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Do No Harm in Conflict Settings – Revised Edition: The challenges of Do-No-Harm in conflict contexts

Application Deadline
10th November 2020
4th December 2020
6th December 2020
3 Days
Skill level

***concepts and methods from conflict transformation and postcolonial theory to reflect on your work***

How can we make sure that we as actors of development cooperation contribute to peace instead of conflict? The workshop will mainly focus on this very question. The participants receive a concise overview of the do-no-harm approach and its areas of application before they will undertake practical application exercises. Subsequently, the do-no-harm approach will be assessed for its shortcomings and limitations and will be supplemented and combined with other important concepts such as decolonization, critical whiteness as well as peace and conflict studies. The introduction into the given concepts and theories will respectively be followed by practical exercises, a critical reflection of one’s own role as actor of development cooperation.

In addition, the workshop will also focus on the exchange of professional practical experience in conflict situations. Participants will have the opportunity to discuss problems and challenges they face in the context of vulnerable development contexts, transcultural communication, lack of space for conflict regulation and hierarchies in their work settings.

Target Group
Actors from NGOs in Germany who are active in development cooperation, work with local actors or implement exchange programs with the so-called “Global South”. Furthermore, the workshop addresses those who work in public institutions or think tanks who work with topics around development cooperation as well as students in related fields.

Date: 04.12.2020 – 06.12.2020

Participation fee: 75,- EUR

Due to the covid-19 pandemic the workshop will take place online.

The workshop will be held in English language.

Registration: Please register before 10. November 2020


The aim of the workshop is to better prepare NGO actors from Germany for their work in conflict-sensitive contexts, so that they better contribute to peace in local conflicts and less to aggravation of conflicts. Therefore, the participants learn about conflict analysis tools and the main principles of the do-no-harm-approach.


No prerequisites required

Ringbahnstraße 54 12099 Berlin Germany

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  • Conflict transformation
  • Culture and identity
  • Human rights (in conflict)
  • Conflict analysis
  • Conflict prevention
  • Project management conflict-sensitive
  • Transitional justice
  • Designing peacebuilding & prevention programming
  • Cultural awareness & communication
  • Countering violent extremism
  • Ethics
Languages English
Evaluation Oral Evaluation
Target Audience
  • Policy makers
  • General public
  • NGO staff
  • Women
  • Other
  • Journalists
  • Lecture
  • Group Work and Collaborative Problem-Solving
  • Case Study
  • Role-play
  • Methods for Reflection
No of Participants 20
  • Not available
  • Certificate
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