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Courses offered by Responding to Conflict
Responding to Conflict
July 21, 2004
April 11 - June 17, 2005
Application Form 2005 (62KB)
PDF Application Form 2004 (41KB)
An intensive and highly practical ten-week course for people working
in areas of instability and conflict. Especially suitable for those
working in relief and development, human rights, peacebuilding,
community relations, counselling, education and action-research.
Key themes include:
Conflict and Change
- From Analysis
Policy and Practice
8-12 November 2004
Application Form 2004 (28KB)
PDF Application Form 2004 (18KB)
A workshop for staff of international agencies with advisory or
direct management responsibility for relief, development, rights
and peace-building programmes. Providing practical models and methods
to assist aid agency staff to find constructive ways of engaging
with unpredictable and changing circumstances. The interaction between
policy and practice is a major theme. Practical sessions on conflict
handling skills are included.
in Conflict Resolution Skills
A course run in conjunction with the Centre for Forgiveness and
Reconciliation at Coventry University. The certificate aims to provide
a greater conceptual understanding of conflict, violence and peace
and the forces of conflict dynamics. It provides a range of practical
skills-based training in the handling of conflict situations.
packs please contact Responding to Conflict, 1046 Bristol Road,
Selly Oak, Birmingham, B29 6LJ. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
For full course
details, visit www.respond.org
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