Patrycja Pociecha (Pati) is a project manager, facilitator and digital education specialist. She holds a degree in Psychology.
Since 2007 Rob Lancaster has worked on trustbuilding projects and programmes in Asia, Africa, and Eastern and Western Europe with over 30 different teams, primarily of Initiatives of Change.
Call for applications: The Young Ambassadors Programme (YAP), under the aegis of Tools for Changemakers, brings together young people who aspire to take an active role in transforming society, with a focus on Europe. The training explores the…
If you are aged 18-30 and passionate about global change and Muslims’ contribution to it, then the Learning to be a Peacemaker course is for you! Application deadline: 16 July 2021!
Jo Berry is an inspiring speaker who works to resolve conflict around the world. Sixteen years after her father was killed by an IRA bomb in 1984, she met with the man responsible, Pat Magee. This three-hour meeting led to them speaking on a shared…
This online leadership development programme is for a group of six to eight people who carry some responsibility for managing teams, will focus on the human relations impact of leading and has been designed using Action Learning principles.
Call for applications: The online course "Engaging Constructively in Challenging Conversations (ECCC)" is designed to give you the skills and confidence to have constructive conversations in the midst of differences and conflicts – honest…
Discover this new online taster course for a group of six to eight people who carry some responsibility for managing teams working in the peacebuilding field.
You are warmly invited to a thematic meeting that will explore how we can individually and collectively engage with local, national and intergovernmental leaders and European institutions.
Listening is a core skill in the work of a peacemaker. True listening involves the whole self in ways that can have a profound effect on the listener. Harrowing stories and events can touch us at deep and unpredictable levels and can be detrimental…
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