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605Re: [justpeaceinasia] Fwd: Reintegration of Ex-Combatants: Advanced Training Course

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  • Max Ediger
    Apr 28, 2009
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      I don't have any further information.  I only forward this on to people.  So, if you are interested you just read the information and then fill out the application form. 
       
      How are you and how is the situation in Nepal.  Hope all friends are doing well.
       
      max

      On Wed, Apr 29, 2009 at 11:02 AM, Kapil Gyawali <kstuti2005@...> wrote:


      Dear sir
       
      I am interested to join this program so what i do expecting application fill up.
       
      kapil gyawali

       
      On 4/29/09, Max Ediger <ediger.max@...> wrote:




      ---------- Forwarded message ----------
      From: Action Asia <actionasia@...>
      Date: Wed, Apr 29, 2009 at 12:05 AM
      Subject: Reintegration of Ex-Combatants: Advanced Training Course
      To: Action Asia <actionasia@...>






      Reintegration of Ex-Combatants: Advanced Training Course (level 5)

      a one-week residential course at Overste Hof, Landgraaf, Netherlands, 21-28
      June 2009



      Cost: FREE. Full board accommodation for duration of the course is also
      provided FREE of charge.

      Participants have to cover their own travel costs



      Deadline for applications: 1000 GMT, 1st May 2009



      Course description:

      This course is aimed at bringing together people working in the field of
      Reintegration of Ex Combatants to share best practices and lessons learnt
      from reintegration experiences in different parts of the world. The course
      will build and enhance the skills and knowledge of participants so as to be
      able to improve the quality of the work of reintegration. It will support
      participants in assessing local realities and help to design, implement and
      coordinate tailored reintegration efforts more effectively, ensuring that
      future work measures up to IDDR standards.



      Course overview:


      1. Overview of DDR and its role in the peace process


      2. Disarmament and demobilisation


      3. Preparing for reintegration


      4. Socio-economic (re)integration: strategy and programme options


      5. The community perspective


      6. Psycho-social factors


      7. Special concerns (Child soldiers, people with disabilities, gender and
      youth)


      8. DDR and related discussions (DDR and its linkages with SSR, Transitional
      Justice, etc)


      Training Methodology:


      This is a very practical and interactive course, focusing on the acquisition
      of relevant knowledge and skills using role plays, case studies, group work
      and simulations. Participants are expected to bring a wealth of skills and
      experience with them and to share these with the rest of the group as an
      integral part of the learning process.




      Certification

      This is an assessed course leading to a certificate for successful
      completion. This certificate is awarded following an assessment of
      participants on their ability to operate as a reintegration specialist.



      Trainers:

      The lead trainer, Irma Specht of Transition International, has 15 years of
      Reintegration experience throughout the world and works at policy, research,
      programming, training and implementation levels of Reintegration. Other
      trainers and resource people with experience of different conflict regions
      will be brought in for particular sessions to ensure a variety of approaches
      and perspectives.



      Criteria for Application:

      The course is targeted at experienced professionals in the field of
      Reintegration.

      In order to be selected as a participant from the large number of applicants
      the following criteria have been established:

      ·         At least 5 years of experience working on DDR or other
      reintegration programmes;

      ·         Currently working on or in  a DDR or related processes in any
      capacity;

      ·         Some experience in management, policy or programme development;

      ·         Sufficient level of English to read, write and express themselves;

      Previous attendance of a DDR course is an asset



      To apply: Go to www.international-alert.org/training, where you will find a
      full description of the course. You can download an application form for
      this course and email it to Aurélien Tobie at
      atobie@.... Alternatively, please complete the attached
      application form and send it together with your CV to Aurélien Tobie. If you
      have any questions, please contact us on the same email.



      This course is funded by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs



       



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      --
      I am interested in the homeless, but they're a symptom. You're treating a symptom and the disease rages on and consumes the human race. I'm talking about an overhaul of the system: putting power in different hands. - Joss Whedon, Zack Whedon, Maurissa Tancharoen, and Jed Whedon
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