|October 10 - October 25, 2017||(Application deadline: March 31, 2017)|
This program is intended for persons working in community-based organizations, NGOs, government departments, universities, and international organizations. Participants will learn to create safe, inclusive spaces for dialogue and analyses; build conflict analyses skills and tools; explore peacebuilding strategies to address root causes of family, community and work-based conflict; learn non-violent communication and mediation skills; design and deliver conflict transformation and peacebuilding programs; gain knowledge on non-violent techniques for transforming intra-community and organizational conflicts; examine gender based violence at a family, community and national level; and gain the ability to contribute to global networks for conflict resolution, reconciliation and peacebuilding.
Who should take the program?
This certificate is ideal for mid-to senior-level staff in community-based organizations, NGOs, government departments, universities, and international organizations who want to work collaboratively to transform conflicts and create an enabling environment for peace and development. Those working directly on-the-ground in conflict situations, and those designing programs to prevent tensions from escalating in situations of conflict and confrontation, will benefit from this course. Those working specifically within the field of gender-based and lateral-based violence will also benefit from this course.
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|Accommodation and meals||1,500 CAD|
Program costs are subject to change.
All successful applicants are responsible for the cost of travel.
Most qualified candidates receive a scholarship to assist with program costs. Please visit the scholarship page.