How to become a human rights observer
Do you want to volunteer as a human rights observer? Peacewatch Switzerland and PBI Switzerland are organizing an event to inform on the ways to commit in Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Colombia, Kenia, Palestine and Israel.
Settin up an association to implement the 2030 Agenda in Switzerland
To support implementation of the 2030 Agenda in and by Switzerland with constructive criticism, an association will be set up on the Agenda’s second birthday on September 25. The event will be held in the afternoon at the cultural production center “PROGR” in Bern.
Register for the swisspeace course on Business, Conflict and Human Rights
What is needed for businesses to operate responsibly in volatile areas? The swisspeace course on business, conflict and human rights explores this question from various angles. It discusses state of the art international standards on business and human rights and ways for companies to implement them. It sheds light on the roles and strategies of companies, governments, international organizations and civil society in promoting responsible business practices. the course is organized in cooperation with SAFESTAINABLE.
Register for the swisspeace training on Theories of Change in Fragile Contexts
Despite the widespread emergence of theories of change in strategy and project documents, they are rarely used to their full potential. The swisspeace training on Theories of Change in Fragile Contexts focuses on how ‘good’ theories of change can be created that will help practitioners gain an in-depth understanding of their programs and their impacts. The training will take place from January 31- February 2, 2018.
Register for the swisspeace course on National Dialogue & Peace Mediation
The National Dialogue and Peace Mediation course offered by swisspeace and the Berghof Foundation provides insights in how to understand, design and support national dialogue processes, training in dialogue and mediation skills and reflection on lessons that can be drawn from previous cases. The course will take place from January 29 to February 2, 2018.