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Upcoming Professional Training Programs Courses in Sri Lanka for July 2010

The Peacebuilding & Development Institute in Sri Lanka, PDI-SL, is a unique initiative: an international training, capacity building and research programme based in South Asia and run by South Asia.

The annual professional training programme in Sri Lanka brings together practitioners and policy makers from the development, peacebuilding and conflict resolution sectors across South and Southeast Asia and beyond to share experiences, reflect on their practice and develop new approaches for working in and on conflict in their countries. Our approach to training is as a means to acquire and develop practical skills relevant to peacebuilding and development in South Asia. Rather than following a lecture format, the Professional Training Programme focuses on skills development through hands-on, experiential learning.

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Monitoring and Evaluation as Learning Disciplines for Peacebuilding
12 - 16 July 2010
Deadline for application: Friday 11 June 2010
Early bird deadline: Friday 28 May 2010

Trainer: Mark Rogers
Participants familiar with the theory and practice of peacebuilding, but less so with monitoring and evaluation, will find this introductory course helpful in acquiring tools for analysis, reflection and learning. Oriented toward utilization-focused evaluation and working with qualitative data, this course uses experiential learning activities and practical exercises to build skills and gain experience. Click here for a more detailed description.

Course fee:
International organizations and institutions: $375
National organizations and institutions: $185
Early Bird rate (by 28 May): discount of $100.00

Economic Dimensions of Peacebuilding Specialised Course with field placement
12 - 21 July, 2010

Deadline for application: Friday 11 June 2010.
Early bird deadline: Friday 28 May 2010.

Trainers: Canan Gunduz, Nawaz Mohamed and Diana Klein
This course explores the different economic causes and impacts of conflict familiarizing participants with international debates and practice in this area. Participants will learn about conflict-sensitive approaches to economic development as well as how to identify different types of economic actors and their capacities for contributing to peace and conflict. Click here for a more detailed description.

Course fee:
International organizations and institutions: $600
National organizations and institutions: $300
Early Bird rate (by 28 May): discount of $100.00
(Course fees include training materials & field placement. Accommodation is separate)

Scholarships available: Deadline Friday 28 May 2010

Online Application: http://www.pdisl.org/application_form

For more information, please contact:
Phone: 0094 (0) 112 370038
Email: frances@pdisl.org or info@pdisl.org

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