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
- Understanding Livelihood Solutions Under Protracted Forced Displacement: The Case of Homs’ Refugees Population in Lebanon
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Building on the Strategic Policy Alternatives Framework (SPAF) document published in 2017 and taking into consideration the developments of the conflict in Syria which have changed the power dynamics and brought about deep transformations in the Syrian society and economy in… Read More
The identified goal of this consultation meeting is to update the economic indicators and data in Syria during the conflict period and gain different expert opinions on the reliability and precision of this data.