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WHEN: Timelines, Triggers, Windows

Chapter 10 in Conflict Assessment & Peacebuilding Planning
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Lisa Schirch

on 19 May 2014

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Transcript of WHEN: Timelines, Triggers, Windows

Chapter 10 in Conflict Assessment & Peacebuilding Planning
WHEN: Timelines, Triggers, Windows
Timeline & legacy
Conflict dynamics & early warning
Trends, triggers, scenarios, & windows
Timeline & Legacy
3 Lenses for Timelines, Triggers, & Windown
Key Questions
What does this lens help us see?
Key Concepts
Chosen trauma refers to historic events that made a group feel helpless, victimized, humiliated.

Chosen glory refers to the shared memory of an event that provided self esteem or a sense of power or even triumph.
Conflict Dynamics & Early Warning
Key Questions
How does this lens contribute to peacebuilding planning?
Key Concepts
Conflict increases and decreases across time.
Conflict dynamics often look like a mountain range, increasing and then decreasing and then increasing again.
There are common patterns for how conflict escalates - at the interpersonal and international levels.
Illustrates different perspectives on historic events that shape the current conflict.
Helps groups discover and understand the experiences of other groups and how these shape their current view of the conflict. This may help groups provide apologies to each other for past harms.
How does this lens contribute to peacebuilding planning?
What does this lens help us see?
Identifies social and communication patterns that indicate if conflct is escalating or deescalating.
Peacebuilding efforts should respond to conflict dynamics.
What does this lens help us see?
Trends, Triggers, Scenarios & Windows
What does this lens help us see?
Identifies times or events that could signal potential for violence or create opportunities for peacebuilding
How does this lens contribute to peacebuilding planning?
Peacebuilding requires careful planning to coincide with potential opportunities and vulnerabilities across time.
This powerpoint is a resource to be used with the book shown here, published by Lynn Rienner/Kumarian Press, 2013.

For more teaching/learning tools, please visit the book's website at:
www.conflict_assessment_and_peacebuilding_planning.org
What points in history do key stakeholders identify as traumatic or memorable in terms of shaping their identities and narratives about the current crisis?

Where is the common ground and where are the differences in the ways stakeholders talk about significant historic events?
Trigger - an event that sets off a chain of reactions with larger implications

Windows of Vulnerability - times, events, places or situations that provide an opportunity for groups seeking power to use violence to seek change.

Windows of Opportunity - provide a possibility of depolarization, inclusivity, harmony, or resilience
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