Training: Multi-Stakeholder Processes for Human Security

Join us for our upcoming online training on  Multi-Stakeholder Processes for Human Security (22-24 September 14.00 CET) with our peacebuilders from around the world. 

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The aim of this training is to shift the mindset of conflict actors from a hardware-based security mentality to human oriented security through a broader understanding and inclusion of key stakeholders involved.

A multi-stakeholder approach to coordinating security is the bedrock of inclusive security. The multi-stakeholder approach seeks and gets relevant stakeholders together for better coordinating communication, doing joint analysis-planning-implementation and/or evaluation so that efforts are not duplicated, run counter to each other and/or coordinate efforts at bringing security to an insecure place.

This training will introduce the participants to thinking through the nuts and bolts of design and facilitating a multi-stakeholder process. Moving on a continuum from increasingly joint information sharing to coordination and implementation takes the building of trust and confidence among stakeholders.


(22-24 September 14.00-15.30)
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In the first two sessions participants will look at the specifics of Design and Facilitation of multi-stakeholder processes. Each day a case study will be presented focusing on the topic of the day. The case studies will focus on Serbia and Fiji. A third day will start with a case study and then have breakout groups working with a multi-stakeholder process scenario.

GPPAC has developed a multi-stakeholder processes manual as a freely available resource and this training will use that and the Human Security Curriculum as the basis of this training.

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