in Complex Environments
This four-day course offers a comprehensive programme to develop effective dialogic tools for those working with complex conflicts. It aims to increase participants’ understanding of the hidden drivers of complex conflicts and improve the effectiveness of their work in international development, diplomacy and peace-building.
Engi, in partnership with Government Knowledge, will deliver a programme (in February 2016) that incorporates theory, best practice, a host of practical experience, plus discussions and workshops to help create an interactive training environment.
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The Launch of Cyprus Dialogue Forum
The Engi initiative in Malta in 2013 between civic, business and political figures gave birth to Cyprus Dialogue Forum. Its aim is to act as an inclusive participatory platform for dialogue to support the ongoing negotiations. The Forum was launched on 13 March 2015. Read More
Understand To Prevent
Rethinking the military's role in preventing violent conflict
Engi is a main contributor to the 'Understand to Prevent' strand of the Multinational Capabilities Development Campaign, a military project that aims to improve collaboration between the 23 MCDC members, who include the USA, UK, NATO and the EU. Read more
Can Comparative Learning Help Conflict Resolution?
Lecture by Yeshim Harris
Much progress has been made in the Northern Ireland, for example, by learning about the experiences of the South African peace process. Could success stories, or even the mistakes from these peace processes, provide inspiration for Cyprus? Read More