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 program is designed for mid and senior level civilian, military and police staff of international organizations, governments, non-governmental organizations and academic institutions with the view to enhancing their knowledge and conflict analysis and mediation skills
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.
1,250 euros and includes:
- training activities
- participation at Fireside chat
- sightseeing tour of Belgrade, followed by dinner
- opening and closing ceremonies
The course fee will be partially subsidized for a limited number of qualified applicants. If you wish to apply for partial subsidy, please send an email with your curriculum vitae and motivational letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hotel M (the venue for the course) is offering a special rate for attendees should they wish to stay at the hotel. The total fee (course fee and hotel stay, including breakfast, lunch and dinner), is 1,825 euros. This is based on six days stay (from 02nd to 08th March) at Hotel M.
|Director:||Goran Topalović, Director of Operations, Conflux Center|
|Senior Mentors:||Ambassador Milos Strugar, UN Senior Mediation Adviser
Julian Harston, UN Assistant Secretary-General (Ret.)
Bulevar Oslobodjenja 56a, Belgrade, Serbia
|Duration:||1 – 6 March, 2020|
|Course Fee:||1,250 euros ($1,450)|