Fragility Forum 2020

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The Fragility Forum is a high-level event organized by the World Bank Group which brings together practitioners and policymakers from around the world to exchange knowledge and experience on engaging in environments affected by fragility, conflict and violence (FCV).

Over three days, the Forum aims to provide an opportunity to harness the collective brain trust of stakeholders coming from government, international institutions, donor agencies, private sector, civil society, academia and media to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of development approaches to achieve lasting impact. It has been held three times previously.

The 2020 Fragility Forum will focus on implementation challenges and ways to achieve lasting impact for countries affected by fragility, conflict and violence.  

The Forum’s sessions - selected through a global Call for Proposals - will focus on five themes: 

  1. Integrated approaches that bring together actors across humanitarian, development and peace sectors, building on each partner’s comparative advantage, mandate, resources and capabilities;
  2. Responses focused on the inclusion of women;
  3. Approaches inclusive of the private sector and the business community to give it a greater role in responding to diverse FCV situations;
  4. Regional and cross border responses; and
  5. Scaled-up monitoring and evaluation to build up data and evidence of best practice interventions in addressing the sources of FCV and the factors of resilience.

For more information about the programme and registration please visit the website.

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