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Shaping the Future of Peace Training in Europe and Beyond

1.10.2018 – 2.10.2018
Vienna, Austria

Shaping the Future of Peace Training in Europe and Beyond will be the leading forum in Europe to bring together leading training institutions, trainers and deployment agencies involved in peacebuilding and prevention missions and operations. Over 2-days more than 20 workshops, plenary sessions and special forums will address the frontiers, needs and current innovations in training for peacebuilding, peacekeeping and prevention, use of information and communication technologies, strengthening local and national capacities, gender and inclusion and much more. Register now and help shape the future of peace training in Europe and Beyond.”

The Conference

Shaping the Future of Peace Training in Europe and Beyond will bring together leading centres of excellence and key stakeholders in peace training in Europe and internationally. The 2-day conference will feature more than 20 workshops, panels, lessons sharing events and innovation sessions on critical issues in training for peacebuilding and prevention from practitioners, training institutions and deployment agencies.The aim of Shaping the Future of Peace Training in Europe and Beyond international conference and forum for policy and practice is to bring forward the state of the art of the field of peace training across all sectors – government, military, police, civilian – to identify critical new frontiers, lessons learned, and innovations in technology and practice, and to contribute practically to improving the practice, delivery, quality and impact of peace training and capacity building in the field.

Key Goals & Objectives

Shaping the Future will provide a multi-stakeholder forum bringing together governments, deployment agencies and training institutions – including military, police, diplomatic and civilian (NGO and private sector) – to identify the state of the art of peace training in Europe and internationally in order to:

  • Learn from best practices and improve streamlining front of the field approaches across sectors;
  • Identify challenges and how they can be practically addressed: what corrections and improvements are needed;
  • Explore front of the field innovations in training methods, approaches and use of information and communication technologies to support and improve peace training;
  • Take steps towards improving competency frameworks and quality standards for peacebuilding and prevention training and improved collaboration amongst training institutions across sectors in Europe and beyond;
  • Explore training within a more comprehensive approach to capacity building across the field – with special focus on strengthening local and national ownership in the field

Improving partnerships and collaboration across the full-breadth of the training and deployment field for peacebuilding and peace operations in Europe and internationally, including across sectors

Who is it for?

Participants from across Europe and internationally are welcome, including leading training institutions, government ministries, trainers, deployment agencies, donor institutions, EEAS and key institutions, experts and practitioners involved in peacebuilding and prevention operations, training and capacity building.

Format

The Conference & Forum for Policy and Practice will be organised drawing upon best practice approaches to foster effective and collaborative engagement, sharing of lessons, and participatory approaches to identifying next steps and improving the field. The Conference will include Panel Sessions with leading experts, practitioners and agencies, parallel workshops, design forums and collaborative innovation sessions, a ‘market’ space for training institutions and agencies to present and share their work, an IT ‘space’ for exploring ICT technologies and peace training, and more.

Location & Venue

Sigmund Freud University, Freudplatz. 1, 1020 Vienna
The Conference is being organised in Vienna during Austria’s Presidency of the EU Council.

Conference Schedule

Partners

Shaping the Future of Peace Training in Europe and Beyond is a collaborative initiative of the PeaceTraining.eu Consortium, the European Peacebuilding Liaison Office (EPLO), the Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict (GPPAC), the European Security and Defence College (ESDC), the Peace and Collaborative Development Network (PCDN) and The Civilian Planning and Conduct Capability (CPCC) of the EEAS.

News

Shaping the Future of Peace Training in Europe and Beyond launched!

A collaborative initiative of the PeaceTraining.eu consortium, the European Security and Defence College (ESDC), the European Peacebuilding Liaison Office (EPLO), the Peace and Collaborative Development Network (PCDN) and more – the 2-day conference will bring together deployment agencies and organisations in the field, training institutions, and practitioners, professionals and experts in training and capacity building for peacebuilding and prevention!

Join us October 1 & 2 in Vienna during Austria’s Presidency of the Council of the European Union.

Shaping the Future of Peace Training in Europe and Beyond

1.10.2018 – 2.10.2018
Vienna, Austria

Shaping the Future of Peace Training in Europe and Beyond will be the leading forum in Europe to bring together leading training institutions, trainers and deployment agencies involved in peacebuilding and prevention missions and operations. Over 2-days more than 20 workshops, plenary sessions and special forums will address the frontiers, needs and current innovations in training for peacebuilding, peacekeeping and prevention, use of information and communication technologies, strengthening local and national capacities, gender and inclusion and much more. Register now and help shape the future of peace training in Europe and Beyond.”

The Conference

Shaping the Future of Peace Training in Europe and Beyond will bring together leading centres of excellence and key stakeholders in peace training in Europe and internationally. The 2-day conference will feature more than 20 workshops, panels, lessons sharing events and innovation sessions on critical issues in training for peacebuilding and prevention from practitioners, training institutions and deployment agencies.The aim of Shaping the Future of Peace Training in Europe and Beyond international conference and forum for policy and practice is to bring forward the state of the art of the field of peace training across all sectors – government, military, police, civilian – to identify critical new frontiers, lessons learned, and innovations in technology and practice, and to contribute practically to improving the practice, delivery, quality and impact of peace training and capacity building in the field.

Key Goals & Objectives

Shaping the Future will provide a multi-stakeholder forum bringing together governments, deployment agencies and training institutions – including military, police, diplomatic and civilian (NGO and private sector) – to identify the state of the art of peace training in Europe and internationally in order to:

  • Learn from best practices and improve streamlining front of the field approaches across sectors;
  • Identify challenges and how they can be practically addressed: what corrections and improvements are needed;
  • Explore front of the field innovations in training methods, approaches and use of information and communication technologies to support and improve peace training;
  • Take steps towards improving competency frameworks and quality standards for peacebuilding and prevention training and improved collaboration amongst training institutions across sectors in Europe and beyond;
  • Explore training within a more comprehensive approach to capacity building across the field – with special focus on strengthening local and national ownership in the field

Improving partnerships and collaboration across the full-breadth of the training and deployment field for peacebuilding and peace operations in Europe and internationally, including across sectors

Who is it for?

Participants from across Europe and internationally are welcome, including leading training institutions, government ministries, trainers, deployment agencies, donor institutions, EEAS and key institutions, experts and practitioners involved in peacebuilding and prevention operations, training and capacity building.

Format

The Conference & Forum for Policy and Practice will be organised drawing upon best practice approaches to foster effective and collaborative engagement, sharing of lessons, and participatory approaches to identifying next steps and improving the field. The Conference will include Panel Sessions with leading experts, practitioners and agencies, parallel workshops, design forums and collaborative innovation sessions, a ‘market’ space for training institutions and agencies to present and share their work, an IT ‘space’ for exploring ICT technologies and peace training, and more.

Location & Venue

Sigmund Freud University, Freudplatz. 1, 1020 Vienna
The Conference is being organised in Vienna during Austria’s Presidency of the EU Council.

Conference Schedule

Partners

Shaping the Future of Peace Training in Europe and Beyond is a collaborative initiative of the PeaceTraining.eu Consortium, the European Peacebuilding Liaison Office (EPLO), the Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict (GPPAC), the European Security and Defence College (ESDC), the Peace and Collaborative Development Network (PCDN) and The Civilian Planning and Conduct Capability (CPCC) of the EEAS.

News

Shaping the Future of Peace Training in Europe and Beyond launched!

A collaborative initiative of the PeaceTraining.eu consortium, the European Security and Defence College (ESDC), the European Peacebuilding Liaison Office (EPLO), the Peace and Collaborative Development Network (PCDN) and more – the 2-day conference will bring together deployment agencies and organisations in the field, training institutions, and practitioners, professionals and experts in training and capacity building for peacebuilding and prevention!

Join us October 1 & 2 in Vienna during Austria’s Presidency of the Council of the European Union.