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The International Peace and Development Training Centre has launched its Autumn - Winter 2018 Training Calendar, with Advanced Professional Trainings and Executive Leadership Courses in both London and Cluj-Napoca. Please email email@example.com with any questions and to obtain an application form.
Local Governance & Sub-National Stabilization, Peacebuilding & Recovery: Strengthening State & Non-State Capabilities for Peacebuilding, Peace Consolidation and Recovery Date and Location: 22nd-25th October, London
The purpose of this course is to provide a framework that outlines what good employee security practice looks like in organisations, where the behaviour of employees can be critical to keeping sensitive organisational assets safe and secure.
The Barcelona International Peace Centre (BIPC) and Transition International (TI) are pleased to announce the Advanced (Re)integration course on Community Based (Re)integration of ex-combatants, returnees, refugees, internally displaced persons, children released from armed forces and groups and other youth at risk, to be held in Barcelona, Spain from the 14th to the 21st December 2018.
Course is designed to provide former NATO CIMIC course’s students with knowledge, skills and tools needed to enhance their CIMIC Liaison capabilities with special reference to multinational and multidimensional contexts which characterize current NATO’s Theatres of Operations. Course content includes CIMIC Liaison Officer’s profile, task and responsibilities, CIMIC Liaison field experiences, Cross Cultural Competence, Civilian environment assessment, Common operational picture.
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The Do No Harm (DNH) concepts are widely used in the humanitarian and development communities and it is one of the best known tools for Peace and Conflict Impact Analysis. Assistance is often misused by people in conflicts to pursue a political or military agenda.
Who is a refugee? What is the legal framework currently applicable to those fleeing states affected by armed conflicts like Syria, Iraq or Afghanistan? What are the related obligations of European states? This course analyses the main international and regional legal norms governing refugee protection. It examines the sources of international refugee law, including the 1951 Geneva Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees, and their interaction with human rights law and international humanitarian law.
This course focuses on the specific issues that arise in times of armed conflict regarding the respect, protection and fulfilment of human rights. It addresses key issues like the applicability of human rights in times of armed conflict; the possibilities of restricting human rights under systems of limitations and derogations; and the extraterritorial application of human rights law.
This course focuses on the functioning and the mechanisms of the United Nations (UN) Human Rights Council, as well as on the dynamics at play in this major human rights body.
An interactive way of teaching empowers participants – both those who already know the HRC from inside and those who are not familiar with this multilateral world of negotiations and politics – to better understand the HRC.
This course aims to study, in depth, an emblematic example of the complexity of international humanitarian law (IHL) and the challenges it raises: the classification of armed conflicts (ACs). The course first analyzes the contours of the various categories of ACs (e.g. international AC, internationalized non-international ACs, wars of national liberation, belligerent occupations, high-intensity and low-intensity non-international ACs) in connection with the traditional distinction between non-international and international ACs.
PBI Colombia abre la convocatoria para la admisión de las solicitudes para la semana de
Encuentro de Formación/Selección de Junio de 2019
(fecha concreta comunicaremos durante el proceso de Entrevistas) que se realizará en España.
The UN system, its Member States, as well as other key partners, all face an array of complex and interrelated challenges to global peace. Overall, the increasingly pervasive impact of many contemporary conflicts and their intractability make focusing on prevention a priority for the international community as a whole.
Each year, the Alliance for Peacebuilding’s Annual Conference gathers together a diverse network of peacebuilders and provides them with the opportunity to share their achievements, insights, and, most importantly, visions for the future of peacebuilding. Over the course of three dynamic days, conference participants have the opportunity to constructively engage in an array of activities and workshops structured around cutting-edge developments in the field of peacebuilding, from neuroscience and psychosocial healing to storytelling and the media.
“Local governments are often the first to collapse when factions fight for territorial control. In post-conflict settings, the state is often unable to effectively reach parts of its territory for years. Given these challenges, it is no surprise that decentralization and local governance provisions are increasingly prominent in peace agreements and national post-conflict peacebuilding agendas.” (UN SSC)
The ENTRi certified CORE COURSE comprises theoretical inputs and practical exercises tailored to the realities in the field. All modules enhance interpersonal skills, highlight the importance of active involvement in the host society, and promote a reflective and critical approach. Junior professionals benefit particularly as they get the opportunity to reflect on their own mission readiness and motivation.
HDFF’s 2-days Stay Safe Basic Skills Training for UN/(I)NGO Staff is a skills training for general staff aimed improving the safety culture of government and UN organizations and (inter)national civilian and corporate organizations. The training is conducted by experienced and culturally sensitive facilitators (also international experienced) in an utmost participatory way.
§ Be able to communicate in crisis
§ Be able to report safety incidents
HDFF’s 2.5-day Stay Safe Training for government, corporate and UN/ Safety Personnel is a safety training that addresses the management and safety related personnel needs of government and UN organizations and (inter)national corporates and organizations. The training is conducted by experienced and culturally sensitive facilitators (also internationally experienced) in an utmost participatory way.
§ To be able to assess risks for staff, programs, and locations
§ To increase risk management capabilities
This five day interactive training will bring together 16-20 practitioners and NGO leaders from across Africa to examine the links between policy and practice in fragile, conflict-affected contexts led by conflict transformation specialist, Dr. Simon Fisher.
The bespoke course is designed to draw on the experience and practice of professionals working in development, humanitarian aid or peacebuilding and aims to strengthen internal policies and programmatic approaches to working in fragile and conflict affected countries.
HDFF’s five-day “Stay Safe Training (HEAT) for government, corporate and UN Safety Personnel” is an ADVANCED safety training that addresses primarily implementing personnel but also management and safety related personnel needs of government, corporate and UN Safety Personnel aiming to improve participants’ skills in hostile environment, following international regulations in these settings. The training will be conducted by experienced and culturally sensitive facilitators in an utmost participatory way and has in its core a 3 day Field Exercise.