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Please fill in our survey for the project CHAMPIONs on multi-actors collaboration in the field of group-based hatred, radicalisation and polarisation in Romania.
To understand the local contexts and assess the needs of local experts, we prepared a questionnaire, which takes about 15 minutes to complete. Your answers will help us design tools that reflect on the local realities, are easy to use, and meet your needs. Completion of the questionnaire is anonymous but we would be happy if you provided us with your name and email address so that we can stay in contact and inform you about the development of the project.
CHAMPIONs’ central action is to establish permanent offline working groups – ‘CHAMPIONs Roundtables’ – combining FLPs (first-line-practitioners) of different disciplines, professions and institutions or agencies, to jointly develop effective detection and response solutions to counter polarisation, build resilience and protect vulnerable groups in their local communities.
PATRIR was a partner in this project. Have a look at the website championsproject.eu.
Organized crime and terrorist networks are major threats for the European Union and its societies. First-line-practitioners such as teachers, social workers, youth worker, (mental) health care workers and community police officers are key players in early prevention and identification of radicalisation, terrorist activities and crime. Therefore, the platform firstlinepractitioners.com provides latest information and knowledge, practical guidelines and useful supporting tools for first-line-practitioners and the public in order to facilitate collaborative activities against radicalization, terrorism and organized crime.
PATRIR was a partner in this project. Have a look at the website firstlinepractitioners.com.
Looking for the most interesting training providers, courses or trainers on Conflict Prevention and Peace Building?
PATRIR was a partner in this project. Have a look at the website peacetraining.eu.
Peacebuilding Interview: Kai Brand-Jacobsen
Peace Magazine Editor Metta Spencer interviews PATRIR Director of the Department of Peace Operations Kai Brand-Jacobsen on ‘peacebuilding‘. Over the course of an hour this wide-ranging interview covers the critical need for peacebuilding in the world today, ways in which peacebuilding can be done on the ground, experiences in north East Nigeria and the work of organisations like Search for Common Ground, the situation in Venezuela and much more. It is a tour de force from one of the leading trainers, practitioners and scholars in the field – an introduction to peacebuilding and overview of critical issues that should be shared and seen widely. As the interview continues it becomes more and more powerful and inspiring.
Click here to watch the interview
International Peace & Development Training Centre: 2019 Training Calendar
We are excited to present to you our updated IPDTC 2019 Training Calendar! We carefully researched, prepared and planned our trainings with a focus on subjects of highest interest in the field.
If you wish to register for one of the programmes or have a question, please feel free to contact us at [email protected].
Municipal peacebuilding and sub-national peace processes
Municipalities and local authorities are essential to the successful implementation of peace initiatives, yet not enough international support is focusing on providing assistance to actors at the very centre of these efforts. Our programme addresses this gap, drawing on experiences from all over the world.
Click here to learn more about its content and request assistance for locally owned and driven peacebuilding programming
Syria country programme
PATRIR has been working inside Syria since 2016 with a consortium of international and local partners, in order to provide professional capacity building training for civilians remaining behind, including many IDPs. We conducted in-depth needs assessments in order to ascertain the skills most relevant for the current context, as well as those which they could carry forward in the event of a post-war transition phase.
Click here to learn more about our programming in Syria
Addressing radicalisation, violent extremism and polarisation
Since our foundation in 2001, we have become one of the world’s leading centres for peacebuilding and prevention, supporting peace operations in communities and countries affected by conflict, training and capacity building for practitioners and experts in the field, and evidence-based research and evaluation to improve policy and practice. Since 2002 the Institute has had an active programme line on radicalisation, violent extremism and terrorism implemented in Europe and internationally.
Click here to learn more about how we address radicalisation and violent extremism
– Solomon Woldemichael
Civil Affairs Officer, Unites Nations Mission in Liberia (UNMIL)
– Dr. Oana Cristina Popa
Former ambassador of Romania to Croatia
– Paul Ebikwo
Civil Affairs Officer, UNAMID, Sudan