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Guidelines on Understanding and Integrating Local Perceptions in UN peacekeeping
These guidelines apply to all field-based civilian and uniformed peacekeeping personnel who interact with members of the population of the host country as part of the execution of their duties, as well as those who are responsible for situational analysis, integrated planning, identifying trends, and devising recommendations for mission strategy. They will be useful to senior mission leadership and planning personnel in DPKO in formulating strategies for mandate implementation, making decisions about resource allocation, and monitoring and reporting on progress. The guidelines are divided into three areas, each of which has elements that apply at both the strategic and operational levels: 1) Applications of local perceptions, 2) Tools for gathering local perceptions 3) Risks, constraints and challenges.
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