Many of the areas with high levels of violence are also poor, like this community in the Honduran capital, Tegucigalpa. Photo: Sarah Newnham/Tearfund

From: Footsteps 92

Suggestions for how to analyse and resolve conflicts by facilitating dialogue and seeking peace

Like most conflict analysis tools, the conflict map is best drawn as a group activity, eg with all staff in an organisation or in a community group.

If you are working in conflict, you can use the map to answer questions like:

 If you are working on conflict, you can also use the map to answer:


Use this PDF as a poster, training resource or discussion starter.

Feel free to adapt and translate it. If you need the original file to work with, send an email to publications@tearfund.org

View or download this resource

Get this resource

Similarly Tagged Content

Share this resource

If you found this resource useful, please share it with others so they can benefit too.