Peace work needs proper planning, monitoring and evaluation in order to be able to contribute positively towards conflict transformation. In this training we will deal with questions about effective ways to promote peace and respective tools are offered to find valid answers. These approaches and tools range from Outcome Mapping to “Do no harm“ and “Reflecting on Peace Practice”.
Participants will gain insights into selected tools and have
the opportunity to apply these tools to their own projects
and/or case studies. Participants will assess the strengths and weaknesses of these tools in order to choose and adapt the right tools for managing their peace projects.
The training is relevant for all who intend to engage in or are already in a position to coordinate peace projects.
Trainers: Gesa Bent, Jochen Neumann
Dates: 16–19 + 29 November 2021
GESA BENT is a trainer and moderator working to create learning spaces for civil society organisations, movements and networks. Her focus is on strategy design, project management and international advocacy, combined with extensive experience in the field of gender, peace and security.
JOCHEN NEUMANN is a trainer in nonviolent conflict transformation and director of KURVE Wustrow. He worked on mediation and reconciliation in South
Africa and implemented „do no harm“ at a human rights organisation.
Participants are able
• to assess the strengths and weaknesses of selected
project management approaches and tools
• to select the relevant and appropriate tools for their
• to apply key elements of selected project
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