The objective of the meeting was to present and discuss the findings of the Policy Gap Analysis (PGA) document, which is a comprehensive assessment of the policy gaps at the national level in priority sectors that serve peacebuilding in the country using the long-term vision for Syria 2030 as a benchmark. The PGA highlights challenges for the peacebuilding phase in Syria by examining the impact and cross-impacts of the conflict on each of the four peacebuilding priorities as stipulated by NAFS: 1- Emergency Response, Relief and Humanitarian Work (Return and Local Response), 2- Building a Legal Framework and Institutional Rehabilitation, 3- Reconciliation and Social Cohesion, 4- Rehabilitation of Physical and Social Infrastructure.
Meeting on Policy Gap Analysis, 24-25 September 2018
Technical Dialogue Events
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