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Peacetech 101 – online course

Registration is currently open for our Fall 2018 online course: register online or apply for a scholarship. Please cite PCDN as the source of the posting in your application.  Peacetech 101 is a practical introduction to innovation and technology for peacebuilders. This 4-week online training course for individuals covers innovation processes and technology tools that can be successfully used...

Online Conference: Trauma and Mental Health in Conflict and Migration

A chance for anybody working in the fields of peacebuilding, conflict transformation, or with vulnerable populations such as refugees and asylum seekers to share experience and knowledge relating to mental health, psychology and trauma. The fields of Psychology and Peacebuilding have much to offer each other, and yet it seems that only the occasional conference and a few organisations are focusing...

Insiders/Outsiders: Nations, Borders, and Immigration

This is the second in a collaborative public discussion hosted by HasNa, Inc. and Meta-Culture around the theme of democracy and responsible citizenship. This event is for anyone interested in gaining an insight into the economic, cultural, and humanitarian perspectives on immigration in the US as well as globally. In particular, we are focused on how insiders, outsiders, and borders are defined and...

2018 International Peace and Development Training Centre (IPDTC) Calendar

This is a featured organizational post on PCDN Our updated calendar for 2018 trainings is out now! For more information or for registering please contact training@patrir.ro! 2018 Program This calendar provides overview of IPDTC Advanced Professional Training (APT) and Executive Leadership Programmes (ELP). It does not cover the more than 90% of PATRIR-IPDTC trainings provided on request to UN missions...

MBBI’s 10th Anniversary Conference, “Keep People Affected by Conflict in Charge”, Pre-Conf 3-4 October, Conference 5-6 October, in The Hague

Mediators Beyond Borders has been working tirelessly on peace in conflict-ridden societies. By sharing mediation and peace skills we keep people affected by conflict at the centre of peacebuilding. We would be very pleased to welcome you to the 2017 MBBI Conference, centered around our long-term initiative: “Keep People at the Heart of Conflict in Charge”. On October 5-6 (pre-conference activities...

Webinar: Doing humanitarian work in conflict and violent settings: some lessons learned

Please join PCDN for our upcoming webinar with Mr.Frederik Siem, the Senior Advisor for Health Care in Danger at the Norwegian Red Cross. He has worked with the NRC since 2014. His previous experience includes working as a Detention Delegate for the ICRC and as Country Manager for the Norwegian Red Cross both in Lebanon and in Iraq. He also worked for a non-governmental organisation in Uganda and the...

Training course Conflict, Rule of Law and Local Security, The Hague Academy

The key issues in this two-week training course are: How can governments promote citizen security and protect human rights after violent conflict? What policies and instruments do they have to foster reconciliation and peacebuilding amongst different ethnic or religious groups? And what attitude and skills do government officials need to lead conflict transformation processes? You will receive lectures...

Talk, From Resignation to Nonviolent Resistance: Tackling the Corruption-Violence-Marginalization Nexus, Georgetown University

From Resignation to Nonviolent Resistance: Tackling the Corruption-Violence-Marginalization Nexus Corruption is now understood to be linked to violent conflict, poverty, fragility, inadequate public services, injustice, and unaccountable governance. No one understands this better than regular people, who experience these hardships. Looking back, 2015 may well be the year that citizens around the world...
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