Pluralism and Conflict Prevention

A pluralistic approach to conflict prevention requires practitioners to identify the divisions and exclusions in a society that can lead to violence long before conflict is imminent. Paying careful attention to these early warnings of conflict, and addressing them before they are exacerbated, can pave the way for institutional and cultural environments that foster inclusion and thus, more sustainable peace.

An Assessment of Global Values-based Benchmarks and Indicators

Building on the results of previous research for the Global Centre for Pluralism (GCP) that included a scan of audit and assessment tools, my colleague Argyro Kartsonaki and I, in this paper, provide an overview of four existing values-based audit tools and outline...

Audit Tool Survey

Audit tools have significantly grown in popularity over the past decade as part of a global drive to measure the performance of various institutions against a set of indicators and to score performance in a range of indices. In this report for the Global Centre for...

Early Warning through a Pluralism Lens: Assessing Scenario Planning

In this paper for the Global Centre for Pluralism (GCP) I assess whether scenario planning can serve as an approach through which the GCP can establish itself as a credible and effective player in the early warning field by applying its pluralism lens as the focus of...