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Working at the Nexus between Human Rights and Conflict Transformation

Application Deadline
18th March 2019
Start
25th March 2019
End
19th April 2019
Duration
4 weeks
Skill level
Basic
Place
Online
Costs/Fee
500 USD
Description

Human rights, conflict, peace and development are closely linked, but the linkages are not always evident in practice. Misconceptions exist; such as that conflict prevention involves making unacceptable compromises or that human rights engagement means delaying lasting peace. Even though they engage with similar national partners and both aim to build just and peaceful societies, conflict prevention practitioners and human rights practitioners do not always work together and at worst the divide can lead to them working against each other.

This online tutored course offers insights on how conflict transformation and human rights approaches complement one another, and on how UN staff and partners can leverage on these linkages. Through practical examples and case studies, this course demonstrates how working across disciplines can enhance practice and facilitate dialogue and coordination across the disciplines building on the comparative advantage of one another and exploring what the nexus entails.

Objectives

By the end of the course participants will be able to:
- Explain the concepts, focus areas, and strategies in the fields of conflict transformation and human rights;
- Describe the relevance of linking human rights and conflict transformation and appreciate the UN practice in this area;
- Identify challenges and dilemmas related to linking human rights and conflict transformation;
- Apply the knowledge to a generic case by incorporating elements from both perspectives in their analysis of conflict-related situations.

Preconditions

n/a

Location
Viale Maestri del Lavoro 10 10127 Turin Italy

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Topics
  • Conflict transformation
  • Culture and identity
  • Human rights (in conflict)
  • Conflict management & conflict resolution
  • Peace education
  • Peacebuilding
Languages English
Evaluation Quizzes and final assignment
Target Audience
  • Military
  • Law enforcement agencies
  • Policy makers
  • Civil servants in governments
  • General public
  • Local authorities
  • Media
  • Youth
  • NGO staff
  • Women
  • Other
  • Social workers
  • Youth workers
  • Teachers
  • Public authorities
Methods
  • Lecture
  • Case Study
  • Methods for Reflection
Accreditation
  • Not available
Certificate
  • Certificate of Participation
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