The social stability sector complements efforts of other sectors to mitigate tensions resulting from the profound impact of the crisis on local communities, through a comprehensive set of interventions at local and national level, which emphasize institution building to tackle both the expression of conflict and causes of community tensions. The sector capacitates communities and institutions to deal with tensions generated by the crisis so that they are managed peacefully, in a way that is not conducive to collective violence or rights’ abuse. It does so by setting up dialogue fora and committees at the community level to react and manage tensions, by supporting municipalities and other local and national institutions capacity to manage the local pressure generated by the crisis, and by alleviating sources of pressures and tensions through the implementation of targeted community support or basic services projects. This section of the web portal is designed to host the coordination documents of the working group including: - the group's work plan, terms of reference, meeting schedule, meeting agendas and minutes, assessment reports (joint assessments and individual agency assessments). Inquiries are welcome, so please refer to the Key Contacts below to get in touch for further information or coordination.
The conflict mapping/conflict analysis is a project by Lebanon Support in collaboration with the Peace Building in Lebanon Project at the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). The objective of the map is to provide different partners involved in peace-building, humanitarian and stabilization activities in the country with accurate data and relevant information on areas prone to conflict. The conflict map tracks incidents, protests and mobilization, and conflicts between individuals/groups/communities and maps their location throughout Lebanon, and is continuously updated. The project also produces a more qualitative analysis of conflict dynamics and particular trends, with regular conflict analysis articles, briefs and reports.