Hierarchical Intervention Levels

 

Hierarchical Intervention Levels

Robert Stains talks about conducting dialogue groups both at the grassroots level and at the level of leadership.
Helen Chauncey says intervenors must make the effort to link the grassroots to those in power.
Tamra d'Estrée observes that getting people of similar "levels" or professions from opposing sides together can be an eye-opening experience.
Mary Anderson describes the minimum requirements for successful conflict analysis, and also presents a matrix which helps to understand where in the peacebuilding system a particular intervention fits.
Wallace Warfield describes how one identifies the real leaders in a group.
Angela Khaminwa and Sarah Peterson discuss ways to "scale up" coexistence work to the national level to address issues of structural violence.
Chester Crocker describes the importance of having communication channels to real decision makers. He also describes and interesting model for peace agreement implementation and monitoring.
Helen Chauncey discusses who you work with when doing coexistence work.