Peacebuilding, Conflict Transformation & Post-War Stabilisation, Recovery, and Reconciliation (PCTR) 1st – 5th of November, 2010 – Cluj-Napoca, Romania

PCTR provides a global policy and operational overview of the latest lessons learned, tools, and methods in peacebuilding, conflict transformation and post-war stabilization and recovery, bringing together experienced practitioners and policy makers from governments, the United Nations, EU, and national and international organisations and agencies.

PCTR draws upon a global experience base, systematically weaving together key operational and policy lessons identified and good practices, providing a forum for participants to address concrete issues and challenges facing them in their work and country/community.

The PCTR includes:

  • Operational skills, lessons learned and best practices in peacebuilding, conflict transformation, and post-war stabilization, recovery and reconciliation; Case Studies and training in key skills, knowledge and methodologies linked directly to participants needs and experiences
  • Review of lessons-learned and best practices in the field .
  • Tools for strategic planning and peacebuilding, conflict transformation and post-war stabilisation and recovery strategies and engagements.
  • In depth operational guide to Conflict Analysis and Conflict Intelligence in peacebuilding and post-war stabilisation and recovery Linkages with gender, human rights, political, economic and social stabilisation; security; disarmament, demobilization and reintegration; governance and democratization; development and nation and state-building; Methods and strategies for organizations, governments and international institutions to improve and strengthen their ability to support peacebuilding, conflict transformation and post-war stabilisation, recovery, and reconciliation How to strengthen sustainable national capacities in countries and areas affected by conflict and to enable a lasting peace
Further information can be found on the web-site of the International Peace and Development Training Center (IPDTC) and For extensive reviews by participants of IPDTC programmes please request a copy of the IPDTC Experience from