The International digital conference on global approaches to peace work from 7 to 9 October 2020 invites experts, practitioners, development workers, social workers, educators, teachers, researchers, and students, to discuss how we can actively counteract violent conflicts with courage, creativity and with huge commitment.
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COVID-19 and associated measures have ravaged lives and livelihoods in Latin America, with a particularly stark impact on informal and poor households.
From academia to practical programming, gender has often been equated with “biological sex” and been used as a synonym for women. This undermines the real analytical and emancipatory potential of gender analysis. This course provides counterweight to this tendency, highlighting the role of masculinities in conflict and peacebuilding.
The course "Transformative Peace Education: From Conflict to Dialogue in Theory and Practice" provides theoretical basics informed by current issues as well as insights into proven methods from the Berghof Foundation’s peace education practice in Germany and abroad.
This year, the Zentrumstage will take place on the topic "(Re)thinking Time and Temporalities in Peace and Conflict".
Dialogue is a practical and effective method for transforming conflicts. Given the complexity of today’s conflicts, peace processes require different initiatives to address multiple conflict dynamics and causes. Besides formal peace negotiations and mediation between warring parties, broader peace processes encompass strategic dialogues at various levels of society. Building understanding and trust among diverse societal groups, strategic dialogues have the potential to prevent violence, foster social cohesion, and improve relations between the population and governmental institutions.
What is the significance of religion in peacebuilding around the world? Reflect on the potential religions have for building peace and driving conflict.
Gain insights into research and practice of civilian peacebuilding and broaden your skills to work in fragile contexts.
What is the significance of religion in conflicts around the world and how has it evolved? What can we learn from the contexts of Northern Ireland and Iraq? Apply for the Religion & Conflict Transformation Course and gain a better understanding of the linkage between religion and conflicts.
Understand the complex challenges mediators face when facilitating dialogue at the international level and practice your negotiation and mediation skills.