DO NO HARM - TRAINING OF TRAINERS
WHAT IS ”DO NO HARM“?
We want to do good—but we might do harm instead!Good intentions are not enough. We need to be very careful when working for peace and development. We need to be skilled in conflict sensitive approaches like Do no harm.The Do no harm-Approach was developed in the Local Capacities for Peace Project by many practitioners under the guidance of the Collaborative for Development Action (www.cdacollaborative.org). It is widely spread and appreci-ated by many local and international organisations working on development, emergency response, peace and human rights.
→ to improve the training skills of participants
→ to familiarise participants with the methodology (case study teaching in particular) and exercises for conducting various formats of Do no harm-Workshops
→to practice as a team of participants the format of a one-day Do no harm-Introductory Workshop in a real-life application.
The Do no harm-Training of Trainers addresses everybody who not only wants to use the Do no harm-Approach in man-aging projects but also wants to teach others how to use this tool. Prior experience in conducting trainings in a participa-tory manner is necessary.
Prior knowledge of the Do no harm-Approach is not a require-ment as the training will start with a profound introduction to Do no harm.The focus of the training is mainly on conflict transformation and peace work. However, participants with a background in development work or humanitarian assistance are more than welcome as historically the tool comes from these fields.
The training will probably be held in English as we expect inter-national participants. In any case the training material is in English. Thus, participants should be fluent in English.
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