ly/pA8N50BMrqY #RRCV

Facebook/Email/Web: Building community-level #resilience to conflict and violence has become an important lens for #peacebuilding approaches, and yet the concepts of #risk and #resilience are still not widely agreed upon in this space. Join Mercy Corps for a Peace Exchange webinar to learn how they're putting these concepts into practice through programming. Space is limited, so register today! Oct. 14, 11 am ET: http://ow.ly/pA8N50BMrqY #RRCV

NOVEMBER 2020

Focus: Monitoring and Evaluating Risks and Resiliencies

Social Media Posts

Twitter: #PeaceExchange's Risk and Resilience to Conflict & Violence campaign continues this month with a look at approaches and tools being used to monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of programming to reduce #risk and build #resilience. Learn more here: http://ow.ly/iQ5F50BmuZs #RRCV

Twitter: Are you aware of approaches or tools that are being used to monitor & evaluate the effectiveness of programming to reduce #risk & build #resilence in conflict settings? Share relevant info and resources here: http://ow.ly/Mm1S50BmuWU #RRCV

Facebook/Email/Web: #PeaceExchange's Risk and Resilience to Conflict & Violence campaign continues this month with a deeper look at approaches and tools that are being used to monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of programming to reduce #risk and build #resilience. Learn more about the campaign here: http://ow.ly/iQ5F50BmuZs #RRCV

Facebook/Email/Web: Are you or your organization aware of approaches or tools being used to monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of programming to reduce #risk and build #resilience in conflict-affected settings? Share relevant information and resources here: http://ow.ly/Mm1S50BmuWU #RRCV

Webinar - November 20, 2020

Missed November's webinar? Listen to the discussion here.

Twitter: #PeaceExchange's Risk & Resilience to Conflict & Violence campaign continues w/ another webinar. Join @USAID to explore its work in #Ethiopia and the #Sahel to reduce risks to violence & conflict. Nov. 20, 11 am ET. Register now: http://ow.ly/mcO750CfJij #RRCV

Facebook/Email/Web: USAID’s programming in complex environments takes a multi-sectoral approach to build resilience to shocks and stresses that emerge from conflict and violence. Join us for a #PeaceExchange webinar to explore USAID’s work in Ethiopia and the Sahel to reduce risks to violence and conflict, including evidence about what has or hasn’t worked to improve individual- and community-level #resilience. Nov. 20, 11 am ET. Register now: http://ow.ly/mcO750CfJij #RRCV

DECEMBER 2020

Focus: Understanding how COVID-19 Exacerbates Risk and Approaches to Support Resilience to Conflict and Violence

Social Media Posts

Twitter: This month, #PeaceExchange will conclude the Risk and Resilience to Conflict & Violence Campaign with a look at how #COVID19 has exacerbated the risk of #conflict & #violence and adaptive approaches to support #resilience. Engage with us: http://ow.ly/iQ5F50BmuZs #RRCV

Twitter: Are you or your organization working to understand how #COVID19 has affected the risk of #conflict and #violence and adaptive approaches to support #resilience? Share your experiences with #PeaceExchange here: http://ow.ly/Mm1S50BmuWU #RRCV

Facebook/Email/Web: This month, Peace Exchange will conclude the Risk and Resilience to Conflict & Violence Campaign by looking at how #COVID19 has exacerbated the risk of conflict and violence and/or helped to build adaptive approaches to support #resilience. Learn more and engage with us as the campaign comes to an end: http://ow.ly/iQ5F50BmuZs #RRCV

Facebook/Email/Web: Are you or your organization working to understand how #COVID19 has affected the risk of #conflict and #violence and adaptive approaches to support #resilience? Share your experiences and resources with #PeaceExchange here: http://ow.ly/Mm1S50BmuWU #RRCV

Webinar - December 16, 2020

Missed December's webinar? Listen to the discussion here.

Twitter: The #PeaceExchange Risk and Resilience to Conflict & Violence Campaign concludes with a final webinar. Join reps from @intalert, HOPe and @USAID as they discuss the risks & opportunities of virtual #peacebuilding. Dec. 16, 11 am. Register today: http://ow.ly/6s3l50CB1aV #RRCV

Facebook/Email/Web: This month, #PeaceExchange will conclude the Risk and Resilience to Conflict & Violence Campaign with a final Webinar Wednesday. Join representatives from International Alert, HOPe and USAID as they highlight both the risks and opportunities for virtual #peacebuilding and discuss lessons learned from adaptions made in 2020. December 16, 11 am. Space is limited so register today: http://ow.ly/6s3l50CB1aV #RRCV