On our Campus, we create, live and walk through an unique space of learning along 3 major training lines composed by 9 modules given by our international trainers as experienced specialists and practitionners. The yearly teaching and Campus period are specified in the actual Call for Registration.
Promote your individual capacity TO STAND FOR PEACE
Personal resourcing in guided reflection: your life experience and your working reality as a Peace Builder. My link with "myself", with "the other", with "the environment" and with "the transcendence".
Identify ourselves as pro-active PEACE BUILDER
To experience concrete situations and action for peace we will travel to practitioners on conflict management in our host country allowing us to identify "lessons learned" and to develop new strategies of peace and non-violent management of conflict in our own context.
Train our catalyst capacity TOWARDS PEACEFUL CHANGE
Tools and methods in positive and non-violent management of tensions, of siutations of disagreement and conflicts, of consensual dialogue. Successful and non-violent communication and social community mediation and negotiation.
15th CAMPUS french and english DRCongo (Bukavu)
UPABP - Panafrican Union of Peace Builders
The network of 280 Laureates of 15 years' UPA: Peace Builders from 30 countries, in various responsibilities and strategic positions. They join their efforts in GEP-Groups (Group of Transformation to Peace) in their country: "It is not how far we have came, but how far we can go"
Please follow us at www.upabp.org
PROGRAMM INOVAR - Intervention NOn-Violente Active et Rapide (en Afrique)
Teams of panafrican Peace Builders (from UPA alumni) join local activities of deses-calation, violence prevention, conflict management and mediation in direct intervention for several months at selected communities
2014/16 RCA et Cameroun
2019/22 RCA, Cam, Burundi
Please follow our teams at www.inovarca.org
UPA Internat. ATTENTION
to our Laureats/Partners
FRANCE National Award of
UNESCO PrixConfucius 2011
HARUBUNTU Tchad 2010
and IvoryCoast 2009
UNHCR PeacePrice 2006
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