This micro-course provides an overview of the strategic process of building peace when long-term violence has burdened a conflict-affected community. It describes the seven necessary components that should be considered to make peacebuilding more effective.
Course Overview & Key Objectives
By the end of this micro-course, participants will be able to achieve the following objectives:
- Describe the role of strategic peacebuilding when preparing for peace and why it's important;
- Identify the seven considerations to take into account in the peacebuilding process; and
- Identify the seven considerations to take into account in the peacebuilding process. and
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Introduces the role of strategic peacebuilding in preparing for peacebuilding and why it is important.
Introduces the curve of conflict and discusses the move toward conflict transformation.
Identifies two considerations to take into account when preparing for peacebuilding.
Discusses several considerations seen in strategic peacebuilding and how it applies to preparing for peacebuilding.
Explains the impact long-term violence has on peacebuilding.
Checks your understanding and retention of key terms, concepts, and ideas presented in this course.
Allows you to share what you have learned and read what others have learned from this course and how these skills and knowledge will impact the work we do.
Instructors and Guest Experts
- George Lopez, Rev. Theodore M. Hesburgh, C.S.C., Professor Emeritus of Peace Studies, University of Notre Dame