Peer Learning and Fragile-to-Fragile
Peer-to-peer learning is one of the priorities that emerged from the g7+ Haiti Ministerial Meeting in November 2012 and is a key pillar of the Fragile-to-Fragile Cooperation concept. It aims at mobilizing cooperation among member countries, developing a network to share knowledge and expertise among g7+ member countries, and applying the collective skills of the group to the specific challenges each country faces.
Peer learning will thus help the sharing of experiences in peacebuilding and statebuilding, enhance knowledge-generation from g7+ countries, and stimulate specific initiatives to help fill in knowledge and capacity gaps in Peacebuilding and Statebuilding Goals achievement.
The g7+ supports peer-learning and knowledge-generation around the Peacebuilding and Statebuilding Goals by working with member countries and partners to compile and disseminate knowledge on thematic areas, initiate research, data collection and analysis country case studies, and organise knowledge-exchange seminars. The work so far has focused on five key thematic areas: Natural Resource Management, Public Finance management, Access to Justice, Election and Peace and Reconciliation.