Courses

CLIMATE CHANGE: SECURITY CHALLENGES AND RESPONSES

The course is designed for policy makers, representatives of civil society and corporate leaders who are or will be involved in designing policies for dealing with the consequences of a more extreme climate.

Duration

3 days, 17-19 October 2017

How to Anticipate and Deal with the Dangers of Climate Change

Climate change is perhaps the century’s greatest security threat, with the potential to magnify the impact of a host of global challenges, from armed conflict and migration to water, food and health security. This course is designed to equip participants with both conceptual and practical tools to advance understanding of climate change and its impact on global, regional and local security environments and to help devise workable solutions for this multifaceted challenge.

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Training Course

Course on the Protection of Civilians in Armed Conflict

Senior experts and decision makers of armed forces, police, public/civilian administration, NGOs/civil society organizations active in peacekeeping and international crisis management

Duration

6 days

The six-day training course by the Austrian Study Centre for Peace and Conflict Resolution prepares senior decision-makers of armed forces, police, political bodies and non-governmental organizations, as well as individual civilian experts involved in peacekeeping and/or international crisis Management at the operational Level for the challenges in protecting civilian populatins in contexts or the aftermath of armed conflict. Graduates of this course will be provided with a comprehensive understanding of the multiple dimensions and meanings of the protection of civilians. They will have enhanced knowledge of the actors and their roles and responsibilities in the subject matter and be in position to identify Options for coordination and synergies in the implementation of protection for civilians.

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Training Course

Introduction to Conflict Sensitivity in South Sudan

Aid workers and donors working in South Sudan

Duration

29 June 2017

This training by the Conflict Sensitivity Resource Facility is open at no cost for aid workers and donors working in South Sudan, and will provide an introduction to conflict sensitive approaches to humanitarian and development assistance. Registration will be capped at 25, and applicants will be accepted on a rolling basis.

Time: 9:30am to 4.30pm
Location: Juba, South Sudan
Venue: will be communicated

To register for the event please email David Otim at dotim@csrf-southsudan.org

Training Course

Climate Change: Security Challenges and Responses, 2017

Policy makers, representatives of civil society and corporate leaders who are or will be involved in designing policies for dealing with the consequences of a more extreme climate.

Duration

17 - 19 October 2017

Climate change is perhaps the century’s greatest security threat, with the potential to magnify the impact of a host of global challenges, from armed conflict and migration to water, food and health security. This course is designed to equip participants with both conceptual and practical tools to advance understanding of climate change and its impact on global, regional and local security environments and to help devise workable solutions for this multifaceted challenge.

For any details regarding the course Climate Change: Security Challenges and Responses, 2017, kindly follow the link.

Training Course

Human Rights & Conflict Transformation Training

Peacebuilding, development and humanitarian practitioners and academics interested in bridging concepts with practical knowledge, good practices and lessons learned from field-based linkages between human rights & conflict transformation

Duration

31 May - 2 June 2017

Human rights and conflict transformation are instrumental for achieving sustainable peace and development. Despite wide recognition that the fields of human rights, peacebuilding and development work in and on similar contexts, they are often perceived as distinct disciplines. This training seeks to go beyond this divide and aims at exploring how human rights and conflict transformation offer different types of insights to similar contexts, and exploring how they can complement one another both practically and conceptually. It also recognizes that certain challenges and dilemmas arise when linking human rights and conflict transformation, and considers strategies for addressing these.

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