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Religions, Volume 10, Issue 12 (December 2019)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) ‘Risk assessment’ in peacebuilding has become a standard element of project design, including in [...] Read more. ‘Risk assessment’ in peacebuilding has become a standard element of project design, including in the relatively new discipline and practice of ‘Religious Peacebuilding’. This means that organizations increasingly attempt to understand the associated risks to projects with a religious dimension often without any specific guidelines, and in many cases, any relevant knowledge or previous experience of working with religious actors in peacebuilding. Consequently, the primary objective of this paper is to propose the first risk assessment framework for peacebuilding projects which explicitly focuses on religious dimensions and actors. The framework is based on an analysis of case studies and project evaluations from a number of contexts and has the potential to make a tangible difference to the efficacy and impact of peacebuilding projects in a variety of post-conflict contexts. View this paper