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New PATRIR & CPAU Handbook
Peace Consolidation Strategy Building: From Analysis to Approach Selection

Handbook Peace Consolidation Strategy Building From Analysis to Approach SelectionsmallThe CPCA team is proud to present the last output of the project: "Peace Consolidation Strategy Building: From Analysis to Approach Selection. Handbook."

The handbook is the result of a one year long, joint Romanian-Afghan-Canadian assessment and capacity building process implemented with the financial support of the Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs from its Official Development Assistance budget, in partnership with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) - Regional Centre for Europe and the CIS.

Designed for a wide audience, comprising of individuals and organizations with expertise and mandate in the various aspects of the peace consolidation thematic, the aim of the handbook is to create a user-friendly strategic pathway towards peace consolidation strategy implementation, through highlighting the most important strategy steps and the inter-related links between them. In parallel, the handbook provides a set of practical tools to be used in the different stages of the strategizing process, easy to use and adaptable to the needs of every conflict context.

For the Handbook, please click here.

For the project website, please click here.

 

Multi-stakeholder Workshop: Collaborative Efforts for Building National Capacities for Peace Consolidation and Sustainable Development in Afghanistan

CPCA LogoThe Contributing to Peace Consolidation in Afghanistan (CPCA) project partners, the Romanian Peace Institute (PATRIR) and Cooperation for Peace and Unity (CPAU) are jointly implementing the 2nd phase of the CPCA project: "Multi-stakeholder Workshop: Collaborative Efforts for Building National Capacities for Peace Consolidation and Sustainable Development in Afghanistan" between the 13-16 October 2014, in Kabul, Afghanistan.

The workshop will cover the following topics among many others: link between peace and development, strategic planning, community dialogue, role of women and peacebuilding. The workshop topics were set based on the results of the 1st phase of the project: the assessment of the peacebuilding and peace consolidation capacity building and training needs, achievements and lessons learned within Afghanistan.

The participants will represent international, national and local organizations engaged in peacebuilding, peace consolidation and sustainable development related activities.

The project is financed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Romania through its Official Development Assistance budget and is implemented by PATRIR and CPAU in partnership with United Nations Development Programme – Bratislava Regional Centre.

For more information related to the project, please contact:

Ms. Adelina Decean, project coordinator, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

PATRIR 2013 Annual Report

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PATRIR has recently released its 2013 Annual Report. From its contents:

Global and local engagments
Department activity reports
Future goals
Financial statement
Donors and partners
The PATRIR team

 

 

For the full Annual Report, please click here.

 

NEW PATRIR PUBLICATION
Contributing to Peace Consolidation in Afghanistan. Needs Assessment Country Report

CPCA NARC cover smallThe Peace Action, Training and Research Institute of Romania (PATRIR) in partnership with Cooperation for Peace and Unity Afghanistan (CPAU) have launched the publication "Contributing to Peace Consolidation in Afghanistan. Needs Assessment Country Report".

The report represents the output of a 4-months, joint Afghan-Romanian-Canadian research process implemented within the framework of the research and capacity building project “Achieving the MDGs through Peacebuilding: Capacity building in transition to democracy, community baseddialogue and peacekeeping operations for international, national and local actors in Afghanistan”, aiming at highlighting and analyzing peace consolidation related capacity building gaps, challenges, achievement, lessons learned and “best-fit” solutions for Afghanistan on the eve of the 2014 transition process and the 2015 MDG mark.

The overall project is financed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Romania through its Official Development Assistance budget and is implemented by PATRIR and CPAU in partnership with United Nations Development Programme – Bratislava Regional Centre.

For the Report, please click to download: EN version | RO version

For more information on the report, please contact Dr. Zsuzsanna Kacsó, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

IPDTC - PATRIR Certificate of Accrediation from EDU

IPDTC-PATRIR Certificate of Accreditation EDUThe International Peace and Development Training Center (IPDTC) has just received its accreditation from EDU Intergovernmental Organisation (www.edu.int).


EDU Accreditation is a simplified form of Accreditation available for Schools, Colleges, Universities and other Institutions of Learning around the world who wish to Prove Legal Status and Competency to Operate.

 

Searching for Peace in Iraq. Strategic conflict and peace analysis, improving civil society peacebuilding strategies and impact.

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Authors: Kai Frithjof Brand-jacobsen, Sawsan Ismael Assaf, Ali Dhahir Ali

Publishers: NOVA, PATRIR

Location: Spain, Romania

Year: 2012

Project: LaOnf initiative: strengthening the conflict prevention and resolution capacities of Iraqi non-violence civil society organisations to contribute to the peacebuilding process in their country.

Partners: NOVA

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Palestine and Israel: Improving civil society peacebuilding strategies, design and impact.

ip coverAuthor: Kai Frithjof Brand-Jacobsen

Publishers: NOVA, PATRIR

Location: Spain, Romania

Year: 2009

Project: Palestine-Israel Peace Support Operations

Partners: NOVA

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