No I am not committee member. FORUSA is one of 55 international branches of IFOR. Access to internet for Nepal members is intermittent so you will simply need to be patient in waiting for a response. Peace, Mark
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Greetings of Peace and Nonviolence Bishnu. So happy to meet you on this network and be friends. In January I traveled to Nepal to condcut a Kingian Nonviolence training with SWD and COCAP organizations. Great groups of participants and very successful nonviolence training. Will look to include you and your organization in the next training when I return to Nepal? Or consider joining us here at the University of Rhode Island in June. Our Center for Nonviolence & Peace Studies hosts the annual International Nonviolence Summer Institute and we conduct "training of trainers" program in Kingian Nonviolence methods to those wishing to obtain certification to become a certified Kinigan Nonviolence Trainer with our Center. Visit the website for more info. www.uri.edu/nonviolence
That depends on what you mean. If you mean you would like to train to be a peacekeeper, you can learn more from our courses. Our courses are designed for civilians, military and police personnel eager to serve in peace operations. The courses build on the existing skills and expertise of participants by showing them how these can be applied in the complex context of peace operations and by providing them with the executive knowledge and additional personal skills they would require.
However if you mean you would like to be a part of peacekeeping mission, you can take a look at UNDPKO or the UN volunteers. These organisations provide field missions with personnel and would be your best bet for an actual field posting.
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