PRACTITIONER TRAININGS

PRACTITIONER TRAININGS FOR NONVIOLENT CONFLICT TRANSFORMATION

 

GENERAL INFORMATION
The trainings take place at the training centre of KURVE Wu­s trow in the Wendland region, in the North of Germany close to Hamburg and Hannover. Each training 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.

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

Trainers: Cvetka Bovha, Prasad Reddy
Date:     28 October–01 November 2019

NONVIOLENT CONFLICT TRANSFORMATION

Participants are able to
• to understand the approach of nonviolent conflict transformation
• to identify and understand the need for nonviolent action to confront injustices
• to gain an overview of the wide range of nonviolent means

Trainers: Jochen Neumann, Laura Weber
Date:      04–08 November 2019

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

Trainers: Gesa Bent, Jochen Neumann
Date:      11–15 November 2019

STRATEGISING NONVIOLENT CHANGE FOR SOCIAL MOVEMENTS
Participants are able to
• 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.

Trainers: Mai Ali, Thimna Bunte
Date:      30 September–04 October 2019

 

COUNSELLING IN TRAUMA AND STRESS SECURITY MANAGEMENT
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

Trainers: Ruth Mischnick
Date:      07–11 October 2019

SECURITY MANAGEMENT
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. 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

Trainers: Tanya Spencer
Date:      14–18 October 2019

MANAGING TEAMS AND ORGANISATIONS

Participants are able to
•  understand how external conditions impact on internal dynamics of an organisation
• engage in and facilitate change processes within teams or organisations
• reflect their own role within the organisational context

Trainers: Christian Baier, Joana Ebbinghaus
Date:      21–25 October 2019

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Veranstaltungsinformationen

Kursformat: 

  • Fach- und Spezialisierungskurse

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