Learn how societies emerging from violence and conflict deal with the past and prepare for the future. Finding a way to deal with a violent past in the aftermath of civil war, the end of an authoritarian regime or occupation, is argued by some to be the basis for lasting peace, democracy and the rule of law. This includes the identification of past human rights violations, the prosecution of perpetrators on a national or international level, the rehabilitation of victims, the establishment of truth commissions, reparation programs, guarantees of non-recurrence and commemoration.
Hier finden Sie aktuelle Veranstaltungshinweise der Plattform Zivile Konfliktbearbeitung und ihrer Mitgliedsorganisationen sowie weiterer Akteurinnen und Akteure.
This course covers a consolidated content of a general mediation training and focuses on the practicability in the fields of peacebuilding and development cooperation. It fulfils the requirements of the German Federal Association for Mediation (Bundesverband Mediation) and can easily be topped up for an accreditation.
Learn from experts in the national dialogue & mediation field how to design and implement effective national dialogues.
KURVE Wustrow offers 6 different trainings in 6 weeks (February - March 2019). Topics at the Practitioner Trainings for Nonviolent Conflict Transformation are
Campaigning for Nonviolent Change
Participants are able
• to facilitate the planning process of a nonviolent campaign in their own contexts;
• to select creative forms of actions for successful and sustainable campaigns.
Understand the complex challenges mediators face when facilitating dialogue at the international level and practice your negotiation and mediation skills.
Mediators bring conflict parties to the negotiating table and support them in finding agreements. While mediation used to be a domain reserved exclusively for diplomats and UN envoys, in the last decade the range of actors in the mediation field has broadened and the field has professionalized. In this course, participants gain insights into the complex challenges of peace mediation in today's world.
The International Civilian Peacekeeping and Peacebuilding Training Programme (IPT) offers a Core Course for Peacebuilders at the Austrian Study Centre for Peace and Conflict Resolutions (ASPR) in March 2019.
Am 28./29. März 2019 möchte die Aktionsgemeinschaft Dienst für den Frieden (AGDF) im Rahmen der Zeitgeschichtlichen Tagung "Christliche Friedensarbeit hat Geschichte" in Bonn die Erfahrungen von '50 Jahre aktiv für den Frieden' reflektieren und auf unsere heutige Situation beziehen.
Themen der Tagung mit Zeitzeugen und Historiker*innen sind u.a.:
War and conflict affect women, girls, men and boys in different ways, and yet a gender analysis is often absent from peacebuilding theories and processes. This course challenges participants to think critically about gender and its relevance to the development of lasting and sustainable peace.