EUCTI’s PAST TRAINING ACTIVITIES
Almost 30 participants, personnel of EULEX Kosovo and other international organizations present in the country, attended the hybrid courses Training of Trainers and its derivative, Presenters’ Workshop, implemented by Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna.
Need-based training on Strategic and Crisis Communication was conducted in Ocotber and November 2022 in an online format for personnel of EUAM Ukraine. Three-part training covered dis- and misinformation, rhetorical arena, and Crisis Communication Planning.
As part of its training activities, EUCTI offers training to organizations outside of the EU as well. One of such organizations was École de Formation Électorale en Afrique Centrale (Eng. The Electoral Training School in Central Africa) from Democratic Republic of Congo.
The residential course on Mediation, Dialogue and Conflict Analysis in International Civilian Crisis Management was designed for up to 20 participants, staff members of EUMM Georgia and other international organizations/peace missions in the area.
Between 7 and 9 September digital communicators working for EULEX Kosovo and other international organizations active in the region attended the second part of the Digital Communications in Civilian Crisis Management training.
Between 5 and 7 September CMC Finland conducted their first residential EUCTI training on Advisory Support to Tackling Organized Crime for 20 staff members – monitors, mentors, trainers, and advisors – of EUCAP Somalia and other international organizations working in the field.
Centre for European Perspective’s training team implemented a need-based online training on Protection of Civilians for staff of EUAM Ukraine, developed together with the mission and considering their most pressing needs.
Between 3 and 6 May 2022 experts in training delivery of EUCAP Sahel Mali and other international organizations, located in Mali and working in the field of peace operations, attended an online Training of Trainers course, course organised by Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna’s training team.
Center for International Peace Operations delivered their first hybrid EUCTI training for practitioners working in crisis management/peace missions who implement conflict-sensitive activities within the mandate of their organization.
Following last autumn’s Digital Communications in Civilian Crisis Management in Georgia Part 1, Centre for European Perspective’s training team travelled to Georgia to deliver a residential and more practice-oriented Part 2 of the training.
The online Negotiation and Mediation in Crisis Management Missions took place between 15 and 17 February 2022. The first training in 2022 was implemented by the Clingendael Institute and targeted experts working for international organizations in a crisis management environment.
The second training on Digital Communications in Civilian Crisis Management was split into two parts to better fit the needs of communication experts working for EULEX Kosovo and other international missions working in Kosovo.
The Clingendael Institute implemented the Intercultural Communication training, the only residential EUCTI training in 2021, targeting more than 20 experts working for EUAM Ukraine and other international organizations/missions working in the field in Ukraine.
The first hybrid EUCTI course was conducted over two weeks by Austrian Centre for Peace (ACP). The course consisted of a two-day online introduction, three-day course organised back-to-back for two separate groups and the final one-day online recap.
Between 16 and 18 November 2021 the Centre for European Perspective implemented an online Digital Communications in Civilian Crisis Management training for communication experts working in the field of civilian crisis management in Georgia.
Online Training of Trainers Course for personnel of EU Monitoring Mission in Georgia and staff of other relevant organisations in the country was a 5-day need-based training Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna implemented between 18 and 22 October 2021 via Microsoft Teams.