CPPB Curricula, Providers, Trainers and Courses

Herbert C. Kelman Institute for Interactive Conflict Transformation

  • Private
  • Non-profit
  • International

The Herbert C. Kelman Institute for Interactive Conflict Transformation (HKI) is an independent non-partisan, nongovernmental organisation registered in Austria. The Institute is engaged in civil society conflict transformation and peacebuilding in international and intra-societal conflicts. The objectives are to foster peace trough violence prevention, peace mediation and historic reconciliation. The Institute is applying an integrative approach. It emphasises the interdependence of conflict transformation, peacebuilding, reconciliation, empowerment for social change and intercultural dialogue. It supports the involvement and strengthening of women’s role in conflict transformation in all its activities. The approach is based on trans-disciplinary research, drawing insight from international conflict and peace research, critical systems theory, cultural studies, political psychology and group psychotherapy. The constant development and refinement of this integrative theory and praxis is based on dialogue and cooperation with internationally renowned institutions, university centres, networks, theoreticians, practitioners and activists.

Contact Data
  • NGO/non-for profit
  • Conflict transformation
  • Culture and identity
  • Conflict analysis
  • Conflict management & conflict resolution
  • Conflict prevention
  • Project management conflict-sensitive
  • Refugees & IDPs
  • Trauma and psycho-social support
Target Audience
  • Policy makers
  • Civil servants in governments
  • Media
  • NGO staff
Foundation Year 2005
Higher or Secondary Education Establishment No
  • Not available
Main Training Languages
  • English
  • German
Get in contact

In order to send a message, please click on this button.   Get in contact

Liability Disclaimer and its consortium members shall not be liable to you or any other user for any direct, indirect or incidental damage derived from the use of this platform, or any loss of data, opportunities, reputation, or profits derive from the use of this service. Training centres and trainers are responsible for the veracity of the information provided in platform.