7. Other resources
Do No Harm resources
Do No Harm was one of the ‘first generation' tools for conflict sensitivity. It is very widely used, and generally is quite easy to grasp. There are other short documents on the CDA website that also explain the tool.
The Sphere Standards
The Sphere community sets standards for humanitarian action and promotes quality and accountability.
Anderson, Mary. Do no harm: How aid can support peace-or war (1999)
Bloomfield, David, Fischer, Martina & Schmelzle, Beatrix (eds) 2005
Dialogue series no. 4: New trends in peace and conflict impact assessment (PCIA). Berghof Research Centre for Constructive Conflict Management.
Emergency Capacity Building Project (2007).
The Good Enough Guide to Impact Measurement and Accountability in Emergencies. Oxford: Oxfam Publishing.
Fisher, Simon, Ibrahim Abdi, Dekha, Ludin, Jawed, Smith, Richard, Williams, Sue & Williams, Steve 2000.
Working with conflict: Skills and strategies for action. London. Zed Books.
Kornfield, Ruth 2005.
The Impact of Food Aid on Community Power Relations and Social Networks: A Case Study on a Hillside in Burundi. CARE Burundi.