Recorded Webinar: Experiential Approaches to Peacebuilding

ANNOUNCEMENTS, 21 Nov 2016

Bruce Dayton, John Ungerleider and Tatsushi Arai | School for International Training – TRANSCEND Media Service

Research and experience suggest that experiential methods of learning and relationship-building, when facilitated carefully, can generate positive impact on conflict parties’ attitudes, behaviors, and future outlooks. Led by three scholar-practitioners with extensive experience in the field, this webinar explores the role of experiential learning in the transformation of social conflict. It also presents real-world examples of experiential learning for peacebuilding. These examples include leadership and dialogue programs for youth from diverse conflict-affected societies, professional capacity-building for civil society practitioners, and a skillful use of ceremonies and symbols in multi-track peacemaking. There is an interactive question and answer session with participants at the end.

Audio-visual record of the webinar: 55 minutes, recorded on November 15, 2016

Post-webinar survey: Please take a brief moment to provide feedback on the webinar upon viewing it. Your feedback will be used to improve on the quality of this webinar series dedicated to advance the cause of peacebuilding.

Useful publications: The following publications of the presenters may be useful to deepen the inquiry introduced in the webinar:

The SIT Peace and Conflict team will organize its next webinar in early spring 2017 focusing on a different topic and incorporating different voices and perspectives. If you have any questions or suggestions, please feel free to email them at webinar@sit.edu

 

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