In October, we have conducted our second online training on the Peaceful Conflict Transformation. Our group of participants was from different countries and professional backgrounds, but all striving to get familiar with different tools and methods of conflict analysis and transformation.
During the four session the participants got to know about:
- definitions of key concepts, terminology and theories in the field of conflict transformation;
- different methods that can be applied in order to understand conflicts;
- why and how to use conflict analysis;
- insights into our field work through the guest speakers’ sessions on “Youth work in Bosnia and Herzegovina: chances and challenges” (by Daniel Eror from “Youth for Peace”) and “Creating civic spaces in Egypt: local initiatives and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)” (by Mohamed Shehab El Din from “RESOLVE”);
- how we incorporate the conflict analysis findings into designing sensible, cohesive, and sustainable project interventions.
Based on the training input, the participants also carried out their own conflict analyses and got a detailed feedback from our side.
It was a great pleasure for us to share some of our expertise and work with the group. We are preparing more training courses, so stay tuned!