How to Make Peace

Dear colleagues, we kindly invite you to participate in the "How to Make Peace" training. The five-day HtMP combines practical and theoretical models and is a good basis for teachers / lecturers posted in conflict/post-conflict/hazardous environment.

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Event country

Czech Republic

Month of event


Length of event

5 days


€ 500

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How to Make Peace

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    Event details

    Everything you need to know before you jump on board.
    HtMP will offer:
    • Brief awareness of international community´s efforts in conflict/postconflict/hazardous areas;
    • Comparative analysis of recent ethno-social conflicts in the European East and in Africa;
    • Wednesday/Thursday practical block focused on field skills and abilities (field reconnaissance, maps & GPS, off-road driving & radio communication, camera under stress, crisis & emergency situations, first aid, outdoor survival and how-to-apply session).
    Participants will benefit from:
    • International connections (the United Nations, Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, academic institutions, NGOs);
    • Professional background of our lecturers (field missions within Europe, Africa, Asia and Latin America); and
    • An official certificate confirming completion of the training.
    Participants will have the opportunity to:
    • Broaden their awareness of humanitarian aid/relief and gain a critical understanding of how the international community deals with it;
    • Enhance their practical skills related to work in hard/hazardous environment;
    • Enhance the ability to analyze and understand conflicts with ethno-social background;
    • Sharpen their expertise;
    • Participate in peace / relief processes in post-conflict areas; and Join EEECC’s activities in the future.
    Participants will gain general capability to:
    • Professionally participate in peace missions;
    • Make impartial judgments;
    • Observe, record, analyze and interpret gained information;
    • Handle unpredictable crises related to work in conflict/postconflict/hazardous areas; and
    • Start their professional career within the international frame.
    Training Schedule

    The day of arrival (Sunday) and the day of departure (Saturday) is not listed in the table.


    08:00 – 09:00


    09:30 – 11:30

    TB I

    open fire cooking

    13:00 – 14:30

    TB II

    thematic film projection


    08:00 – 09:30 

    TEC I

    10:00 – 11:30 

    TEC II

    lunch break

    13:00 – 14:30

    IC II



    08:00 – 09:30

    PB I

    10:00 – 11:30

    PB II

    lunch break

    13:00 – 14:30

    PB III

    15:00 – ?

    PB IV


    08:00 – 09:30

    BA I

    10:00 – 11:30

    CA I

    lunch break

    13:00 – 14:30

    IC III

    field trip to No Man’s Land


    08:00 – 09:30

    AF I

    10:00 – 11:30

    DP I

    lunch break

    13:00 – 14:30


    closing + farewell party


    HA/PA – Humanitarian Aid/Peacebuilding Anthopology • TEC – Theory of Ethno-Social Conflict • IC – International Community • BA – Ethno-Social Conflicts in the Balkans • CA – Ethno-Social Conflicts in Caucasus • AF – Ethno-Social Conflicts in Africa • DP – Democratization Processes in Post-Conflict Countries • PB – Practical Block

    Code of Conduct

    … is more than necessary issue, and in many occasions will become boring. Be willing, please, to obey the below mentioned rules and thus choose the lesser of two evils.

    1. Use your common sense when in the field.
    2. Do not put yourself at any kind of risk.
    3. Do not show off. Always keep low profile.
    4. Follow instructions of lecturers.
    5. Bear in your mind the Safety and Security Rule – following rules is strength, not weakness.
    Useful Information - Field Version
    • Means of transportation: two nine-seat minibuses Ford Tranzit with storage space
    • Boarding & lodging: Old-fashioned mountain lodge; full board (open fire kitchen)
    • Outdoor equipment: Bring your own hiking boots, raincoat and flashlight. Other necessary equipment is provided. High heels not recommended…
    • Admission & pocket money: The admission of EUR 500 covers boarding & lodging, transport, lecturing and fees. Your pocket money should therefore cover your extra expenses only (souvenirs, beer etc.). Please bear in mind that extra food is provided for health reasons only.
    • Safety & security: Czech Republic is generally safe. Oderské Vrchy Hills are its most remote part and is well liked for its natural wild beauty. Watch your steps when hiking not to get lost or attacked by a wolf or a local trapper!
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    • Admission: The admission of EUR 500 covers boarding & lodging, transport, lecturing and fees. Please bear in mind that extra food is provided for health reasons only.

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