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Supporting conflict sensitivity through country-focused facilities: Lessons from Libya, Lebanon, South Sudan and Yemen, 19.10.2021

Time: Tuesday, 19 October 2021, 1-3pm London time

Launching a new report of the Conflict Sensitivity Community Hub // Registration:

The session is part of the Conflict Sensitivity Conference 2021 and will discuss a new report on country-focused conflict sensitivity facilities that is the result of a CSC Hub-led learning process. Drawing on the work of facilities in Libya, Lebanon, South Sudan and Yemen, the report analyses the purpose and evolution of this model of conflict-sensitivity support as a “public good”, and highlights the lessons that have emerged about what works well and where challenges remain for such mechanisms to help improve the impact of aid in conflict-affected contexts. These facilities have been the first of their kind and all of them are implemented by CSC Hub members.

You are warmly invited to take part in the discussion this report is meant to trigger around quality and responsible aid through conflict sensitivity. During the session, we will present ways to further discuss the topic and the report’s conclusion. Please help us in spreading the message and reach out with any comments or questions on taking this conversation further within your network.

To receive a calendar invite for the Launch, please email “19 October Launch” with your personal information or email signature to

To register for the full conference: Conflict Sensitivity Conference 2021