October 3-7, ForumCiv is organizing a thematic week with several events open to members, partners and local partners. We want to highlight the relevance of applying Rights-Based Approach and the three development perspectives to achieve democracy and universal human rights. Also, promote exchange and knowledge spaces of working with these perspectives at ForumCiv, its members and partners, celebrating our achievements so far.

 

Activities during the week

Monday October 3

Workshop with Sida

 

Facilitated by Ingela Andersson, Sida's policy Specialist Peace and Security. She shares Sida's experiences and challenges in integrating conflict sensitivity and Do-No-Harm in programmes.

Please note that slides 14-17 are a draft idea for Sida's updated guidance on conflict sensitivity in contribution management. It should not yet be referenced and shared broadly. Sida has published similar guidance here in its Peace and Conflict Toolbox  and these documents can still be used until the update is ready.

Tuesday October 4

L.E.A.R.N Session with the Swedish Partnership Programme (SPP)

 

Organizer: ForumCiv (Swedish Partnership Programme)

A digital L.E.A.R.N session about best practices and challenges in integrating ForumCiv’s development perspectives in a practical way.

Presenter

  • Gracious Dzapasi, Partnerships and Networking officer at Youth Empowerment and Transformation Trust (YETT)
  • Sogend Barzani, Policy Developer at LSU - The National Council of Swedish Youth Organisations

The session are structured in the following way:

  • A short introduction from SPP
  • Presentations from SPP partners
  • Q&A with presenters
  • Group discussions
  • Conclusion and reflection

Learn about how other organizations integrate the development perspectives practically in their daily work! 

L.E.A.R.N Session with ForumCiv's regional offices

 

Organizer: ForumCiv's regional offices

We will discuss and reflect on the experiences and challenges related to integrating and mainstreaming ForumCiv's development perspectives in our regional offices. 

Panellists:
Colombia Programme Team
Eastern and Southern Africa Programme Team
Eastern Europe Programme Team

Wednesday October 5

Creating an Environment of Peace: Ensuring a just and peaceful transition

 

Organizer: ForumCiv and SIRPI

In this webinar researchers from the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) will present findings from their recently published Environment of Peace report. The report explores the complex ways in which environmental degradation and climate change interact with peace and security, creating a new era of risk. 

This webinar will focus on the need for a just and peaceful transition to a green economy. It will explore how environmental policies and climate action, if not carried out in a thoughtful and inclusive manner, can cause, or exacerbate conflict. It will also showcase ways in which environmental action can provide an opportunity to build and nurture peace. 

Panellists:

  • Claire McAllister, Project Lead, Environment of Peace initiative at Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI)
  • Emilie Broek, Research Assistant, Climate Change and Risk Programme at Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI)
  • Noah Bell, Project Assistant, Environment of Peace initiative at Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI)

Friday October 7

Coffee with an expert: Wilson James Tutanya

 

Organizer: ForumCiv

Practical examples of the Rights-based approach and our development perspectives using the Right(s) Way Forward methodology.

Expert: Wilson James Tutanya, Right(s) Way Forward Expert at ForumCiv
Moderator: Ludvig Eden