IPT Core Course for Peacebuilders
Sessions on Gender and Peacebuilding, Third-Party Interventions and Conflict Sensitivity and Do-No-Harm
About the Course
Austrian Centre for Peace International Civilian Peacebuilding Training Programme (IPT) is an internationally recognised professional training programme for civilian experts in peacebuilding, conflict transformation and crisis management. It is based on an integrative approach that investigates different philosophies, theoretical paradigms and social theories in ways that support efforts in peacebuilding. It explores ontologies and epistemologies of peace and peacebuilding together with their implications and applications in practical work.
Eva has a longstanding collaboration with ACP and between 2005 and 2012 has designed and delivered numerous trainings for ACP on conflict analysis, designing and implementing conflict prevention and peace building interventions, understanding conflict mediation dynamics and processes, role plays on negotiation, mediation and dialogue situations, etc. In 2023, IPT took place from 16 to 24 July, and Eva was invited to host three sessions on 23 and 24 July: Gender and Peacebuilding, Third-Party Interventions, and Conflict Sensitivity and Do-No-Harm.
EVA DALAK is a skilled conflict transformation facilitator, peacebuilding trainer, and gender advisor with more than 20 years’ experience in international development cooperation in over 20 countries in conflict zones across Africa, the Middle East, and Southeast Asia. She has worked with various international intergovernmental and civil society organizations. In 2016 Eva co-founded One Whole Peace - a peace movement in Israel that brings together Jewish, Muslim, and Christian citizens in conflict transformation-from-within workshops. Eva is passionate about conflict transformation and promoting gender equality and individual leadership fostering inter-faith dialogue, and empowering communities to build peace from within. Eva was born and raised in Israel-Palestine and currently resides in Costa Rica with her family. She is fluent in French, English, and Hebrew and has conversational proficiency in Spanish and Arabic.
Gender & Peacebuilding
Define gender and understand key policies and approaches related to gender.
Identify and address gendered peace- and security needs, including Conflict-Related Sexual and Gender-Based Violence (CRSGBV).
Promote inclusivity and meaningful participation in peacebuilding efforts and processes.
Apply gender-sensitive strategies and practices to enhance the effectiveness of peacebuilding interventions.
Distinguish between various types of third-party intervention, such as conciliation, consultation, mediation, and dialogue.
Apply the basic principles and steps of a mediation process to effectively facilitate conflict resolution.
Analyse the characteristics and steps involved in a dialogue process to promote constructive communication.
Assess the relationship between complex conflict contexts and third-party interventions, and how to adapt interventions accordingly.
Conflict transformation & Do-No-Harm
Understand the significance of conflict sensitivity in interventions and its impact on outcomes.
Learn how to Implement the DNH framework proficiently to ensure conflict sensitive interventions.
Assess the potential positive or negative effects of resource transfers on the context and take appropriate action.
Adopt behaviours that promote positive values and messages to other actors in the context, fostering a peaceful environment.
Gender & Peacebuilding
Conflict Transformation & Do-No-Harm
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Connect with Eva
San Pablo, Costa Rica
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