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    Country: Austria
    Organization: Austrian Study Center for Peace and Conflict Resolution
    Registration deadline: 03 Apr 2017
    Starting date: 05 May 2017
    Ending date: 14 May 2017

    During this specialisation course, participants get acquainted with the underlying philosophical approaches, theoretical concepts and practical tools for facilitating conflict transformation in complex constellations. Participants will develop skills and practice a facilitator’s attitude to apply their knowledge in different settings (eg. as inside mediators, as third party, or when working with potential veto groups) and at different societal levels. A strong focus on self-reflection is an integral part of the course.

    Participants will:

    • learn the difference between concepts, such as conflict management, conflict resolution, conflict transformation, dialogue, mediation, negotiation, facilitation

    • apply tools for complex conflict analysis (actors mapping, structural power analysis, analysis of cultural meanings, needs analysis)

    • learn how to deal with emotions and irrational aspects of conflict

    • develop key competencies how to promote, support and guide reflective “deep dialogue” processes

    • develop strategies how to deal with dynamics of exclusion and stigmatisation, as well as power asymmetries in conflict constellations


    How to register:

    To request further information or to apply for IPT courses, please visit our homepage at www.aspr.ac.at/ipt or contact us!

    Silvia POLSTER, IPT Administration and Logistics

    ipt@aspr.ac.at | +43 3355 2498 506


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    Country: Austria, World
    Organization: Austrian Study Center for Peace and Conflict Resolution
    Registration deadline: 10 Sep 2017
    Starting date: 19 Nov 2017
    Ending date: 24 Nov 2017

    1.Conditions of Participation

    This course is set at the operational level and targets senior national and international experts and decision-makers of armed forces (battalion level and above), police (senior police officer), non-governmental/civilian organisations (head of substantive section and above), and the political/civilian administration (head of division/department and above) who are working in the context of peacekeeping and/or international crisis management.

    The course language is English and participants must be fully proficient in English in order to be able to engage in discussions and fully benefit from the training.

    Late arrivals or early departures cannot be accepted. The intense course programme does furthermore not allow for any additional commitments during the course.

    Participants are required to complete selected IDL (Internet-Based Distance Learning) modules in the preparatory phase preceding the residential part of this course. The timely completion of these IDL modules is a precondition for receiving the course certificate. A constant well working internet connection and ongoing presence over email is therefore compulsory for participants.

    1. Selection Criteria and Process

    The organizers have formed a Course Admission Board and strive to select a highly qualified group of participants in order to ensure the set course standard. The selection process considers a balance in professional and organisational backgrounds, age, nationality and gender. Qualified women candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.

    Since the slots are limited to 30 participants, only the best qualified candidates can be accepted.

    Successful candidates will be informed after the completed selection process, which will be approximately 2 weeks after the application deadline.


    How to register:

    For the application, please use the provided “Application Form” and fill in all relevant information, particularly an active email address that you have regular access to, as we will be sending you important course-related information.

    Please note that all information you will provide to us will be kept strictly internal.

    Duly completed application forms must be scanned and emailed to:

    Ms. Claudia Hofer, hofer@aspr.ac.at, Tel: +43-3355-2498-507

    The application deadline is set for 10 September 2017 COB.


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