Generations For Peace institute's publications

For Generations For Peace and its Institute, research serves as a guide to assist in the crafting and maintaining of high quality, tailor-made programmes; as a knowledge-base to inform our curriculum and training materials; and as a tool to gain support from donors, stakeholders and academia.
The research results in relevant publications that can be distributed to our volunteers, donors and funders, local partners and stakeholders so as to demonstrate the change Generations For Peace programming is making. We recognise that in today’s day and age, one needs first to provide evidence of success in order to obtain support. The research we produce acts as that evidence for us.


Mapping Projects

Sport and Peace: Mapping the Field (2011)
Full Report


Programme Research

Generations For Peace Jordan Schools Programme: Participatory Evaluation (2015/2016)
Full Report
Generations For Peace’s Jordan Violence in Schools Programme: Gendered Communications Patterns and Programme Impact on Beneficiary Community (2014)
Full Report
Generations For Peace Programmes in Kaduna, Nigeria: Monitoring & Evaluation Capability and Programme Impact (2013)
Full Report
The Ties That Bind: Monitoring and Evaluation Report of Generations For Peace Activities in Sri Lanka and Nepal (2013)
Full Report
Generations For Peace Programmes in the West Bank: Monitoring and Evaluation Capability and Impact (2012)
Executive Summary
Theories of Change: Empowering All Social Groups in Generations For Peace’s Accra Programme (2015)
Executive Summary
Creating A Significant Impact: Using the Most Significant Change Technique to Evaluate Generations For Peace’s Programming in the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (2015)
Executive Summary
Jordanian Hosts and Syrian Refugees: Comparing Perceptions of Social Conflict and Cohesion in Three Host Communities (2015)
Executive Summary
Breaking Down and Building Up Participation: A  Comparative Study of Fifteen Participatory Evaluations in Nine Countries (2016)
Executive Summary
Cascading Peace: An Analysis of GFP’s Volunteer-based Peace-Building Model (2016)
Executive Summary
Jordanian Hosts and Syrian Refugees: Comparing Perceptions of Social Conflict and Cohesion in Three Host Communities (2105)
Full Report
Generations For Peace Jordan Schools Programme: Participatory Evaluation (2014/2015)
Full Report
Generations For Peace Programmes in the West Bank: Monitoring and Evaluation Capability and Impact (2013)
Intermediary Report

Generations For Peace Programmes in Kaduna, Nigeria: Monitoring & Evaluation Capability and Programme Impact (2013)
Executive Summary
The Ties That Bind: Monitoring and Evaluation Report of Generations For Peace Activities in Sri Lanka and Nepal (2013)
Executive Summary
Generations For Peace Programmes in the West Bank: Monitoring and Evaluation Capability and Impact (2012)
Full Report
Theories of Change: Empowering All Social Groups in Generations For Peace’s Accra Programme (2015)
Full Report
Creating A Significant Impact: Using the Most Significant Change Technique to Evaluate Generations For Peace’s Programming in the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (2015)
Full Report
Breaking Down and Building Up Participation: A  Comparative Study of Fifteen Participatory Evaluations in Nine Countries (2016)
Full Report

Conflict Analysis

Overcoming Geopolitics: Grassroots Transformation and the Georgian-Abkhazian and Georgian-Ossetian Conflicts (2014)
Full Report
South Sudan: Conflict Mapping, Ontological Security and Institutionalised Conflict (2014)
Full Report
Anything but War is Good Enough – Conflict Mapping, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina (2015)
Full Report
Overcoming Geopolitics: Grassroots Transformation and the Georgian-Abkhazian and Georgian-Ossetian Conflicts (2014)
Executive Summary
South Sudan: Conflict Mapping, Ontological Security and Institutionalised Conflict (2014)
Executive Summary
Anything but War is Good Enough – Conflict Mapping, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina (2015)
Executive Summary

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