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  • 1. Personal development hypnosisEmotional Freedom Techniques Provocative Therapy Peer LearningTherapeutic Language Patterns Encounter Education
  • 2. We use therapeutic educational processes to helppeople to help themselves emotionally
  • 3. We use therapeutic educational processes to helppeople to help themselves emotionally
  • 4. A happy heart, a playful spirit & a peaceful mind
  • 5. Reconciliation – Level 3 (= FETAC Level 5) Project Brief Research and compile a report on an International Conflict to include the following information: Give a brief description of your chosen conflict under the following headings: Provide a timeline of key dates of the conflict. Describe the main causes of the conflict Outline the course of the conflict Max: 400 words What were the main influences that affected the conflict? Describe how media represented the conflict. What were the politics involved in the conflict. Describe the external intervention that occurred during the conflict. What were the key identity issues involved (e.g. ethnicity, religion) Max: 400 words How has the conflict been transformed? What interventions were used to try to resolve the conflict (e.g. military force, political activity, mediation, facilitation)? Max: 400 words Shared SpacesAre there ‘shared spaces’ where different parties involved in the conflict can meet (e.g. workplace, community, training, markets, etc.) Max: 150 words How has citizen participation changed the conflict? Rights & Responsibilities Public Participation Community Involvement Citizen Control Access to Information Max: 250 words Describe reconciliation or truth processes attempted: Individual reconciliation processes National reconciliation process Max: 500 words
  • 6. Research and compile a report on an International Conflict to include thefollowing information:Give a brief description of your chosen conflict under the followingheadings:Provide a timeline of key dates of the conflict.Describe the main causes of the conflictOutline the course of the conflictMax: 400 words
  • 7. Research and compile a report on an International Conflict to include thefollowing information:Give a brief description of your chosen conflict under the followingheadings:Provide a timeline of key dates of the conflict.Describe the main causes of the conflictOutline the course of the conflictMax: 400 words
  • 8. How has the conflict been transformed?What interventions were used to try toresolve the conflict (e.g. military force,political activity, mediation, facilitation)?Max: 400 words
  • 9. Shared SpacesAre there ‘shared spaces’ where different parties involved inthe conflict can meet (e.g. workplace, community, training, markets, etc.) Max: 150 words Peja/Pec, Gjakoba Medallin/Monteria Women in Colombia, NI
  • 10. How has citizen participation changed the conflict? Rights & Responsibilities Public Participation Community Involvement Citizen Control Access to Information Max: 250 words
  • 11. Describe reconciliation or truth processes attempted: Individual reconciliation processes National reconciliation process Max: 500 words ‘Truth’ Processes South Africa, NI Peru & Café Lounge Viktor Frankl
  • 12. What were the main influences that affected the conflict? Describe how media represented the conflict. What were the politics involved in the conflict. Describe the external intervention that occurred during the conflict. What were the key identity issues involved (e.g. ethnicity, religion) Max: 400 words
  • 13. Reconciliation – Level 3 (= FETAC Level 5) Project Brief Research and compile a report on an International Conflict to include the following information: Give a brief description of your chosen conflict under the following headings: Provide a timeline of key dates of the conflict. Describe the main causes of the conflict Outline the course of the conflict Max: 400 words What were the main influences that affected the conflict? Describe how media represented the conflict. What were the politics involved in the conflict. Describe the external intervention that occurred during the conflict. What were the key identity issues involved (e.g. ethnicity, religion) Max: 400 words How has the conflict been transformed? What interventions were used to try to resolve the conflict (e.g. military force, political activity, mediation, facilitation)? Max: 400 words Shared SpacesAre there ‘shared spaces’ where different parties involved in the conflict can meet (e.g. workplace, community, training, markets, etc.) Max: 150 words How has citizen participation changed the conflict? Rights & Responsibilities Public Participation Community Involvement Citizen Control Access to Information Max: 250 words Describe reconciliation or truth processes attempted: Individual reconciliation processes National reconciliation process Max: 500 words
  • 14. Reconciliation – Level 3 (= FETAC Level 5) Project Brief Research and compile a report on an International Conflict to include the following information: Give a brief description of your chosen conflict under the following headings: Provide a timeline of key dates of the conflict. Describe the main causes of the conflict Outline the course of the conflict Max: 400 words What were the main influences that affected the conflict? Describe how media represented the conflict. What were the politics involved in the conflict. Describe the external intervention that occurred during the conflict. What were the key identity issues involved (e.g. ethnicity, religion) Max: 400 words How has the conflict been transformed? What interventions were used to try to resolve the conflict (e.g. military force, political activity, mediation, facilitation)? Max: 400 words Shared SpacesAre there ‘shared spaces’ where different parties involved in the conflict can meet (e.g. workplace, community, training, markets, etc.) Max: 150 words How has citizen participation changed the conflict? Rights & Responsibilities Public Participation Community Involvement Citizen Control Access to Information Max: 250 words Describe reconciliation or truth processes attempted: Individual reconciliation processes National reconciliation process Max: 500 words
  • 15. Models of Peace & ReconciliationEU Programme for Peace &Tolerance
  • 16. Models of Peace & ReconciliationComicion de Reconciliación yReparación: Colombia
  • 17. Models of Peace & Reconciliation“In order to make ourselves autonomouspeace builders, we have to makeourselves financially sustainable”
  • 18. Reconciliation Models10 Strand Model
  • 19. Reconciliation Models2 Strand Model
  • 20. Peace III Consultation Doc.• ‘‘It has been recommended that, in most cases, projects should be encouraged to support more direct and proactive activities for increasing engagement on a cross-community or cross-border basis
  • 21. Hamber & Kelly 5 Strand Model– Developing a shared vision of an interdependent and fair society– Acknowledging and dealing with the past– Building positive relationships– Significant cultural and attitudinal change– Substantial social, economic and political change.
  • 22. Peace III Consultation Doc.• ‘Reconciling Communities: key activities will facilitate relationships on a cross-community and/or cross-border basis to assist in addressing issues of trust, prejudice and intolerance and accepting commonalities and differences. In addition, key activities will seek to acknowledge and deal with the hurt, losses, trauma and suffering caused by the conflict.’
  • 23. Hamber & Kelly 5 Strand ModelWho’s the model aimed at?Government?Universities?Community Groups?Individuals?Funders?
  • 24. A Five Strand Model of Reconciliation for Victims•Trust•Intimacy•Control•Self Esteem•Safety•Humour•Neuro-science & endomorphines & NLP
  • 25. Reconciliation ModelsEncounter Models:1960s USA
  • 26. Reconciliation ModelsA one strand model:Creating Meaning

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