You will master techniques needed to design, organise and facilitate workshops and seminars on human rights and sustainable peacebuilding. You will familiarise yourself with participatory approaches and creative tools to train different groups, and learn to evaluate and reflect on training and learning processes. Experience a practice-oriented training based on a non-violent gender-sensitive approach.
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Who should apply
The programme addresses individuals with a background in the field of human rights and/ or peacebuilding. New trainers will gain a strong foundation in critical training skills, while experienced trainers will have the opportunity to reflect on their skills and will be introduced to new approaches for delivering effective trainings.
Fee: 1.890€ (including accommodation, joint transportation from and to Vienna, course material, social event)
The ASPR may grant waivers to some applicants who are unable to afford the full tuition fee. Applicants who wish to apply for waivers must demonstrate their inability to afford the tuition fee.
Application Deadline: 30 July 2017
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