Specialised Re(Integration) Training Course
This course aims to bring together senior and mid-level practitioners, policy makers, researchers and donors from around the world to share experiences and develop a common understanding of possible and innovative approaches to (re)integration. Best practice on economic, political and social (re)integration are shared by a pool of experienced trainers, and further explored and challenged by the participants. This course is organised together with the Barcelona International Peace Center (BIPC) and will be held in Barcelona, Spain, 9th to 16th July 2023.
Training Conflict Analysis & Conflict Sensitivity Programming – Module I
This five-day residential course, organised by Helsinki España with participation from TI, seeks to train participants in conflict analysis and conflict-sensitive programming tools. This approach requires a deep understanding of the actors of the conflict, as well as the two-way interaction between an intervention and the context. The course will be held in Alicante, Spain, 29th of May to the 2nd of June 2023.
Conflict Analysis & Conflict Sensitivity Programming
This five-day residential course seeks to train participants in conflict analysis and conflict-sensitive programming tools. This approach requires a deep understanding of the actors in the conflict, as well as the two-way interaction between an intervention and the context.
At the end of the course, participants will be able to analyze the causes, actors and dynamics of conflict, as well as gender elements and other identity-based mechanisms of exclusion that can be drivers of conflict. Participants will also learn about the tools needed to develop programs to promote equality as an integral element of conflict-sensitive programming and use conflict-sensitive communication strategies.
CCMR: – Reintegration of Ex-Combatants & Violent Extremists
While reintegration programming has a history of over three decades and many lessons are learned, the successful rehabilitation and reintegration of members of so-called extremist groups is one of the new and complex challenges of today’s peacebuilding efforts. This course at the Center for Civil-Military Relations (CCMR) at the Naval Postgraduate School examines the reintegration of ex-combatants during or at the end of violent conflict – one of the most difficult yet important elements for stabilization and a successful transition from war to peace. This course also explores the rehabilitation, de-radicalization and reintegration of both foreign fighters returning to their country of origin, and members of domestic violent extremist groups. This course will be held in June 2023 – dates to be confirmed.