Call for Applications:United States Institute of Peace Training Courses for Individuals Working on Conflict Issues

Cross-posted from PCDN

Develop your Peacebuilding Skills through the United States Institute of Peace's Academy for International Conflict Management and Peacebuilding. The Academy offers onsite, online and customized courses on conflict prevention, management, and resolution. Join practitioners from diverse professional and international backgrounds to acquire the analytical skills and tools required for working in transitional environments. Taught by field practitioners, courses mix theory and practice with applied exercises, case studies, simulations, and group challenges.



  • Equips U.S. and international civilian, military, and nongovernmental practitioners with the SKILLSfor effective peacebuilding
  • Provides decision-makers with the understanding and TOOLS for crafting sound policies for conflict management and peacebuilding
  • Strengthens the CAPACITY of educational institutions and civil society organizations to prepare future conflict managers and peacebuilders



  • Negotiation, Mediation, Conflict Analysis, and Advising and Mentoring
  • Rule of Law, Islamic Law, and Transforming Security Forces
  • Gender and Peacebuilding, Economics and Conflict, and Rebuilding Social Sectors

View a list of current courses and prices

"A terrific course led by a skilled and knowledgeable facilitator. There was more opportunity for meaningful interaction in her course than any other I've taken since joining the State Department. Course content is solid and right on target."—Col. Mike Sunshine (ret.), U.S. Department of State


"One of the best trainings I have ever attended. It has left me with a better understanding of my strengths and weaknesses and has helped me gain further insight into my professional choices, present and future."—Anna Zongollowicz, Geneva

To learn more about these courses and to apply, visit

To contact the USIP Academy, email academy(at)

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