Why does research need to consider the dimensions of conflict? What are some of the main domains where conflict can usually occur in a research project ? How can we better address the issue of conflict in a water insecurity research? In this first episode of SUMERNET "Research 4 All" podcast series, we are joined by Dr. Sudarat Tuntivivat, SUMERNET Conflict Sensitivity Advisor, to talk about how to address the issues of conflict in a research project to produce better outcomes.
Episode 01 hosts: May Thazin Aung and Nguyen Nguyen
Sound editing: Rajesh Daniel
Artwork: Kadesiree Thossaphonpaisan; Cover photo by Diego Gennaro on Unsplash
Series producers: Rajesh Daniel and Leonie Pearson
SUMERNET podcasts highlight different aspects of our work on research, policy engagement, capacity building and communications in the Mekong Region.
Visit our website www.sumernet.org to find out more about our work to improve policies and practices in reducing water insecurity in the Mekong Region.
Marshall, Wallace. (2014). From Principle to Practice: A User’s Guide to Do No Harm. CDA Collaborative Learning Projects. Pdf file
UN Online Conflict Sensitivity Course can be found here
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