PRACTITIONER TRAININGS

FOR NONVIOLENT CONFLICT TRANSFORMATION
October–November 2017
6 weeks – 6 different topics
individually bookable

ANTI-BIAS AND SOCIAL INCLUSION
Participants are able to
• reflect upon and express their own role in processes of exclusion and inclusion at personal, interpersonal and structural levels in a global context;
• critically reflect on the role of prejudices, power inequalities and ideologies in peace work and to begin to develop strategies to counter their negative effects;
• explain and build upon the anti-bias and social inclusion approach in their own work context.
09–13 October 2017

SECURITY MANAGEMENT
Participants are able to
• apply a security management framework and so advance
organizational security management;
• apply selected risk and context analysis tools and develop
security guidelines.
16–20 October 2017

COUNSELLING IN TRAUMA AND STRESS
Participants are able to
• assess the effects of traumatic events and adequate responses;
• reflect upon their own role as the counselling person;
• take care of their own needs as caregiver.
23–27 October 2017

REALISING GENDER EQUITY
Participants are able to
• understand the basic concept of gender sensitivity in civil society organisations and activists’ movements;
• identify in which ways gender is relevant for themselves in their context;
• plan concrete steps for advancing a safer space and gender sensitive mainstreaming.
30 October–03 November 2017

STRATEGISING NONVIOLENT CHANGE FOR SOCIAL MOVEMENTS
Participants are able
• apply selected tools for the analysis of the dynamics of nonviolent social conflict in their own contexts;
• think more strategically, i.e. formulating goals, steps and demands of nonviolent social movements;
• reflect and more systematically manage risks and opportunities.
06–10 November 2017

PROJECT MANAGEMENT
Participants are able to
• assess the strengths and weaknesses of selected project management approaches and tools;
• select the relevant and appropriate tools for their project context;
• apply key elements of selected project management tools.
13–17 November 2017

GENERAL INFORMATION
The trainings take place at the training centre of KURVE Wustrow in the Wendland region, in the North of Germany close to Hamburg and Hannover. Each of the trainings lasts five days, from Monday 12:30 h until Friday 13:00 h. The trainings are held in English and are open to international participants.
Participation fee:
1.500,– Euro for organisations
1.000,– Euro for single persons
750,– Euro reduced fee for individuals (on enquiry)
The fee includes training material, vegetarian food and lodging in dormitory style. If lack of funds is an obstacle to your participation, please let us know. Depending on availability of funds, we may be able to offer reductions on the participation fee.
Applications should reach us as soon as possible, for participants in need of a visa the latest by 30 June 2017, for those without visa requirement the latest by 31 August 2017.
Please use the application form on our website:
www.kurvewustrow.org
You can find the application form under the title “What we do/ Trainings and Seminars”. or contact our training unit: pt [aet] kurvewustrow.org

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