Insights

19 May 2021

Combating Extortion: One Woman’s Fight to Make a Difference in Guatemala

May 19, 2021 / Catherine Withrow & Jiny Moreno

Under her leadership, Emma Flores has helped to create a safer, more prosperous environment for Guatemalan citizens.

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10 May 2021

Tackling Big Data: What it Takes to Raise an Algorithm

May 10, 2021 / Kelly Garman & Tamara Babiuk

Dexis brought together a team to build a machine learning system ourselves. Our goal was to learn the language of AI directly so we could better engage on more complex queries in non-English contexts.

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13 Apr 2021

The Complexities of Violence: Self-Care and Policing in El Salvador

April 13, 2021 / J. Javier Agosto

El Salvadoran police officers need instruction in self-care and trauma-informed policing, which can improve social cohesion.

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31 Mar 2021

Pandemic Preparedness: Managing Global Health Programs Worldwide

March 31, 2021 /

Global health work is complex even at the best of times. It requires getting the right experts where they are needed most and constantly evaluating interventions to learn and adapt.

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26 Feb 2021

Countering Kremlin Influence in Serbia: Finding What Works

February 26, 2021 /

How can we support Serbia in tackling its critical development challenges?

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10 Feb 2021

Building a NextGen Organization: Dexis Turns 20

February 10, 2021 / Mihir Desai

This year, Dexis is celebrating our 20th anniversary. In recognition, founder and CEO Mihir Desai shares his thoughts about the organization’s path ahead.

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27 Jan 2021

Welcome Aboard: Humanizing New Staff in a Digital World

January 27, 2021 / Mark McEuen

Remote onboarding requires a new level of intentionality to ensure that our newest colleagues are learning what they need to learn and feeling like they are part of a functioning team.

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13 Jan 2021

Mindset Shifts: Using Data-Driven Insights to Counter Disinformation in Bolivia

January 13, 2021 / Jennifer Divis

Pairing the right technical assistance with a committed, mission-driven NGO can lead to significant change.

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2 Dec 2020

Judicial Reform Inspired by the Pandemic: Online Mediation in Kosovo

December 2, 2020 / Chris Thompson

An event-forcing action shows us the answer lies not in technology or law, but in doing more with less.

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23 Nov 2020

Making it Meaningful: Getting More Women at the Peace Table

November 23, 2020 / Monica Makar

Five things to consider for your next program implementation.

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21 Sep 2020

COVID-19 intensifies the need to be conflict sensitive. Here are 3 ways to integrate into the program cycle.

September 21, 2020 / Kerry Fogarty

This International Peace Day, we take a look at how to approach conflict sensitivity as a mindset and a habit rather than an exercise.

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12 Aug 2020

The Power of Youth for Peace: Views from Three Countries

August 12, 2020 / Megan Smith

How can we support youth to create positive changes for conflict prevention and peacebuilding in their communities?

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