All Trainings and Seminars at a Glance
What do we mean by “training”?
The most common and important method of our work we call training: training nonviolent action, practicing self-confidence and determination, trying out responsibility and courage, acting out situations of fear and aggression.
A training is an experimental field to gain experience in nonviolent action and to try out something unusual and new in a safe environment.
War and violence, social injustice and ecological devastation pose enormous challenges. To meet these we seek to create awareness for nonviolent change and to strengthen people’s capacities for nonviolent action.
For further information please contact: Jessica Belke training(at)kurvewustrow.org
On more than 40 pages all of our basic and advanced trainings are explained we're offering till November 2019.
This training in English language will take place at KURVE Wustrow. It is aimed at staff and activists from peace initiatives, human rights groups, and non-governmental organisations from Africa, the Americas, Asia and Europe.
Next dates: 04.-22.05.2017, 19.06.-07.07.2018
This basic course in German language consists of four parts and is about dealing creatively with conflicts. Conflicts are a normal part of human relations – however, dealing with them in a constructive and nonviolent manner is not always easy. For this offer we cooperate with Friedenskreis Halle e.V.
Next dates: April 2015 - January 2016
We offer 5-day practitioner trainings on various topics, held in English language. They are aimed at practitioners, who are active in the area of nonviolent conflict transformation. They serve to deepen existing knowledge and are strongly tailored to the specific needs of the participants.
Next training series: 08.02.-18.03.2016 / 10.10.-18.11.2016 / 06.02.-17.03.2017 / 09.10.-17.11.2017
We want to do good, but we have to be careful not to cause the opposite.
As KURVE Wustrow, we sensitize for example our international peace workers prior to departure for the Do no Harm approach – within the framework of the practitioners training “Project Management for Peace Work Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation”.
In addition, we offer a range of other trainings on the Do no Harm approach.
Next “Do no harm Training of Trainers”: 23.07.-02.08.2017
From several eastern and western European countries training experiences in nonviolent conflict transformation have been collected for this pilot project. The lasting results are a tested curriculum, a Training of Trainers manual, as well as a final evaluation report.
Your group is planning an action around a nuclear waste transport, a blockade against fascists or an occupation of a GM field? We connect you with a trainer from your region! This way, you can arrange the place, time, and focus of your nonviolent action training.
Upon request, we provide trainers for your specific topic and training needs.
Jessica Belke, our training coordinator, talks about her work: