Systemic Peacebuilding, Conflict Transformation & Post-War Recovery and Reconciliation (PCTR) is one of IPDTC’s best attended global programmes designed for UN agencies, government officials, diplomats, staff of inter-governmental organisations, and national and international experts and practitioners working in peacebuilding, post-war recovery, peace consolidation and armed violence prevention. The programme will provide participants with a rigorous training grounded in extensive on-the-ground operational experience. The programme is hand-on, and brings together highly experienced experts and practitioners working in prevention, peacemaking and peacebuilding during war, and post-war recovery and peace consolidation. Agencies and organisations sending multiple participants and early applicants are available for course fee reductions.
The PCTR Programme is implemented in affiliation with the Peace Operation Training Institute’s Certificate of Training in United Nations Peace Support Operations (COTIPSO).
Bringing together experienced practitioners and policy makers from governments, the United Nations, regional organizations (EU, AU, OAS, ASEAN), and national and international organisations and agencies, the program provides a unique opportunity to exchange experiences and practical learning together with those working in conflict situations world-wide. One of the best evaluated programs in the field internationally, the PCTR is also unique in addressing all three phases of violence and war – before, during and after – based on practical operational experiences.
The PCTR program is a five-day intensive training which provides middle and senior-level experts with a forum for reflection and professional development in a dynamic and stimulating environment. Given the issues it addresses, it is also relevant for those working in political, gender, security, human rights, development, and humanitarian fields, donors, and diplomats, working in areas affected or threatened by war and armed conflict or in post-war situations.
Senior experts, field staff working in areas affected by violent conflict and war and in post-war situations, international diplomats, national and local level politicians in countries affected by war and conflict or with portfolios responsible for issues dealing with peacebuilding, conflict transformation, and development policies, policy makers, UN staff and heads of missions, people involved in grass-roots and community-based peacebuilding, and practitioners of conflict transformation and mediation.
With Full Accommodation, Course Fee & Meals Included: EUR 895 (OECD Participants); EUR 595 (Non-OECD Participants); Special discounts are available for: Early Payment, Multiple Participants, Two Courses Taken Together