Monitoring Peace and Conflict in the Solomon Islands: Gendered Early Warning Report No. 1 August 2005

Saturday, August 20, 2005
Solomon Is.

This report forms part of the United Nations Development Fund for Women (UNIFEM) project ‘Monitoring Peace and Conflict Using Gendered Early Warning Indicators', implemented in partnership with the National Peace Council (NPC), the Solomon Islands Christian Association (SICA), Vois Blong Mere Solomon, the Department of Home Affairs, and the Department of National Unity, Reconciliation and Peace.

Conflict early warning is the systematic collection and analysis of information from areas of crisis to anticipate the escalation of violent conflict, or increasing peace. The process involves the collection and analysis of data using specific indicators, combined with the development of appropriate response options, which are then communicated to decisionmakers for the purposes of decision-making and action. This project incorporates a gender perspective into each of these processes.

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Gendered Early Warning Signs: Solomon Islands Report 1