Participants are able to
analyse the ways in which they as individuals and their groups, movements or organisations respond to risk
carry out an in-depth context analysis with a view to improving security practices
create basic security plans and protocols for common or high-risk aspects of their work
know and choose secure practices and tools according to their own situation and capacity.
The consequences of conflicts are felt worldwide. People are needed who apply for nonviolent means in sustainable change processes. We have many years of experience in trainings on nonviolent conflict transformation, in our projects of the Civil Peace Service and in our engagement against nuclear energy and right-wing extremism. The new seminar programme mirrors these experiences and offers a comprehensive...
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...
H.E. Ms. Erna Solberg, Prime Minister of Norway,
Ms. Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, Executive Director, UN Women
Ms. Sanam Naraghi-Anderlini, Co-founder and Executive Director, International Civil Society Network (ICAN), and Coordinator of Women’s Alliance for Security Leadership (WASL)
have the honour to invite
representatives from the civil society
to a high-level meeting on
Women’s Leadership and...
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...