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Thematic webinar YPI in French

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2022 Webinars

2021 Webinars

  • Conflict Analysis and Theory of Change

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  • Thematic webinar: Civic Space in French

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  • Introducing GYPI 2021 in English

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  • Introducing GYPI 2021 in Spanish

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  • Introducing GYPI 2021 in French

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Earlier Webinars

Lessons Learned and Good Practices from previous GYPI

Lessons Learned and Good Practices from previous years 

GPI 

  • Good proposals proposed specific and tangible peacebuilding results based on and clearly linked to a thorough gender-sensitive conflict analysis. 

  • Robust theories of change showed how capacity building and organizing of women’s peace constituencies could lead to concrete peacebuilding results. 

  • Successful proposals were able to articulate clearly the link between the proposed interventions and the intended peacebuilding outcome. Projects that focused on GBV or women’s movement building, for example, without a clear and demonstrable link to a peacebuilding result were not successful. 

  • Successful proposals clearly defined WHICH women would be engaged for WHAT reasons and explained HOW they would be identified. 

YPI 

  • Successful proposals were able to demonstrate they were developed in consultation with youth(-led) organizations and reflected their priorities as well as an overall investment in them. 

  • Successful proposals were clearly informed by conflict analysis and peacebuilding needs in the geographical areas targeted by the project. 

  • Good proposals clearly defined WHICH young people would be engaged for WHAT reasons and explain HOW they would be identified.  

  • Successful proposals linked youth’s empowerment and participation to positive peacebuilding outcomes. 

  • The gender dimension of the youth projects needs to be clearly articulated and defined.