Peace-building Practitioners Survey


The Project

PeaceTraining.eu is a Horizon 2020 project aimed at reviewing the current conflict prevention and peace building training curricula and method in Europe in order to create a complete capacity-building curriculum model to enhance the theoretical and practical competencies of institutions, bodies and organisations working on conflict prevention and peace-building, especially in conflict-prone countries.

The project is managed by a consortium of 12 European public and private institutions with extensive experience in peace research and peace training.

As stakeholders, participants in the project will get latest insights on the European training scene in the field of conflict prevention and peace-building and they will have the opportunity to discuss their perspectives in on-site workshops.

Acknowledgement: This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme under Grant Agreement No 700583.

 

The Survey

The aim of this survey is to obtain a ranking of competencies (theoretical and practical) required in an effective peace training program from the practitioner’s point of view. This information will contribute to develop a curriculum adapted to the real needs of peace-builders working on the field and detect possible gaps in existing training.

 

Conditions of Participation

The survey must be completed by peace-building practitioners; hence, you have been identified as an important contributor to this research. With your participation, you are contributing to research which seeks to strengthen the capabilities and training curricula of conflict prevention and peace-building personnel.

We guarantee that your responses will be completely anonymous and never analysed or displayed individually. The survey will take only 5 minutes to be completed.

Participation is entirely your choice. Whilst you have been asked due to your expertise in this field, we fully understand that participants may not be able or willing to engage.

Again, you are more than entitled to withdraw participation in the research at any stage. If you would like to do so, please contact us, and we can erase data gathered from your survey.

 

Contact Details

If you would like to talk to someone regarding this survey, please contact:

Patricia García Amado

Pedro Arrupe Human Rights Institute

University of Deusto

Avenida de las Universidades, 24. 43008 Bilbao

patriciagarciaamado(at)deusto(dot)es

+34 620 717 737

 

If you want to have more information about the project, please visit our website: http://project.peacetraining.eu/

Or contact at: office(at)peacetraining(dot)eu

There are 9 questions in this survey.