Dilemmas And Experiences Of International Support For Inclusive Peacebuilding


This report examines the current policy context for providing international support to inclusive peacebuilding and identifies how international actors can strengthen their efforts to promote inclusion by learning from previous experience and drawing on new knowledge and approaches. It goes on to look at how international actors have supported inclusion in three very different conflict-affected contexts, Afghanistan, Somalia and Nepal, and asks how international actors have engaged on issues of inclusion in these contexts, what factors shaped this engagement, and what the results have been.

Download the report below, or read the original by the Norwegian Centre for Conflict Resolution here