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Connecting Human Rights and Conflict Transformation - from Concepts to Practice

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06/10/2015 to 06/12/2015
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swisspeace/KOFF
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Human rights and conflict transformation are instrumental for achieving sustainable peace and development. Both are key elements for the attainment of social justice and the development of societies in which every person has the freedom to act upon his or her own choices. Despite wide recognition of the close links between human rights, conflict, peace and development, many challenges remain when putting such links into practice. 
This course seeks to go beyond the divide that is still often perceived to exist between human rights and conflict transformation, and focuses on moving from concepts to practice. Drawing on experiences of participants and empirical examples, it will consider questions such as: What is the value of linking human rights and conflict transformation? What can these perspectives contribute to one another? How can practitioners draw on insights and tools from the design, implementation and evaluation of projects and interventions? What challenges and dilemmas remain, and what are strategies for addressing these? The course also encourages participants to reflect on their own perspective and on what this means in terms of how they will engage with the human rights / conflict transformation interface.

Date and place: 10-12 June 2015, aki , Bern, Switzerland
Facilitator: Michelle Parlevliet , Independent Consultant / University of Amsterdam
Workload: 3 course days, individual study, 1.5 ECTS points (42 working hours)
Registration deadline: 20 May 2015

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