Date(s) - 14/10/2018 - 20/10/2018
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What was training course about?
This training course aimed to meet the challenges of extremist violence in multicultural society settings through peacebuilding activities. Peace-building activities are a part of the field of peace and conflict transformation studies. In our context, peace-building activities are to be innovative activities that create a peaceful environment to meeting social, and intellectual needs of participants in resolving conflict and preventing violence. In multicultural society settings, when a conflict fueled by extremist behaviors and ideologies is not prevented, reduced or settled, it gives rise to extremist violence which is taken as a short-cut method for resolving differences.
Created training module here: https://www.terrampacis.org/resources/modules/extremist-violence-prevention-training-module-132.html
Training Course’s objectives
At the end the training course:
- Participants are familiar with the conflict resolution and extremist violence prevention analysis, tools and techniques:
a. Participants gained knowledge on the definition of conflict and violence in context of violent extremism, discrimination and advocacy of hatred;
b. Further, they learnt how to address the behavioural facets of conflict and violence, and how to use the tool to classifying conflicts and violence;
c. They also improved their attitudes on how to create a map to illustrate the sources and pillars of a conflict as well as the elements of violence.
- Participants developed their capacities to apply and use intercultural dialogue in countering extremist violence and hate speech:
a. Participants gained knowledge on how to use the tool for conflict analysis to identify and address the roots cause of extremist violence and advocacy of hatred;
b. Further, they gained skills about how to use the tool for conflict analysis to approach and deal with a conflict and differences to prevent extremist violence and hate speech;
c. They also improved their attitudes on how to identify and deals with factors of extremist violence through peace-building activities: intercultural dialogue at the local level.
- Participant are familiar with gender perspective and gender mainstreaming concepts in countering violent extremism and radicalization:
a. Participants gained knowledge on how to integrate gender perspective and gender mainstreaming concepts in countering violent extremism and combating hate speech;
b. Further, they gained skills about how to use gender perspective and gender mainstreaming to approach and deal with factors leading to extremist violence and hate speech;
c. They also developed attitudes on how to challenge negative narratives, stereotypes, and prejudices that portray both young men and women as victims and perpetrators of violence.
Participants were from Romania , Norway , Poland , Moldova , Egypt , Palestine , Tunisia , Bulgaria , Ukraine and Slovakia . There were 2 participants from each country.
Participation in the project
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