Constructive Third-party Intervention: Roles, relationships and responsibilities in peace work
The methodology will include
- photos and short videos
- case studies presented by the group
- interactive exercises and role play
- theoretical inputs and closing review
The aim of the seminar is to prepare participants for dynamic, complex and unpredictable situations in (post) conflict areas by developing their understanding of the roles, relationships and responsibilities relevant for peacebuilding. To achieve this the perspectives of the actors, stakeholders, groups and individuals working at different levels and the connections between them will be explored. Participants will reflect on what peace work means for them and examine the role of power. They will take a closer look at organizational structures and the challenges they present to relationship-building and cooperation within a team, with local partners and other intervenors as well as local authorities. Finally the group will delve into the issue of facilitation, including trust-building and cultural influences.
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