Do you face conflicts on the personal and interpersonal level or deal with it them on the level of groups and societies? Are you eager to learn more about the principles of conflict management and conflict transformation? This 2-week intensive course will equip you with a sound understanding of the phenomenon of conflict as well as relevant practical techniques and skills.
Conflict management and conflict transformation are core issues of development work. Development projects are not only affected by conflict, but also run the risk of aggravating existing conflicts in a particular region or even triggering new conflicts.This training course gives a sound understanding of the phenomenon of conflict, which we will explore on the personal and interpersonal level, as well as on the level of large groups and societies.
By the end of the course participants will be familiar with the principles of conflict management and conflict transformation. They will have substantially broadened their horizon on the issue of conflict and applied tools to understand its mechanisms and work with it in a non-violent way.
- Basic terms and concepts
- Methods of peace and conflict analysis
- Approaches to conflict transformation
- Facilitation and mediation processes and skills
- Analysis and Diagnostics of Conflict Dynamics
- The Basic Elements of Alternative Dispute Resolution
- Personal Conflict Management
- Actor Analysis and Mapping Techniques
- Strategic Planning of Peace-Building Activities
- Theory and Practice of Conflict Sensitivity
- Approaches on “Peace and Conflict Impact Assessment”
The training course takes place at the Centre for Rural Development (SLE), Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. Course hours are from 9.00 am until 5.00 pm from Monday to Friday unless otherwise noted. The tuition fee is 1650,- euros per participant. If you enrol before June 1st 2020, the Early Bird tuition fee applies: 1350.- euros.
- 10-days training course
- Catering during coffee breaks
- Certificate of participation
Individual costs for travel, accommodation, visa fees, insurance and personal allowances are not included.