IPD International Winter Programmes 2017
Baar, Switzerland, 17 - 26 February 2017
Baar, Switzerland, 17 February - 16 May 2017
The Institute for Peace and Dialogue (IPD), Switzerland, is organizing its next International Winter Programmes and one-year Visitor Research Program (VRP), to be held in Baar, Switzerland. The Winter Programmes 2017 will cover peacebuilding, conflict resolution, mediation, security, intercultural dialogue & human rights topics.
Winter Academy: 17 - 26 February 2017 (10 days)
The main goal of the 10-day Winter Academy is to strengthen the skills of the representatives of state organisations, business sector, INGOs/NGOs, education institutions, religious organisations, independent mediators and politicians through institutional global academic education in peacebuilding, mediation, conflict resolution, security and intercultural dialogue. The deadline for applications is 1 November 2016. Programme link: www.ipdinstitute.ch/Winter-Academy-3-Month-CAS-Research-Program-2017/
3-Month CAS - Research Programme Period: 17 February - 16 May 2017 (90 days)
The main goal of the 3-month CAS - Research Programme is to develop the research skills of the participants and to closely acquaint them with relevant Swiss state, public and private Institutes. The deadline for applications is 1 November 2016. Programme link: www.ipdinstitute.ch/Winter-Academy-3-Month-CAS-Research-Program-2017/
3- to 12-Month Visitor Research Program, VRP
The main aim of the Visitor Research Programme is to improve the research skills of researchers through academic trainings, peer-to-peer education, visits to Swiss organisations and reading materials. The start and end of the research time depends on the researcher's schedule. Programme link: www.ipdinstitute.ch/3-12-Month-Visitor-Research-Program,-VRP/
IPD offers several types of scholarship support to reduce the participation fee for most potential participants from all over the world. If you wish to request a discounted participation fee, please write your request briefly via email before or during the application submission period. The IPD scholarship programme does not cover the entire participation fee and international travel expenses.
For more information, please contact: Fakhrinur HUSEYNLI, Director of Institute for Peace and Dialogue, IPD, Eschenstrasse 4, 6020 Emmenbrücke, Luzern, Switzerland; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; www.ipdinstitute.ch