The swisspeace Dealing with the Past program provides a wide range of training opportunities including introductory courses and courses on more specific aspects of Dealing with the Past.
An Advanced Learning Course for Professionals is jointly organized with the Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs.
swisspeace also designs and conducts trainings which are tailored to the demands of specific actors and contexts.
In addition, swisspeace offers a course on Dealing with the Past at the University of Basel.
> See a list of recent trainings on Dealing with the Past.
The Dealing with the Past Program contributes to the research-policy nexus at swisspeace through its research projects, research events, conferences, publications and teaching. The Dealing with the Past research activities are connected to a network of scholars and practitioners in Switzerland and elsewhere and focus on: analyzing dealing with the past processes, interrogating assumptions and norms which underpin dealing with the past processes, and identifying innovative and informative avenues for future research.
> See research projects on Dealing with the Past.
swisspeace supports governmental and non-governmental actors in the design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of Dealing with the Past activities. Recent consultancies include long-term support for the Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs on Dealing with the Past policy issues and the Balkan program.
swisspeace organizes regular events on topics related to dealing with the past and archives. The program, in cooperation with the Centre for Peacebuilding KOFF, also provides a platform for Swiss governmental and non-state actors for joint learning processes and strategy development in the area of Dealing with the Past.
> See a list of recent events on Dealing with the Past.
The Dealing with the Past program publishes scientific and policy contribution on various aspects of the topic.
> See a list of swisspeace publications on Dealing with the Past.