By the end of the course participants will
be familiar with the principles of conflict management and conflict
transformation. They will have substantially broadened their horizon on the
issue of conflict and applied tools to understand its mechanisms and work with
it in a non-violent way.
- Basic terms and concepts
- Methods of peace and conflict analysis
- Approaches to conflict transformation
- Facilitation and mediation processes and
- Analysis and Diagnostics of Conflict
- The Basic Elements of Alternative Dispute
- Personal Conflict Management
- Actor Analysis and Mapping Techniques
- Strategic Planning of Peace-Building
- Theory and Practice of Conflict Sensitivity
- Approaches on “Peace and Conflict Impact
classroom sessions with the trainer and the fellow participants via Zoom
(subject to change) are complemented by group exercises, assignments as
well as time for self-study and reflection.
What does live online training mean?
Our online trainings are not pre-recorded training videos, webinars for large audiences or self-paced e-learning courses. They are virtual live trainings
delivered by our trainers in real-time, focusing on the interaction of a
small group of remote participants. Just like our face-to-face
trainings, these virtual classrooms aim at tailoring the discussions and
learning experiences to the training needs of the participants.
to attend our live online trainings, a reliable high-speed internet
connection and a computer or laptop running Windows or iOS are required
(including audio and video). The Humboldt-Universität of Berlin uses the
videoconferencing platform Zoom (subject to change) for virtual
classrooms as well as other digital tools. We strongly
recommend an external headset for better sound quality
Our participants come from all
around the globe. They include staff from development agencies, national
and international NGOs, national governments, university students and
researchers, as well as professionals from the private sector. A good
command of English is a prerequisite.