Autumn Trainings and Programs for Peace Practitioners

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Autumn Trainings and Programs for Peace Practitioners

Time: November 26, 2012 to November 30, 2012
Location: Romania
City/Town: Cluj-Napoca
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Event Type: training, workshop
Organized By: Taban Adelina
Latest Activity: Nov 12, 2012

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Dear Colleagues,

The International Peace and Development Training Center (IPDTC) is inviting expert professionals, policy makers and practitioners for its upcoming Autumn Programs. The programmes are designed for UN agencies, governments and national and international organisations. IPDTC programmes have been ranked by participants and their agencies as amongst the most professional, intensive and high quality in their field. They provide participants with the opportunity to train together with an exceptional group of experts and practitioners from around the world, coming from governments, community-based, national and international organisations, military and security forces, donors and others. The programmes are thorough, rigorous and dynamic, drawing upon lessons learnt in the field and training people in practical skills, knowledge and capabilities to directly improve their own and their organisations capacities for peacebuilding, prevention and post-war recovery, designing of peace programmes and peace support operations.

We would like to welcome you to the programmes and ask you to share the below announcement broadly through your networks, web-sites and mailing lists. Please note: agencies which send multiple participants may receive a significant discount in fees.

1. Designing Peacebuilding Programmes (DPP), 26-30 November 2012, is an in-depth operational training in program development, design, planning and implementation, drawing comprehensively on best-practice approaches from the fields of peacebuilding, development and humanitarian aid, and post-war recovery, as well as methods and approaches for strategic planning and program and organizational development. Incorporating the work of the OECD-DAC and lessons learned and approaches from national and international agencies, the DPP provides organizations and participants with methods to significantly improve the quality, relevance, and impact of their programs. Most importantly: participants engage with their actual programs and operations and use the framework of Designing Peacebuilding Programmes to learn leading methodologies in the field while improving actual work in practice.

Deadline for applications:

October 30th for Applicants WHO NEED a Romanian Visa and

November 12th for Applicants who DO NOT NEED a Romanian Visa


Full fee: OECD Participants: EUR 895 / Non-OECD Participants: EUR 595

Discount category I (Early payment discount/multiple participants): 10%

Discount category II (Category I options paired together): 15%


Early Warning, Early Response and Contemporary Peace Operations (EWER), online programme, is a self-directed course, designed to introduce the world of EW/ER in complex integrated emergency situations. The course will introduce participants to the different aspects and indicators of early warning and early response, the discussions surrounding early response, and the selection, evaluation and validation of a number of EW/ER tools. Participants will learn to become comfortable in selecting and using an appropriate analytical tool, using it correctly and accurately assessing its strengths and weaknesses in light of their goals. An important outcome is to focus on how early warning will work in practice. The course is suitable for civilian, police and military United Nations and EU staff dealing with response mechanisms in times of crisis; international NGO staff; (and potentially, those wishing to enter a career in international development and post-conflict reconstruction).

Deadline for applications:

Participation on rolling bases

Start date of the course:3rd December, 2012

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