The International Peace and Development Training Centre (IPDTC) of PATRIR is inviting applications for 2 of its most acclaimed Executive Leadership Programmes in Improving Impact of Peace Support Operations (31 March-2 April) and Designing Effective Monitoring and Evaluation in Peacebuilding (3 April – 5 April) and its Advanced Certificate Programme in Collaborative Approaches to Diversity in Conflict Settings (5-9 May).
We would like to welcome you to the programmes and ask you to share the below announcement broadly through your networks, web-sites and mailing lists. Please note: agencies which send multiple participants may receive a significant discount in fees.
For more information on the programmes, please contact IPDTC at firstname.lastname@example.org
IMPROVING STRATEGIC IMPACT:
Peacebuilding & Peace Support Operations
(31 March-2 April 2014, Cluj-Napoca, Romania)
Improving Strategic Impact is a three-day Executive Leadership Programme (ELP) designed for senior practitioners, peacebuilding experts, and heads of agencies working in peacebuilding and peace support operations – including crisis management; violence prevention; mediation, peacemaking and peace processes during armed conflict; peacebuilding and development; post-war recovery and reconciliation; and demobilization, disarmament and reintegration programmes.
Designing and Implementing Effective Monitoring & Evaluation for Peacebuilding & Peace Support Operations
(3-5 April 2014, Cluj-Napoca, Romania)
This three-day intensive Executive Leadership Program has been designed for senior practitioners, monitoring & evaluation units, field staff, and heads of agencies working in peacebuilding and peace support operations – including crisis management; violence prevention; mediation, peacemaking and peace processes during armed conflict; peacebuilding and development; post-war recovery and reconciliation; UN missions; and demobilization, disarmament and reintegration programmes.
The programme has been designed to assist organisations, agencies and missions in the field to see how to develop appropriate monitoring & evaluation systems and processes customized for their exact needs and contexts.
Collaborative Approaches to Diversity in Conflict Settings (5-9 May 2014, Cluj-Napoca, Romania)
The Collaborative Approaches to Diversity in Conflict Settings (CoSCAD) is a 5-day Advanced Certificate Programme (ACP) with a hands-on approach focusing on ‘walking the walk while doing the talk’, namely on preparing peace workers to deliver quality training and facilitation programmes using both the substance and methods of peacebuilding. The substance component will include fundamental peacebuilding training from a conflict transformation point of view, sessions on gender, social class, ethnicity, nationality, race, religion and exploring identity as power, as multitude and as challenge. The programme will frame all these topics from the point of view of the training and facilitation process which includes preparation, delivery, evaluation and follow-up and will be based on hands-on experience, reflection and sharing among the training team, participants and others.
IPDTC has an international pool of leading experts and practitioners covering a wide range of issues in the fields of peacebuilding, prevention, post-war recovery and related issues. We work with requesting organizations, agencies, missions and ministries to customize programmes for your exact needs, context and conditions. In case of questions or for further information please contact IPDTC at email@example.com. For references on our training programmes, please access the Review and Feedback section of our site.