INTELLIGENCE AND INFORMATION MANAGEMENT IN PEACE OPERATIONS COURSE
11-16 November 2018
The objective of the course is to develop a deeper understanding and specific skills in information management and the use of intelligence in integrated peace operations.
This will be the first course to be guided by the new United Nations Peacekeeping Intelligence Policy and will be a central topic throughout the course.
The course program is designed for mid and senior level civilian, military and police working in international organizations (UN, AU, EU, OSCE etc.), and those working in governments, non-governmental organizations and academic institutions.More about this
3-8 March 2019
The aim of the course is to enhance specific knowledge in conflict analysis and mediation skills of the participants which can be successfully applied in emerging and ongoing crisis situations.
The training consists of contributions by senior experts and practitioners in this field, facilitated discussions, and simulation exercises.
The content of the course aims to create a platform for an exchange of experiences, as well as the best practices and the trends in the field of mediation between participants and facilitators.More about this
GENDER MAINSTREAMING IN PEACE OPERATIONS AND GENDER MAINSTREAMING IN MEDIATION COURSE
1-5 July 2019
The objective of the course is to expand specific knowledge on gender issues with the view to applying gender perspective in all policies, actions, plans and procedures in integrated peace operations and to improve understanding of the role women could play in conflict prevention and conflict resolution, and to enhance specific skills of the participants in gender sensitive conflict analysis and mediation process design.
Course is focused on:
1. Gender mainstreaming on the operational and tactical levels in the different disciplines of peace operations and
2. Gender sensitive mediation.
The course program is designed for civilians, military and police officers working in international organizations, those working in the public sector, non-governmental organizations and academic institutions or those preparing themselves to serve in the area of peace operations or in diplomatic services.More about this