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The Conflict Research Programme is funded by UK aid from the UK Government.

delivering robust and operationally relevant evidence that can support more effective development initiatives from DfID...

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The Conflict Research Programme received a £6.68 million grant from the UK Department for International Development  (DfID) and works closely with a designated Conflict Advisor and with the Research and Evidence Division. 

As well as making our publications, reports, policy briefs and digital resources available on this website, outputs from the Conflict Research Programme will be uploaded to DfID's Research for Development web platform.

Tackling the range of issues that result in violent conflict and understanding 'what works?' is a core target for DfID, particularly in its priority countries such as those being studied by the CRP. The programme is tasked with delivering robust and operationally relevant evidence that can support more effective development initiatives from DfID and other donors and partners. 

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RT @ASirkkal: On my desk this week:#MaryKaldor and her theory on (#global) #security cultures. #NewWars. It is rather a good read. https://…

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NEW BLOG | 8 months after the #DRC elections, popular optimism for political reform is waning. Former President… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…

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