Senior Manager, Program Management, United Kingdom Division Daniel Emory
Daniel Emory has more than five years of international development experience supporting USAID and U.K. Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO)-funded projects in west and southern Africa spanning conflict prevention, democracy and governance, and agricultural development. He currently serves as project manager for the Transparency and Accountability for Inclusive Development in Mozambique project, and recently supported a pilot conflict analysis capacity building project in Mali. During the Mali project he helped author the ‘Elite Bargains and Political Deals Toolkit’, a technical guide to implementing a community-level approach to conflict analysis and peacebuilding work. He holds a master’s degree in international affairs from Columbia University and a B.S. in foreign service from Georgetown University.
by Daniel Emory
The toolkit provides peacebuilders with a means to better understand power dynamics in local conflicts. The approaches and activities contained support organizations to develop conflict mitigation, resolution, and prevention techniques that reflect the underlying political and cultural factors that drive conflict.