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International Training on Conflict Analysis and Strategic Peacebuilding

Training Course

29 October - 7 November 2017 | Brighton, United Kingdom

Conflict is a natural, normal and neutral occurrence but how to deal with that which is normal and neutral when it causes dislocations in our lives is the major challenge.
Conflict is a natural, normal and neutral occurrence but how to deal with that which is normal and neutral is a major challenge. Depressed economies , unemployment among young people , diversity , multiculturalism and migration creates dislocations and conflict but a clear understanding of how to analyze these conflicts is what is lacking which makes a lot of people to either resort to blame game or wrong approaches to conflict which in turn escalates the conflict. It is possible for people to take the right approaches in dealing with conflict provided they understand the root causes of the conflict. If you find yourself in a diverse team who are constantly in mortal disagreements and everyone pulling in different directions or a relationship that suddenly turns sour or a stable community which suddenly go up in arms against each other, then there is need for conflict analysis skills. A superficial assessment of the situation based on what can be seen or associated emotional feeling will confuse and derail right approaches to transforming the situation but a clear understanding of CONFLICT ANALYSIS SKILL will help in delving to the epi-centre of the problem which will bring about right approaches and lead to stable and harmonious working relationships. The benefit of these skills will help communities, teams and young people overcome divides of multiculturalism and diversity. This training seeks to help people get off the superficial and cosmetics approach to understand complex situation and give them the needed tools and skills to untangle situations and help teams to understand themselves better for better performance and communities and groups to function harmoniously in a mutually reinforcing dimensions. This training will mitigate kneel jerk responses to unpleasant pressured situations but gives the participant the required skills to cut through distractions and get to the heart of the problem because lack of clear understanding of any conflict creates room for escalation of conflict which could make it more difficult to transform. This project will promote diversity, deepen the values of freedom, tolerance and promotion of human rights and cohesive communities. The project will be facilitated through non-formal learner centered approaches with kine-static methods. OBJECTIVES OF THE PROJECT -To train 30 youth workers, youth leaders and youth in specific Conflict Analysis. - Train youth workers on conflict mapping frameworks -Train youth workers and young people in negotiation skills -To train youth workers and youth leaders the fundamental principles of creators who takes the advantages of bad situations to create new and better opportunities - To train youth workers and youth leaders in team building and team leading skills which will enable them to leverage diversity in a multicultural workspace. - Build a pool of conflict analyst - Train youth worker and youth leaders on the cycle of conflicts - Train participants in local capacities for peace-building - Train participants in strategic peace-building - Train youth workers on human rights -Train youth workers on the values of diversity and inter-cultural dialogue

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Training overview

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This Training Course is

for 30 participants

from Bulgaria, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Portugal, Spain, United Kingdom

and recommended for

Youth workers, Trainers, Youth project managers, Refugees

Working language(s):



African Centre for Development and Research (Youth NGO)

African Centre for Development and Research Promotes the visibility of young people and minorities in UK and Europe in practical ways to prevent rights abuses experienced by minority groups by working across barriers and lines of divide with a view to creating a viable platform of mutual collaboration between minority groups and the broader society in a framework that promotes mutual respect respect and creation of a more open society which is devoid of acrimony and stereotype.
• Memberships are Organizational and Individually based. ACDR seeks to serve as a primary catalyst for enhancing African/Migrant and minority group participation in issues relating to non violent conflict transformation, governance, human rights and societal development in UK and Europe.
• ACDR implements are projects through face to face training sessions, e-training sessions, webiners, seminars and community focused group meetings with the use of New media.
• African Centre Development and Research employ research approach in collating data for effective project execution. The organization work principally with youth and young people between the ages of 15 to 30 years in UK and Europe

Contact for questions:

Adeola Ojeniyi


Phone: +447411128401


1. We will reimburse participants to the tune of 80% of the country budget in Euros (a) Italy - 275.00 (b) Bulgaria - 360.00 (c) Poland - 275.00 (d) Portugal -360.00 (e) Spain - 360.00 (f) Hungary - 360.00 (g) U.K - 0.00 2. Accommodation and feeding is free 3. No participation fee

This training activity is funded by:

The Erasmus+ Youth in Action Programme

Participants are entitled to receive a Youthpass certificate from the organiser, for recognition of their competence development during the activity. Read more about Youthpass:

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