ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION TRAINING FOR
International Students in Post-Conflict countries This program brings international students to PCCs for training in ADR and an in-depth understanding of the consequences of civil conflict. The program helps to create a greater understanding of why ADR principles are imperative in avoiding civil strife through the principle skills of effective mediation, negotiation, reconciliation and cooperation. This program is typically two weeks in length. The program focuses on the following principles:
Train international students and professionals in ADR Principles in PCCs.
Increase understanding of the causes of civil strife and how ADR can be a mitigating factor.
Create dialogues between PCC students and western students to increase international cooperation.
Strengthen international capacity to identify and work with sensitive issues in PCCs.
International Student Training in Alternative Dispute Resolution The program brings international students together to train in conflict resolution and mediation skills. The focus of the program is on identifying the theoretical underpinnings of ADR through lectures and applying them through practical application of training exercises and simulations. The program brings together top ADR practitioners from the international legal, political and international fields in order to give the student a broader understanding of the ways ADR principles can effect global events. This program is typically four weeks in length. Students can gain school credit upon completion of the seminar. The student will be able to gain the following skills upon completion of the program:
Learn theories and techniques involved in ADR.
Understand and practice practical skills for the prevention of conflict.
Understand and analyze international conflict.
Increase the international network of peace builders.
The INTERNATIONAL COMMISSION OF PEACE (ICOP) is a non-profit,
organization dedicated to promoting peace by providing conflict resolution training
to key populations in