Courses

The 19th School of Peace Studies and Conflict Transformation

Duration

26 Oct 2019 to 08 Nov 2019

The International Institute of Peace and Development Studies (IIPDS) is calling for applications from peace activists, community development workers, scholars, journalists and youth, women and religious leaders for its next School of Peace Studies and Conflict Transformation Course. The two-week course will take place in Bangkok, Thailand, from 26th October – 8th November 2019. It will include workshops, lectures and exposure visits to local communities and peace initiatives.

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Training Course

Women, Peace & Security reloaded - Gender-Sensitive Approaches in Peace Missions

Duration

5 days

Women’s empowerment, protection and participation in the context peace and security have gained momentum with the adoption of UNSC Resolution 1325 in 2000. Today, almost 20 years and several resolutions, action plans and projects later, many still struggle to consider inclusivity and gender sensitivity in their work in peace operations. There is still considerable room for improvement in overcoming stereotypes about women and men in peace and security and mainstreaming gender-sensitive approaches across peace operations. At the same time, the adoption of gender-sensitive perspective and practice is essential to effective, efficient and professional practice of crisis management and peacebuilding.

Taking stock of these developments, the Police College Baden-Württemberg and ZIF are relaunching the Women, Peace and Security course, building on almost 20 years of experiences and lessons learned on gender-sensitive approaches in the context of EU, UN, OSCE and other peace missions. This course provides the essential knowledge on this topic and equips participations with tools and skills on how to develop gender-sensitive approaches and projects in peace operations.

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Making Mediation & Peace Processes Work: Peacemaking in Deeply Divided Societies and Challenging Contexts

Duration

3 days

Making Mediation & Peace Processes Work: Peacemaking in Deeply Divided Societies and Challenging Conflicts is a three-day Advanced Professional Training designed for governments, UN agencies and missions, and national and international organisations working with mediation, negotiations, dialogue processes (from community to national and inter-party levels), peacemaking, and peace processes. The programme is intended for expert mediators and parties to mediation and negotiation processes seeking to identify measures to strengthen and improve their processes.

This training is organised by PATRIR and facilitated by an expert practitioner. The programme will assist those involved in mediation and peacemaking efforts – before, during or postwar – to address key challenges and explore practical ways of improving the quality and results of their mediation and peacemaking processes.

For more details about the course Making Mediation & Peace Processes Work: Peacemaking in Deeply Divided Societies and Challenging Contexts, kindly follow the link. 

Training Course

Ne Pas Nuire / Approche sensible au conflit dans les projets d’urgence et développement

Cette formation est une introduction à l’approche « Ne Pas Nuire » (Do No Harm) et à la sensibilité au conflit dans les projets d’urgence et de développement. 

La formation a trois objectifs principaux :

  • Transmettre les principes “Ne Pas Nuire” (Do No Harm) et de sensibilité au conflit dans le cadre des urgences humanitaires et des projets de développement ;
  • Équiper les participants avec des outils d’analyse de conflit qui peuvent être appliqués à tous contextes d’intervention ;
  • Fournir aux participants les éléments de programmation “sensibles au conflit”.

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Training Course

Prisons : prévenir la torture et les mauvais traitements

Duration

14 octobre – 17 novembre 2019

Cette formation aborde les notions essentielles et les grands principes internationaux relatifs à la lutte contre la torture et les mauvais traitements dans les lieux de détention, y compris les conditions carcérales. Clôture des inscriptions : 9 septembre 2019.

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