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Comment by Iulia Socea on March 5, 2010 at 4:40pm
Advanced Certificate Programmes in Advanced Mediation and Designing Peacebuilding Programmes

The International Peace and Development Training Center (IPDTC) of the Peace Action Training and Research Institute in Romania (PATRIR) is launching two Advanced Certificate Programmes of the Spring Peace Academy, addressing core and expert skills and knowledge training for policy makers and practitioners working in peacebuilding, conflict transformation, development work, humanitarian aid, gender, governance and related areas.


Achieving Resolution and Transformation in Intractable and Complex Conflicts

17th – 21st of May, 2010, Cluj-Napoca, Romania

Advanced Mediation and Peacemaking is specifically designed to address key issues and challenges in mediation for high-level policy makers, conflict parties, members of mediation and negotiation teams and professional mediators. As a five-days Advanced Certificate Programme, the AMP provides additional key space and time to go in-depth into the issues and challenges faced by mediation and negotiation processes, review case studies and lessons learned, develop practical tools that can assist in enabling effective mediation and peacemaking, and improve the design and support for mediation and negotiation processes.


24th – 28th of May, 2010, Cluj-Napoca, Romania

DPP offers participants practical tools that can be used in their work. The methodology and format of the DPP enables participants to apply these tools directly to their programs and work in the field, customizing them for each participant and organisation. At the end, participants are provided with resource packs and access to a program specific web-site with all resources and materials from the program, including toolkits for each key aspect related to design, development, implementation, monitoring, evaluation and assessment of peacebuilding programs. These materials may be shared within participants’ organizations and with partner organizations, enhancing and broadening the impact and benefits of the program for your work.

For application form, more information on course content, fees and application procedure, please see attachment or write to

Please feel free to share this information with individuals and organisations that you think would be interested in attending the IPDTC training programmes.

We are looking forward to welcoming you to our trainings.

With best wishes,

Comment by Liviu Constantin Caliman on October 15, 2009 at 1:29am
Hi Zsuzsanna,

I just noticed that I haven't joined PATRIR - IPDTC when I've first seen the group. So I'm in, now. My best wishes to you all!

Comment by Hafiz-Al-Asad on July 14, 2009 at 2:44pm
I am proude to be a member of Discussion forum. I selected peace work in my entry to my all activities. I have always interested by working in different people with different community.
Stay well my all friends
Comment by Alejandro Collia on March 13, 2009 at 7:51pm
Hi! Its very interesting the training program you are offering. Specially the ToT Program. I have some experience as trainer on conflict transformation and I would very pleased if we keep in touch.

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