EUCTI is pleased to announce the upcoming pilot training course developed by the Crisis Management Centre Finland (CMC Finland) on Concepts, Communication and Constitutional Values. The training is tailor-made to address the complexities of operating in a culturally diverse environment, with a special focus on protecting and upholding fundamental human rights.
Even though the course contents apply to various environments, this pilot edition will be dedicated to Libya. Between 6 and 8 November, up to 15 participants from the EU Border Assistance Mission in Libya (EUBAM Libya) and other international (civilian) crisis management organisations in the region will gather in Tunis, Tunisia, for a two-and-a-half-day program, equipping them with invaluable insights, skills, and tools for successful mission work.
What Makes This Training Unique?
Relevance: This course delves deep into the intersection of Islam, secular and sacred law, and human rights within the Libyan context, providing practical and applied insights.
Inclusivity: Open to EUBAM Libya personnel and other international actors in the region, this training encourages networking, creating synergies, and enabling future collaborations.
Multi-Perspective Approach: Experts in intercultural communication, faith-based worldviews, and constitutional values will guide participants through a multi-perspective approach, enriching their understanding and application of course content.
The course is participant-centred and interactive as it builds on the pre-course background material and ensures the right balance between theory and practice. We believe it is not just an opportunity for personal growth but a significant step towards effective, culturally sensitive crisis management in Libya.
We wish all the participants productive and insightful training days ahead!