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Collaborative Approaches to Diversity in Conflict Settings
Systemic Peacebuilding, Conflict Transformation and Post-War Recovery & Reconciliation
Developing and Applying Early Warning and Early Response Systems: Challenges and Response

Between the 5th of May and 20th of June 2014, PATRIR-IPDTC is offering three of its Advanced Certificate Programmes (ACPs) on the topics of:


Participants include: senior and leading international experts and practitioners; government officials and policy makers; UN, AU, OSCE, OAS, ASEAN staff. Positions are limited.

For more information please contac IPDTC Coordinator, Ms. Adelina Decean at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , or access www.patrir.ro/training.



New PATRIR Project: Contributing to Peace Consolidation in Afghanistan

CPCA Logo really smallThe Peace Action, Training and Research Institute of Romania (PATRIR) in partnership with Cooperation for Peace and Unity Afghanistan (CPAU) have launched the joined implementation of the project: Achieving the MDGs through Peacebuilding: Capacity building in transition to democracy, community based-dialogue and peacekeeping operations for international, national and local actors in Afghanistan. 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 the project web-page, please click here.

For more information please contact Ms. Adelina Decean at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


IPDTC Announcing its 2014 Training Calendar

The International Peace and Development Trainig Center (IPDTC) of PATRIR is announcing its 2014 Training Calendar, with nince programmes scheduled through the entire upcoming year. Along with the widely acclaimed Advanced Certificare and Executive Leadership programmes, IPDTC is adding to its curriculum two new programmes:



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


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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