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Embracing peace through JCI Projects


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JCI Training during 2016 World Congress in Quebec, Canada

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Embracing peace through JCI Projects

  1. 1. Embracing Peace Through JCI Projects By Muhamad Shabarek, JCI Syria JCI Mission: “To provide development opportunities that empower young people to create positive change.”
  2. 2. Acknowledgment • This training is a brief summary from the JCI Syria Social Peace Academy training developed in cooperation between: – House Of PEace (HOPe) – and JCI Syria.
  3. 3. JCI Syria Social Peace Academy • 4 Day Training Programme • Social peace concept, Understanding the context, what is conflict? Identifying and analysing key conflicts 1, Capacities for Peace & Capacities for war concept, Analysis CP&CW, Conflict sensitivity: Do No Harm and peacebuilding, What is next (Start, Stop, Amend)
  4. 4. Who is in Room? • Please start introducing yourself by saying: – Your Name – Your National Organisation – And, Why do you Believe that JCI Should Care for Peace?
  5. 5. At the end of the course participants will be able to: • Understand and live why JCI commits to making peace • Defining Peace and different ways to reach peace • Understand Conflict and become aware of different available tools • Look on how JCI can take actions towards Peace • Encourage you to Join our JCI Syria 2017 Social Peace Academy Course Objectives
  6. 6. Course Program Module 1 Peace and theory of Change Module 2 Understanding Conflict Module 3 Taking Action
  7. 7. Module 1 Peace & theory of change (60 min.)
  8. 8. Before to start What is Peace??
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  11. 11. How can we reach Peace? Development Security Human Rights Justice Coexistence/Tolerance …
  12. 12. Theory of Change Theory of Change is a planning process created specifically for community change efforts. Theory of Change is not a general theory of how change happens; rather, the theory is specific to your effort. Theory of Change is useful for setting goals, strategic planning, and program evaluation.
  13. 13. TOC is a “Process” and a “Product” • A structured thinking PROCESS that allows groups to turn their theories about what needs to change and why into a “causal pathway” • A PRODUCT that illustrates the results of the TOC process
  14. 14. What is a “Causal Pathway” ? • A step-by-step, backwards mapping process through which a group determines all the preconditions necessary to reach an ultimate vision. Situation/ Pre- condition If So that
  15. 15. JCI Creates Impact JCI Projects meets the local needs JCI Members are able to assess the community needs JCI members have the tools on Community needs analysis
  16. 16. BREAK Pause
  17. 17. Module 2 Understanding a Conflict (75 min.)
  18. 18. How a conflict Happen? Behaviours: Positive or aggressive Differences: Disagree of aims Ideas and presumptions: Logical or emotional Visible Invisible
  19. 19. Understanding Conflict • People everywhere experience conflict on a daily basis in their homes, communities, workplaces, and religious organizations. Conflicts have many causes or “roots.” Exploring the multiple roots of conflict is essential in an effort to determine what needs to be done to prevent a violent or harmful expression of conflict. This session explores the multiple causes of conflict.
  20. 20. Violometier • Group Game (10min.)
  21. 21. Analysis tools • Conflict/Context analysis (Conflict tree) • Stakeholders analysis • FishBone Analysis • Stakeholders analysis • Capacities for Peace and Capacities for Wars (Do not Harm Concept)
  22. 22. Root Causes of Conflict Core issues Effects of Conflict What are the issues in the conflict? What are people fighting over? What are the underlying needs of the various parties in conflict? Do any mutually acceptable criteria or processes for decision-making exist? What might be some of the common values or interests in the conflict?
  23. 23. Module 3 Taking an action (30 min.)
  24. 24. “DO NO HARM” FRAMEWORK Do we need a specific peace project to contribute into making Peace??
  25. 25. The Seven steps • Step 1: Understanding the context of Conflict • Step 2: Analysing dividers and Tensions • Step 3: Analysing Connectors and Local Capacities for Peace • Step 4: Analysing your action Programme/Project/Action
  26. 26. The Seven steps (Cont.) • Step 5: Analysing the programme’s impact on dividers and connectors – Who gains or loses? Are we missing any opportunities? Are we undermining or weakening LCPs? – What resources we are bringing into the conflict? – What messages we are giving through the way we work? And what is the impact of theses messages
  27. 27. The Seven steps (Cont.) • Step 6:Considering (and generating) Programme Options: – Start – Amend – Stop • Step 7: Test Options and Redesign Project.
  28. 28. Thank you! Follow us on: GSM: +963 933 41 17 41 (Muhamad)