INTL SECURITY DIPLOMACY Conflict Analysis & Intervention Strategies 2-4 September 2019
Oct 2, 2019 at 21:30 — Oct 4, 2019 at 17:00 (CEST)
INTERNATIONAL SECURITY DIPLOMACY: Conflict Analysis & Intervention Strategies
Idioma: 100% en ingles sin traduccion.
Duracin 3 full days
Comienza: 2 de Septiembre 2019
Termina: 4 de Septiembre 2019
Compromiso de tiempo: 6 a 7 horas por díah (tardes libres).
Contribución: $3,890 MNX – ($195 USD).-
Institución: World Youth Academy (WYAcademy).
Tema: Conflict Analysis & Intervention Strategies.
Campo:INTERNATIONAL SECURITY DIPLOMACY.
International Certificate: The International Certificate is given by the World Youth Academy (WYAcademy).
Level of the course: Intermediate to advanced.
Working language & material: All the training is in English.
EXPECTED OUTCOMES: At the end of the training, participants should be able to understand the complexity of conflict situations and prepare for fruitful, evidence-based and sustainable solutions, as well as understand how to critically consume conflict-related information (news and otherwise).
OBJECTIVES: As today’s world is faced with some of the major challenges in decades from intrastate wars, uprisings, poverty, terrorism, to human rights- and environmental-related, the more peace builders and interventionists know and understand about the situations in which they are working, the less likely they are to make mistakes, and the more likely to succeed in their efforts to find lasting solutions.
According to the Council of Foreign Affairs, there are 33 major conflicts around the world involving interventions at all levels. These challenges require a systemic approach, the involvement of multi-stakeholder efforts and a deep understanding of the contexts and environments in which practitioners operate to implement solutions to the world’s problems.
This training will employ a systemic approach, integrating theory and practice to increase participants’ understanding of conflicts and interventions, and enhance their capacities in planning successful interventions (e.g. projects in their communities).
The training will:
Provide tools for diagnosing and understanding complex emergencies/crisis situations, and conflict dynamics;
Provide tools for analyzing interventions of different kinds on the project or program level in the areas of relief, social & development projects in terms of determinants of success and failure in achieving comprehensive security;
Provide a framework for starting successful and sustainable interventions (e.g. projects) and to enhance participants’ understanding of the interconnectedness and applicability of various concepts in the field of humanitarian work and projects.