To be trained in peacebuilding and democracy means to have acquired knowledge, skills, and attitudes that enable you to contribute to creating and sustaining peaceful, inclusive, and democratic societies.
Peacebuilding involves working to prevent or resolve conflicts peacefully, promoting reconciliation and building social cohesion, and addressing the root causes of violence and instability. It involves various strategies and approaches, such as mediation, dialogue, community engagement, human rights advocacy, and capacity building.
Democracy, on the other hand, refers to a system of government that is characterized by citizen participation, rule of law, protection of human rights, and accountability. Democracy requires an informed and engaged citizenry, a vibrant civil society, independent media, and transparent and accountable institutions.
Training in peacebuilding and democracy typically involves learning about conflict analysis and resolution, negotiation and mediation, human rights and international law, gender and diversity, governance and accountability, and other related topics. It may also involve gaining practical skills such as facilitation, communication, and project management. Overall, being trained in peacebuilding and democracy prepares individuals to work towards building more peaceful, just, and democratic societies.
Here are some pictures from our training in Peacebuilding and Democracy in India.
This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. The publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein. Project N° 617587-EPP-1-2020-1-IT-EPPKA2-CBY-ACPALA