Funded Dialogue for Peaceful Change (DPC) Training of Facilitators in Northern Ireland by TIDES Training through the Irish Peace Centres

TIDES Training is a leading ethically based non-profit organisation specialising in conflict intervention methods based in Northern Ireland.  On behalf of the Irish Peace Centres we will be running a Dialogue for Peaceful Change (DPC) Training of Facilitators course over a five day residential from the 20th (evening start) - 24th of June in Corrymeela, Northern Ireland.

DPC is a conflict management methodology offering practical skills to approach and manage conflict – personally and professionally.

The interactive and experiential DPC Training course covers Module 1: Under standing Conflict & Module 2: Mediative Dialogue in four parts:
1. The Nature of Conflict
2. The Conceptual Framework and Models
3. The Mediative Tool Kit
4. Practice and Application of Mediation Skills

The training and accommodation are fully funded by the Irish Peace Centres. For those travelling internationally, this does not cover travel costs to and from Northern Ireland.

The key priorities of this training are to build capacity and enhance civil society peace-building in Northern Ireland in abroad.

Deadline for applications: 22nd of April

A note on applications: Should there be a surplus of applications we will seek to balance the group composition across gender experienced community activists, young adult leaders, local and international participants in conjunction with the stated training priorities. Confirmed participants can expect to hear from me during the first week of May.

Applications and further Information are attached and please contact us on
or on Facebook if you have any other questions.


We Look forward to hearing from you!


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I live and work in Rwanda. Should I have a favor. I wish I could come but need financial support for my travel airfares. I am the Executive Director of "Africa Mission Initiative for peace" based in Kigali City. Our organization is very young to afford  the charges of my traveling expenses.

Eraste Iyamuremye

The most needed persons are those vulnerable communities in east Africa in case it is a full funded course,

Indeed the seminar for trainers on the selected

Under standing Conflict & Module 2: Mediative Dialogue in four parts:
1. The Nature of Conflict
2. The Conceptual Framework and Models
3. The Mediative Tool Kit
4. Practice and Application of Mediation Skills

Exactly these was supposed to be held in our region especially my country Kenya which has been in these troubles and is most likely to happen again given that tribal inclination today is taking place some few months to the general elections.

please consider selecting few for travel financial assistance, am interested but can not afford.

Am the executive director of center for integrity promotion and information Kenya.

My name is Paul Brima Bangura working for Conscience International Sierra Leone. Am i qualify to attend this dialogue forum ? We are a human right organization working on the promotion and protection of human rights in Sierra Leone, the Gambia and Senegal.Can we let us know if we are qualify to attend?

Dear Enda

I would like to participate.





Hi there Eraste and Morton

Thanks very much for your interest in our course. Unfortunately we do not have access to funding to cover the coast of travel at the present time. We will post up on this network any future possibilities. We will also let other facilitators on the Dialogue for Peaceful Change Network know of your interest in future training.

Samuel, please find the application attached above and the contact details are included.

Thanks again for your interest.

Iam Sharon in Zambia and would really appreciate if you gave me information about travel,accommodation and feeding arrangements.I really need th4is training especially after having had a three months training in Thailand but require more lookin at the time at which my country is and the fact that I intend to carry out a peace training method.Kindly email the details and answers to thank you!
Am enthused by the opportunity and will like to be in attendance. Am a peace & conflict studies facilitator/instructor at National open university of Nigeria; Research student, peace & conflict studies, University of Ibadan, Nigeria. I have just started Centre for Peace & Conflict Transformation, CEPECT. Am okay with the requirements. Thanks, Ohajanwa Sylvester E.

Please note that I am intrested in participating at this dialogue.can I get more information through my working for Padare men's forum on gender

Juru C.Zimbabwe.

Hi Sharon, Enyioma and Juru.  Thanks for your interest in the course.  You can find all the details and the application at the top of the page.  All the best. Enda


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