Events

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Human Rights & Conflict Transformation

Training at swisspeace in Basel

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.

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Wednesday, 31. May 2017 (All day)
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Friday, 2. June 2017 (All day)

South Sudan - Lessons for Peace & Conflict Studies?

swisspeace summer school in Basel

How can peace and conflict studies contribute to understanding the conflict dynamics in South Sudan, and how can insights from South Sudan advance academic research? swisspeace’s 5-day summer school provides an overview of current academic and policy debates on conflict resolution, peacebuilding and state building and critically reflects on their relevance for the South Sudan context.

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Monday, 3. July 2017 (All day)
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Friday, 7. July 2017 (All day)

CAS Civilian Peacebuilding Essentials

Training at swisspeace in Basel

Civilian peacebuilding plays a crucial role in efforts to transform violent conflict, promote peace, rebuild war-torn societies and prevent the recurrence of violence. This postgraduate course provides a holistic understanding of civilian peacebuilding. It analyzes theories, concepts, debates, policies and practices in:

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Friday, 1. September 2017 (All day)
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Friday, 31. August 2018 (All day)

Dealing with the Past & Conflict Transformation Course

Training at swisspeace in Basel

Finding a way to deal with a violent past following events such as civil war, the end of an authoritarian regime or occupation, is often argued to be the basis for lasting peace, democracy and rule of law. International advocacy networks, norms and legal frameworks support national and local actors in the design of mechanisms and processes like truth commissions, tribunals or commemorations. The interactions of these actors shape whether a particular dealing with the past process succeeds in being locally relevant and effective.

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Monday, 11. September 2017 (All day)
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Friday, 15. September 2017 (All day)