Wartime gender-based violence is proof of a prevalent undercurrent of gender discrimination in peacetime; a fact that is often overlooked in the strategies developed to tackle sexual violence.
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TransConflict is pleased to recommend the June 10-14th Advanced Certificate Programme (ACP) on Systemic Peacebuilding, Conflict Transformation and Post-War Recovery and Reconciliation (PCTR) delivered by the International Peace and Development Training Centre (IPDTC) of PATRIR.
TransConflict is pleased to present the second Global Coalition for Conflict Transformation newsletter, showcasing the work of the GCCT and its members.
Sport has often been overlooked as a form of soft power that is able to broker moments of normality within periods of conflict between ethnic or national communities and as a form of public diplomacy or social intervention.
Horizontal inequalities increase the risk of violent conflict, and violence and conflict can worsen inequalities. This paper analyzes how inequalities, violent conflicts and the relation between them, are holding back development, adding to the arguments for addressing them in the post-2015 framework.
EUROCLIO offers a successful model for many history educators in Europe to address innovative, and often controversial, content as well as collaborative, active, meaningful and effective ways of learning and teaching.
EUROCLIO, the European Association for History Educators, propagates an approach to history education that smoothes out the ragged edges of nationalism and other ideologies, deconstructing historical myths and negative stereotypes and putting traditional enemy-images into perspective.
TransConflict is pleased to recommend the Executive Leadership Programmes (ELPs) delivered by the International Peace and Development Training Center (IPDTC) – PATRIR, in partnership with ENGI, which will take place in London from 18th-23rd March 2013.
TransConflict is pleased to recommend the following online course, entitled “Transforming civil conflict”, organized by Modus Operandi and the Network University.
The changing dynamics of ‘post conflict’ political discourse, coupled with the emergence of a new generation who did not necessarily live through the thirty year conflict, requires a re-imagining of conflict transformation by former prisoners. They need to move beyond discourses which informed their journey to the prisons and re-evaluate [...]