• FOREWORD
  • ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
  • ABBREVIATIONS AND ACRONYMS
  • PART I: CONCEPTS, POLICIES AND THE EU APPROACH
  • Introduction: The EU’s engagement in situations of conflict and fragility
  • 1 Concepts
  • 1.1 What is a situation of conflict and fragility?
  • 1.2 What is conflict sensitivity, why does it matter to the EU and how do I need to engage differently?
  • 2 The EU approach to conflict and fragility
  • 2.1 What lessons have we learned?
  • 2.2 What is the EU approach?
  • 2.3 What are the relevant policies?
  • 2.4 What EU financial instruments are available?
  • 2.5 What EU tools are available?
  • PART II: PRACTICAL GUIDANCE NOTES
  • Note No 1 Conflict sensitivity and analysis for effective EU external action
  • Note No 2 Programming flexibly for situations of conflict and fragility
  • Note No 3 Promoting democratic governance and human rights in situations of conflict and fragility
  • Note No 4 Promoting resilience in situations of conflict and fragility
  • Note No 5 Identifying and implementing EU modalities and instruments in situations of conflict and fragility
  • Note No 6 Using flexible procedures in situations of conflict and fragility
  • Note No 7 Engaging with national counterparts in situations of conflict and fragility
  • Note No 8 Working with international actors in situations of conflict and fragility
  • Note No 9 Promoting inclusive and sustainable growth in situations of conflict and fragility
  • ANNEXES
  • 1 Glossary
  • 2 EU conflict sensitivity resource pack
  • 3 Bibliography
  • 4 EU responsibilities for fragility and conflict
  • 5 Online knowledge sharing and collaboration platform: Capacity4dev.eu
  • 6 Useful distinctions of situations of conflict and fragility
  • 7 Recipients of EU development assistance considered by the OECD to be in situations of fragility (2009–12)
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  • List of tables