Advanced Training in Tanzania
Advanced Approaches to Analyzing and Transforming Conflict
to Create Sustainable Solutions for People and Wildlife
Dates: May 27-31, 2013
Location: Arusha, Tanzania
Trainer: Francine Madden
“When I arrived in the park less than a year ago, the staff could not go into the community because of the threat of physical violence against us...now we have open communication and a respectful relationship. Because of our integration of conservation conflict transformation in our work, we can now go into the communities and we are welcomed.” – Lucy Tembo, Zambia Wildlife Authority
- Participant-led review of basic analysis, principles, lessons learned through individual case study demonstration.
- Additional conflict analysis tools and communication/conflict re-framing skills-building exercises will be included.
- Fundamentals of Effective Small and Large Group Facilitation
- Designing a Transformative Multi-Stakeholder Meeting/Workshop to maximize consensus, collaboration and coexistence.
- Role Play multi-stakeholder conflict transformation meeting.
- Advanced work in Complex Conflict Systems Integration.
- Creating Change when there is resistance in the system.
- Engaging and leveraging non-conservation components of the larger social system to reduce conflict and improve efficacy.
- Measuring Effectiveness in Conflict Transformation.
- Individual/team case work.
- Building and Refining Conservation Conflict Intervention Plans for 2013-2014.