The Peacebuilding & Development Institute Presents
The Art of Humanitarian Negotiation
Date: January 25th -26th, 2008
Time: 9:00am – 5:00pm
Place: Mary Graydon Center Room 203
4400 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20016
Why Take This Training?:
The international community has increasingly used humanitarian negotiation to gain access to those in need and provide humanitarian assistance. With the current trends of rising international and intrastate conflict likely to continue, negotiated access to these populations remains an important skill for aid professionals to be proficient in.
This Course Will:
- Discuss the principles of universality, indivisibility and non-discrimination in human rights
- Explain the difference between process vs. outcome
- Examine what, where and when to negotiate
- Consider the debate on conditional humanitarian assistance
Who Should Take This Training:
- Peacebuilding Specialists
- Development Advisors
- Community Mediators
- Dispute Resolution Specialists
Cost: $380 per training - includes breakfast, lunch, training materials, CDs, publications and case studies. Please contact us for more information about group and student discounts!
Space is limited, so please register early!
For Registration Form and More Information, Go To:
Questions? Contact PDI:
Saji Prelis or Jennifer Kurtinitis at: firstname.lastname@example.org 202.885.2112