Continental Structural Conflict Prevention Framework
Peace and Security Department
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The AU’s Continental Structural Conflict Prevention Framework (CSCPF) has been developed to facilitate a Commission-wide coordinated approach to structural conflict prevention. It seeks to identify and address structural weaknesses which often evolve overtime, with a potential to cause violent conflicts if they remain unaddressed. The CSCPF defines preventive action as involving both a direct and operational focus of intervening before large-scale violence occurs as well as a structural, strategic focus of addressing the structural causes of conflict.
SubjectCountry Structural Vulnerability and Resilience Assessments (CSVRAs)
Country Structural Vulnerability Mitigation Strategies (CSVMS)
Continental Structural Conflict Prevention