2020 TRAINING PROGRAMS
A core objective of the CPPBI is to ‘promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development, provide access to justice for all and build effective, accountable and inclusive institutions at all levels’.
1. Interactive Workshop in Conflict Resolution, Transformation and Peacebuilding
DATE: 3rd – 7th March, 2020, Benin City, Nigeria
This course provides those involved in planning for long-term and peaceful development with a clear understanding of the principles and processes underlying the sustainable and resilient transition of a post-conflict environment.
Interactive learning will increase participants’ understanding of the key issues in conflict resolution, transformation and peacebuilding, such as the planning and management of security sector reform, humanitarian action as well as the targets and mechanisms for effective state strengthening. By examining in-depth case studies and influential factors behind sustainable peacebuilding, participants will leave equipped to develop plans for post-conflict transition management.
2. RESULTS-BASED MANAGEMENT FOR PEACEBUILDING, SECURITY AND DEVELOPMENT
DATE: 5th – 7th May, 2020, Lagos, Nigeria
This programme is designed for Policy-makers and Practitioners working in the field of peacebuilding, security and development. Its goal is to introduce them to programme results-based management, design, monitoring and evaluation skills. This intensive training tackles programme cycle planning, theories of change, results-based approaches as well as the practical implementation of monitoring and evaluation processes using simulations and field based case studies.
The course will enhance your results-based management skills, specifically your programme/project design capacity by walking you through every step of the process from line of sight, theory of change to case design, indicator setting, data collection and design. It will enable you to address gaps related to appropriate goal setting, performance targeting, monitoring, and evaluation of both outputs and outcomes in the fields of peacebuilding, security and development.
3. COMPREHENSIVE PEACEBUILDING FOR THE 21st CENTURY
DATE: 13th– 17 July, 2020, Ibadan, Nigeria
CPPBI will deliver this five-day course, which provides a comprehensive overview of peacebuilding and conflict analysis by using current cases and scenarios. A particular emphasis will be placed on the interlinkages between peace and security issues. The course is targeting government officials, civil society organisations, international organisations and the private sector. The participants will focus on developing effective interventions to build sustainable peace.
The course will deepen your understanding and knowledge of peace and security challenges within fragile settings; develop a comprehensive strategy from a diversity of peacebuilding tasks; enhance your capacity to design effective and comprehensive peacebuilding policies; and develop cross-cultural understanding and gender awareness as it applies to a peacebuilding context.
4. RESULTS-BASED MANAGEMENT FOR PEACE
(Design, Monitoring and Evaluating in High Risk Environment)
DATE: August 19th-21st, 2020, Port Harcourt, Nigeria
Programme and project designers and managers working in fragile situations face a unique set of challenges where information is often scarce and operational presence high risk. Practitioners will enhance their programme design skills as well as their monitoring and evaluation capacity. This interactive course provides programme and project managers with immediately implementable practical skills.
The course will enable you to: Develop your knowledge of RBM particularly in fragile environments, improve your design capacities leading to more effective programmes and projects, sharpen your monitoring and evaluation skills, build a network of fellow experts and practitioners operationalising RBM principles in volatile settings; and access an extensive network of expertise in international affairs and security.
NOTE: This course is not intended for professional evaluators.
5. The Global Migration Crisis: Challenges and Responses
(Developing Effective, Sustainable Responses)
DATE: 2nd-5th December, 2020, Asaba, Nigeria
This course provides an overview of the global migration crisis, its trends and drivers. The course will highlight the different push/pull factors and resulting humanitarian needs created by migration crises. Participants will learn how to develop comprehensive migration policies and innovative responses.
The course will enable you to: Deepen your knowledge and understanding of global migration crises; enhance your capacity to identify different needs and sectors of assistance; develop your ability to design and implement effective and comprehensive policies.
NOTE: ALL COURSES ARE FREE
APPLICATION DEADLINE: OCTOBER 10, 2019
To attend these conferences, applicants are expected to write solid expressions of interest of not more than 1000 words, containing their aims for applying to attend these conferences, as well as their expectations, and submit along with a comprehensive resume in Microsoft Word format to: firstname.lastname@example.org OR email@example.com. further enquiries about these courses should be forwarded to the same email addresses.