Policy brief: Perceptions about the EU crisis response in Mali - a summary of perception studies
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This policy brief provides a bottom-up analysis of the impact of the European Union’s (EU) crisis response in Mali. It examines how the EU’s engagement in crisis response is received and perceived by different local actors throughout the conflict cycle. The Malian crisis is cross-imensional, and the EU’s engagement in Mali also includes many different sectors and aspects. However, in this brief we are mainly concerned with how Malian stakeholders perceive the EU’s engagement in the fields of security sector reform (SSR), governance and capacity building, and humanitarian and development aid. This study therefore seeks to unpack whether the EU’s response corresponds to the needs of target groups and if it is perceived as conflict sensitive and reaches vulnerable groups.
This publication is funded under the EU-repo/grantAgreement/EC/H2020/693337/EU/Good intentions, mixed results – A conflict sensitive unpacking of the EU comprehensive approach to conflict and crisis mechanisms/EUNPACK/