TOWARDS INTEGRATED PEACEBUILDING: PSYCHOSOCIAL WELLBEING, SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE FOR INCREASED PEACEBUILDING IMPACT
Training by IAHV
Date: November 2021 and January 2022
Price: 580 euro
Our trainings are conducted online through Zoom and include live sessions, individual exercises and group activities.
Each training is tailored to the needs of the organisation / participants / specific peacebuilding program, and can also be organized and tailored on request.
Advanced next step trainings and follow up support and customised assistance are available.
The training consists of 3 components:
1. Resilience, Stress Management and Self-Care:
This includes the world renowned SKY technique, proven to improve health, immunity and sleep, and reduce anxiety, depression, burn-out
2. Developing one’s potential as a peacebuilder:
Nurture your inner resources and peacebuilding qualities and strengthen the experience of peace in the midst of conflict
3. Professional Skills Training:
Providing tools for analysis, design and delivery of psycho-social interventions to increase sustainability and effectiveness of peacebuilding outcomes
Option 1: 6-7-8 Nov + 13,16, 20, 23 Nov 2021
Timings: Week days: 1800 – 2100; Weekend days: 16.00 – 19.00 CET
Registration Deadline: 22 October 2021
Option 2: 21-22-23 January 2022 + 26, 29 January + 1 , 8 February
Timings: Week days: 1800 – 2100; Weekend days: 10.00 – 13.00 CET
Registration Deadline: 7 January 2022
Trainer: Dr. Katrien Hertog, Director Peacebuilding Programs IAHV
Dr. Katrien Hertog is a peacebuilding researcher, trainer and practitioner with 20 years of experience in the academic and non-governmental sector.
In her capacity as Director Peacebuilding Programs for IAHV, as well as a researcher, she has been pioneering the practice of psychosocial peacebuilding (PSPB) for more impactful peacebuilding practice and advocating for its integration in international peacebuilding policy and practice. She develops, implements and advocates for PSPB programs on preventing and transforming violent extremism, trauma relief to break the cycles of violence, strengthening mediation and reconciliation processes, and training peacebuilding personnel.
Dr. Hertog has a MA in Peace Studies from the University of Bradford and a PhD from the Centre for Peace Research at the University of Leuven.
What you will learn
Partners: European Commission, UNDP, IFRC, ICCS, IRD, Save the Children, Handicap International, NRC, World Vision, UNRWA, Relief International, Jordan River Foundation, Madrasati, Insani, Jesuit Refugee Services, Australian Embassy, SOS Children’s Village, Progressive Women Union, Fedasil, and more.