This Masters thesis seeks to outline the framework for evaluating peacebuilding projects. It identifies the distinguishing features of the evaluations of peacebuilding interventions and criteria used for such evaluations. The framework is then used to evaluate a peacebuilding project implemented in the post-conflict environment of Bosnia and Herzegovina by the local nongovernmental organisation, Nansen Dialogue Centre Sarajevo. The purpose of the evaluation is to assess the impact of the project on the stakeholders involved in the process, and on the broader post-conflict situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The thesis concludes with lessons learnt, and describes the best practices that could be used in similar contexts in the future.
By Eva Komlossyová
PALACKÝ UNIVERSITY IN OLOMOUC (2013)
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