Designing Peacebuilding Programmes (DPP) seminar

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Designing Peacebuilding Programmes (DPP)  seminar

Time: September 22, 2008 at 6pm
Location: Romania
Street: Napoca 400110
City/Town: Cluj - Napoca 400110
Website or Map: http://www.patrir.ro
Phone: Mobile: +40 723 237 916 / +40 744 248 920
Event Type: Seminar
Organized By: International Peace and Development Training Center (IPDTC)
Latest Activity: Sep 21, 2008

Event Description

Designing Peacebuilding Programmes (DPP) is a five-days international training programme for practitioners, policy makers, international and national agency staff and NGOs working in peacebuilding, gender, development, conflict transformation, violence prevention and post-war recovery.
The program will help you:
Learn from best practices and lessons learned in peacebuilding and conflict transformation programme development and implementation;

Explore the most up-to-date work being done in the field by national and international organizations around the world; Develop effective, practical methods for integrating peacebuilding and conflict transformation into the work of your organization/institution/agency;

Explore all stages of programme development, implementation, follow-through and postprogramme/ project work in peacebuilding and conflict transformation;

Ensure the development of projects and programmes appropriate for conflict settings, with particular focus on developing sustainable processes and strengthening and supporting local/national resources and capacities for peacebuilding;

Develop effective conflict and peacebuilding strategic planning, mapping and integrated approaches skills; Develop appropriate peace and conflict impact assessments and indicators for the work of your organization;

Develop tools to assist your organization/institution/agency for short, medium, and long-term engagement in peacebuilding and conflict transformation programmes.

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