Understanding Conflict ‘Training for Peace’
International Alert’s Training & Learning team is offering a new training course to practitioners in the peacebuilding and development sectors, especially those engaged in the delivery of peacebuilding training.
Course dates - 7th to 11th October 2013, Nairobi - click here for more details.
We offer courses on some of the key topics in peacebuilding today, such as;
We deliver courses to university students at all levels, introducing them to the core skills for working in conflict. The exercises are interactive and engaging adding a practical aspect to their academic knowledge. Our clients include: Kings College London, London Metropolitan University, the University of East Anglia and University of York, Post-War Reconstruction and Development Unit.
Comments from our participants include:
“The course really inspired me and gave me a practical introduction, clear view to working for peace in conflict situation.”
“I have always wanted to work in this field and it gave me more of what to expect”
Europe’s new Training Initiative for Civilian Crisis Management (ENTRi). http://www.entriforccm.eu/
We are one of 13 partners of the ENTRi capacity-building programme, training civilians for deployment to crisis management mission worldwide including those of the European Union (EU), the United Nations (UN), the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) and the African Union (AU).
We deliver the course specialising on conflict analysis and conflict sensitivity. To read more about this course click here http://www.entriforccm.eu/conflict-analysis-und-conflict-sensitivity.html
“The most important lessons gained from the course were how complex working in a conflict environment is and the importance of the approach we adopt when working in conflict”
Conflict Sensitivity Consortium
We are a member of the Conflict Sensitivity Consortium, which comprises a diverse range of agencies and aims to share its findings widely in the humanitarian, peacebuilding and development sectors to enhance the capacity to institutionalise and implement conflict sensitive approaches.