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Learning from Conflicts: Approaches to Peace-building and the Role of Europe

Dates:
  • Wed 11 Nov 2020 09.00 - 18.00
  • Thu 12 Nov 2020 09.00 - 18.00
  • Fri 13 Nov 2020 09.00 - 18.00
  Add to Calendar 2020-11-11 9:00 2020-11-13 18:00 Europe/Paris Learning from Conflicts: Approaches to Peace-building and the Role of Europe

This Executive Training Seminar focuses on approaches to conflict resolution and peace-building and the role that Europe can play in these processes. The informed audience will be exposed to insights from economics, political science, psychology and organizational behavior, as well as to the input and experiences of practitioners and researchers with deep understanding of the three case studies selected. In particular, the Executive Training will draw on practitioners’ experience and on the latest academic analysis and field-based research in three strategic areas: drivers of conflicts; political and economic dimensions of conflict resolution and peace-building; approaches to diplomacy and negotiation. The participants will be immersed in a unique training where inputs for reflection and practical work will complement the comparative perspective adopted to focus on three conflicts: Syria, the Sahel/Horn of Africa, and Ukraine. This Seminar is aimed at the training and networking of EU’s

and EU Member States’ practitioners and policy-makers working in the field of conflict prevention and resolution, mediation, prevention of violent extremism and humanitarian assistance; officials from member governments, EU institutions and international organizations; and practitioners from the private sector and NGOs.

Fees: 1,300 € 

A discount of 25% will be applied to the charges for international European and national civil servants, as well as to members of the NGOs. 

The fees cover the cost of the course as well as coffee and lunch breaks. Travel and hotel costs are not included in the fees.

To know more and to APPLY please click here

Sala Belvedere - Villa Schifanoia DD/MM/YYYY
  Sala Belvedere - Villa Schifanoia

This Executive Training Seminar focuses on approaches to conflict resolution and peace-building and the role that Europe can play in these processes. The informed audience will be exposed to insights from economics, political science, psychology and organizational behavior, as well as to the input and experiences of practitioners and researchers with deep understanding of the three case studies selected. In particular, the Executive Training will draw on practitioners’ experience and on the latest academic analysis and field-based research in three strategic areas: drivers of conflicts; political and economic dimensions of conflict resolution and peace-building; approaches to diplomacy and negotiation. The participants will be immersed in a unique training where inputs for reflection and practical work will complement the comparative perspective adopted to focus on three conflicts: Syria, the Sahel/Horn of Africa, and Ukraine. This Seminar is aimed at the training and networking of EU’s

and EU Member States’ practitioners and policy-makers working in the field of conflict prevention and resolution, mediation, prevention of violent extremism and humanitarian assistance; officials from member governments, EU institutions and international organizations; and practitioners from the private sector and NGOs.

Fees: 1,300 € 

A discount of 25% will be applied to the charges for international European and national civil servants, as well as to members of the NGOs. 

The fees cover the cost of the course as well as coffee and lunch breaks. Travel and hotel costs are not included in the fees.

To know more and to APPLY please click here


Location:
Sala Belvedere - Villa Schifanoia

Affiliation:
School of Transnational Governance

Type:
Executive Training Seminar

Contact:
Silvia Dell'Acqua (School of Transnational Governance) - Send a mail

Organiser:
Luigi Narbone (School of Transnational Governance & Middle East Directions Programme, EUI)

Attachment:
Programme Learning from Conflicts
 

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