Climate Sensitive Programming for Sustaining Peace

14 June 2022 - 17 June 2022
Entebbe, Uganda

This course equips participants with the tools to conduct localized climate risk assessments and integrate them into programmatic planning throughout the stages of a peacebuilding programme life-cycle from early warning and response to mediation and peacekeeping. This edition of the course will take place in person in Entebbe, Uganda.

14 June - 17 June 2022

Based on a partnership between adelphi and UNSSC, this course will assist practitioners in identifying entry points for integrated climate adaptation and peacebuilding programming (e.g. natural resources access and management, climate resilient livelihoods, climate and conflict sensitive adaptation). The course will also elaborate on climate-sensitive approaches which help to advance social cohesion, gender equality, inclusive governance systems to overcome exclusion and marginalization.

Upon successful completion of this programme, participants will gain a first understanding of:

  • The different methodologies, techniques and tools to analyse climate-related risks; 
  • The translation of climate and fragility risk assessments into integrated climate adaptation and peacebuilding programming; 
  • Priorities, entry points and change paths based on conflict- and climate-sensitive analyses;
  • Participatory, gender- and conflict-sensitive methodologies and programmes, accounting for climate risks.

Register for the course by 27 May 2022.

 

This description was excerpted from unssc.org.