The two-day Conflict Analysis Workshop – Colombia seeks to analyse the case of the Colombian armed conflict in order to look at the dilemmas and possibilities behind protracted conflicts. It will introduce the case study as well as a range of tools for conflict analysis in order for participants to apply conflict resolution skills to a challenging scenario.
Participants will work with a number of people from different parts of the world to discuss the topic and to apply their chosen conflict resolution skill in reference to the Colombian armed conflict.
The workshop will be faciliated by Lou Monroe Santander, who is a lecturer in International relations at Ponctificia Universidad Javeriana in Colombia. He is also associate researcher at BSocial Col – Innovación Social para el Desarrollo – in Colombia and project assistant for Asfar CIC in Sarajevo. Dr Monroy Santander has a PhD in International Development from the University of Birmingham in the United Kingdom.
His research focuses on the possible links between state reconstruction practice and initiatives for reconciliation in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Dr. Monroy Santander specializes in the fields of conflict resolution, peacebuilding, and transitional justice, focusing specifically on approaches to reconciliation in post-conflict societies and their relation with processes of state-building. He has collaborated with various Bosnian-based organizations.
To apply register here by the 25th September.