Evaluation Criteria

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PRAGMORA PROCESS – EVALUATION CRITERIA

CRITERIA FOR EVALUATING EACH POTENTIAL ADVOCACY ACTION

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1. Could advocating this measure do harm?

Is there any way that an international advocacy campaign for this measure or the actual implementation of this measure could exacerbate a conflict, destabilize a situation, put lives at risk, or otherwise do harm?

2. Is there a possibility of success?

What is the likelihood that an international advocacy campaign could successfully influence or pressure decision-makers to implement the measure?

3. If implemented, to what extent would it foster peace?

Would it have a notable impact in helping to resolve the conflict and/or foster a stable peace?

The thinking process behind evaluating the possibility of success is heavily informed by the Harvard Negotiation Project’s approach to “Getting to Yes.”


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Former child soldiers in the DR Congo

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