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Practitioner Training KURVE Wustrow: Nonviolent Conflict Transformation

Objectives Participants are able to understand the approach of nonviolent conflict transformation to identify and understand the need for nonviolent action to confront injustice to gain an overview of the wide range of nonviolent means Peace work is often associated with “classic” peacemaking approaches like negotiations and mediation. Such methods can lead to sustainable solutions and...

Practitioner Training KURVE Wustrow: Anti-Bias and Social Inclusion

Objectives Participants are able to reflect upon and express their own role in processes of exclusion and inclusion at personal, interpersonal and structural levels in a global context; to critically reflect on the role of prejudices, power inequalities and ideologies in peace work and to begin to develop strategies to counter their negative effects; to explain and build upon the anti-bias and social...

Practitioner Training KURVE Wustrow: Managing Teams and Organisations

Objectives Participants are able to identify and understand the way external conditions impact on internal processes and dynamics of an organization; to strategise adequate organisational responses to changing environments. to engage in and facilitate – where necessary – change processes within teams, departments or organisations as well as undertake initiatives for organisational strengthening; to...

Practitioner Training KURVE Wustrow: Security Management

Objectives Participants are able To apply a security management framework and so advance organizational security management to apply selected risk and context analysis tools and develop security guidelines   Peace workers face threats not only because of where they work but also because of what type of work they do. This training aims at proactively managing security on an organizational level...

Practitioner Training KURVE Wustrow: Counselling in Trauma and Stress

Objectives Participants are able to assess the effects of traumatic events and adequate responses; to reflect upon their own role as the counselling person; to take care of their own needs as caregiver.   Understanding the emotional effects of conflicts and disasters on their victims and responding to the victims` needs are crucial capacities for peace workers and staff of NGOs working in conflict...

Practitioner Trainings KURVE Wustrow, Center for Training and Networking in Nonviolent Action, Germany

September 30th 2019 – November 15th, 2019 €750 – €1500 We are pleased to offer seven different trainings during September – November 2019, namely: Strategising Nonviolent Change Date: 30th September – 4th October Counselling in Trauma and Stress Date: 7th – 11th October Security Management Date: 14th – 18th October Managing Teams and Organisations Date: 21st –...

Practitioner Training KURVE Wustrow: Strategising Nonviolent Change

Objectives Participants are able to apply selected tools for the analysis of the dynamics of nonviolent social conflict in their own contexts; to think more strategically, i.e. formulating goals, steps and demands of nonviolent social movements; to reflect and more systematically manage risks and opportunities.   From Gandhi to the ‘Arab Spring’, from the anti-nuclear movement to the struggle...

South Asian Regional Institute on the Study and Practice of Strategic Nonviolent Action, Nepal

This is a featured post on PCDN. Please cite PCDN as the source of the posting in your application.  The South Asian Regional Institute on the Study and Practice of Strategic Nonviolent Action (Asian Action Institute, in short) offers practitioners and scholars a great opportunity to learn about and reflect on ways to achieve social change through nonviolent civil resistance movements. Program of...
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