"We Need to do it for Ourselves" An Evaluation of the CSVR Ex-Combatant Policy Dialogue Project

"We Need to do it for Ourselves" An Evaluation of the CSVR Ex-Combatant Policy Dialogue Project

This paper reports on an evaluation that was conducted of the CSVR Ex-combatants/Military Veterans Policy Dialogue Project. The purpose of the evaluation was to ascertain the impact (if any) that the ex-combatant policy dialogue workshops had on stakeholders, particularly ex-combatants. This would give an indication whether policy dialogue workshops are a good way of advancing the development of ex-combatant reintegration policies.

 

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Cyril Adonis
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Dr. Cyril Adonis is a former CSVR Project Manager in the Transitional Justice Program (TJP) . The primary focus of his research to develop evidence-based interventions, and support advocacy efforts aimed at reducing violence, advancing human rights, and, fostering reconciliation.

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