Conflict responses and dynamics in Northeast Myanmar: A Nexus approach

Conflict responses and dynamics in Northeast Myanmar: A Nexus approach

The EU-funded Durable Peace Program (DPP) engages an integrated approach that works across the “nexus” of humanitarian, development and   peacebuilding efforts to address the protracted conflicts in Kachin and northern Shan States. The changing and complex dynamics of these contexts requires close monitoring of the context and adaptive programming to meet the needs of the beneficiaries and ensure a Do No Harm approach;  this session will discuss how the  DPP has addressed and responded to sensitive conflict dynamics in these areas.  

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Mario Ronconi

Head of Unit DEVCO B2, Resilience, Fragility




Mary Rose O'Brien

Conflict Advisor, Durable Peace Programme, OXFAM



Conference language: English

Language Q&A session: English


Venue: rue de la Loi 43-45, Ground floor, Brussels




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