Folder Resources for Peacebuilders
The resources you will find here are those that can generally be found in various places around the web, though some are original documents from MPI or our colleagues, facilitators or resource persons. We have tried to catagorize them in ways relevant to MPI alumni and the courses offered during MPI's Annual Peacebuilding Training.
We welcome other resources that you feel could be posted here as long as they are ones that can be made publically available or are in the public domain. If you would like to share something here, please contact us.
The resources found here are general publications or materials regarding peacebuilding. As with other materials, they are generally readily available online or we post them with permission. If you have any suggestions for resources we could post here, please contact us.
In this category you will find various training manuals that can be found freely available online. All are directed primarily at peacebuilding and conflict transformation or important related trainings.
These resources are for those wishing to utilize narratives and story-telling in peacebuilding work and in dealing with trauma as a result of conflict.
Documents and materials in this section are those related to Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning. Some are specfic to peacebuilding M, E, & L, while others are more general M, E, & L resources.
The resources in this category are those related to peacebuilding and the arts.
Resrouces related to the intersection of Peacebuilding and Human Rights
Resources related to new media and technologies, such as social media.
The following materials are related to Resource-Based Conflicts, primarily those involving indigenous communities.
In coordination with the United Nations Mediation Support Unit and in collaboration with a number of other mediation institutes and experts, the United States Institute for Peace is developing a series of "best practices" handbooks on key aspects of mediation and peacemaking.
The series is being designed for experienced mediation practitioners and negotiators but will be a valuable resource for students and policymakers. Future handbooks include: Negotiating with Terrorists, Dealing with the Impact of an International Tribunal on a Peace Process; and Coordinating Track I and II Efforts.