Systemic Peacebuilding, Conflict Transformation, Post-War Recovery & Reconciliation: Improving Quality, Effectiveness and Strategic Impact of Peacebuilding Policy and Practice

Systemic Peacebuilding, Conflict Transformation, Post-War Recovery & Reconciliation: Improving Quality, Effectiveness and Strategic Impact of Peacebuilding Policy and Practice

June 20 – 24 2016 – http://www.patrir.ro/trainingtraining@patrir.ro to apply 

“I will not hesitate to unreservedly recommend this programme for all actors in the peacebuilding field. I dare say that without it you stand the risk of missing the mark, with it your chance of success in your endeavours are quite significantly enhanced!” Paul Ebikwo, African Union/United Nations Mission in Darfur (UNAMID) Sudan

 

The PCTR is the only programme of its kind which draws on the latest lessons learned, tools, and methods in peacebuilding and conflict transformation from the practical experience of practitioners and policy makers on five continents to explore all three phases of violence and war – pre-violence, violence, post-violence – and what can be done.

The PCTR includes:

  • The development of practical skills, tools and methods for peacebuilding and conflict transformation;
  • Training in leading methodologies from the field from five continents
  • Review of lessons-learned and best practices in the field drawing from on-the-ground experiences in peacebuilding
  • Tools for strategic planning, designing peacebuilding engagements and conflict transformation strategies
  • Comprehensive Introduction to Conflict Mapping and Analysis and Conflict Intelligence
  • Linkages with gender, human rights, security, democratization, development and nation and state-building with peacebuilding and conflict transformation
  • Methods and strategies for organizations, governments and international institutions to improve and strengthen their ability to support peacebuilding, conflict transformation and post-war recovery, reconciliation and healing
  • How to strengthen sustainable national capacities in countries and areas affected by conflict and to enable a lasting peace

The PCTR is a five-day intensive programme which provides experts, practitioners and policymakers with a forum for reflection and targeted, relevant professional development within a dynamic and stimulating environment. The programme is relevant for those working in political, gender, security, human rights, development, and humanitarian fields, as well as donors and diplomats specialising in areas affected or threatened by war, armed conflict or in post-war situations.

The direct, needs-based skills and knowledge-intensive approach of the PCTR is suitable for senior and executive level field staff, and those in leadership roles in governments and organisations.

 

PCTR PROGRAMME: 

Day 1, Monday

Morning

Welcome and Introduction:
Programme Overview, Participant Aims and Objectives

Peacebuilding, Conflict Transformation & Post-War Stabilisation and Recovery: Operational & Conceptual Framework

Afternoon

Conflict Analysis & Conflict Intelligence: Improving a Key Tool in Effective Policy Development and Peacebuilding Programmes

Conflict Transformation & Peacebuilding Outcomes: Developing Viable, Effective and Sustainable Outcomes which meet the needs of parties

Day 2, Tuesday

Morning

Systemic Peacebuilding: Improving Effectiveness, Coherence and Impact

Peace Profiles: Improving Coordination and Cooperation across Peacebuilding Sectors and Actors

Afternoon

Early Warning & Preventing Armed Conflict: Key Operational and Practical Developments in Making Prevention Effective

Scenario Planning in Peacebuilding: From Reaction to Risk to effective Peacebuilding and Preventing Violence and Crises

Day 3, Wednesday

Morning

Case Study

Peacebuilding and Conflict Transformation During Situations of War/ Armed Violence/Conflict

Afternoon

After War: Key Lessons & Experiences in Stabilisation, Recovery and Reconciliation

Policy Makers’ & Practitioners’ Forum: Identifying Key Lessons

Day 4, Thursday

Morning

Strategic Planning and Design of Peacebuilding Engagements

Afternoon

Strategic Planning and Design of Peacebuilding Engagements (cont.)

Day 5, Friday

Morning

Working Groups: Key Issues in Peacebuilding from Participants’ Needs/Contexts

Moving the Field Forward: How do we do Peacebuilding,Violence Prevention and Post-War Stabilisation and Recovery?

Afternoon

Bringing it Together:
Developing Participants’ Peacebuilding Guides

Peacebuilding Intelligence and Next Steps: Implications for Policy and Practice

Systemic Peacebuilding, Conflict Transformation, Post-War Recovery & Reconciliation: Improving Quality, Effectiveness and Strategic Impact of Peacebuilding Policy and Practice

June 20 – 24 2016 – http://www.patrir.ro/trainingtraining@patrir.ro to apply 

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