Dialogues with Dexis | Bridging the Gap Between Local, Inclusive, and Conflict-Sensitive Programming Approaches
On December 19, Dexis and featured panelists discussed bridging the gap between local, inclusive, and conflict-sensitive programming approaches.
As a new generation enters the international development workforce, what do they have to teach us about working with younger populations?
Dexis is among the partners selected for the five-year USAID Programming for Prevention and Peacebuilding (P4P2) IDIQ.
In this new role, Natasha Hsi is responsible for Dexis’ USAID portfolio in international development.
A growing line of research reveals that climate change does not indirectly initiate new conflict but exacerbates existing conflicts or social tensions instead.
How can we provide appropriate support to women and girls using trauma-informed approaches?
Improving civic watchdog efforts in Poland, Hungary, and Bulgaria by increasing understanding in communities about rule of law issues and answering to demands for transparency among citizens.
What makes young people want to stay in their home country? Research exists on migration, but little exists on rootedness.
What peacebuilding lessons should development practitioners take from the Sahel experience and consider for Coastal West Africa?
What should you keep in mind when using entertainment like television shows and radio dramas to drive social impact?