The next conference about "Conflict sensitiv planning and implementation of development projects" will take place on 20. November 2014, in Stuttgart, Welthaus Charlottenplatz 17, Eingang 5, supported by Engagement Golbal, Brot für die Welt, FORUM der Kulturen e.V., ABROS green GmbH, and organized by CLEAN-AFRICA e.V. The event will be held in German.


Goals of the event are:

  • To inform and sensitize participants about the north-south chain of the conflicts.
  • To create an understanding about the interaction between conflict and development; what is the prevalence of conflicts in the third world aid policy and developing-political educational work and their possible causes.
  • Analysis concerning effects of the civil societies in north by Conflict-incompatible planning and development in the south.
  • Analysis of a snapshot of the conflict consciousness in the developing-political work of information and educational work in Germany.
  • To demonstrate Best-Practice projects from the inland and outland to stimulate conceptual advancement of single educational offers.
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    Project description:

    Eight of ten worldwide poorest countries suffer or have suffered from wide forcible conflicts. Furthermore wars in developing countries leave heavy human, economic and social costs and are one of the main causes for poverty, misery and underdevelopment. Therefore the consequences of civil wars are mostly not carried by the causers but by the innocent, future inhabitants, children and women.

    According to Canadian Internationally institute of Applied Negotiation (CIIAN), conflict sensitivity serves in the development cooperation at a high level to diminish violent conflicts or to minimize the potential of forcible conflicts, as well as to raise the effectiveness of the help work. Development cooperation without conflict delicacy can serve even mistakenly to promote conflicts and to cause more damage at the end than to be useful.

    CIIAN explains that the planning must be carried out by development projects as a process in which certain problems are identified, the causal connections must be analyzed, and solutions must be developed and implemented as a project / program with goals, measures and indicators. Indeed, conflict-sensitive planning must be guaranteed as an additional component (conflict analysis of the actors, causes, profile and dynamism in a certain context) as an aim, so that the project or program does not serve mistakenly to raise the likelihood of forcible conflicts, but to diminish the potential of conflicts or eliminate existing ones.

    Conflicts are visible not only in the third world aid policy, but also in the inland developing-political educational work.

    The project is as a contribution to the UN decade „education for sustainable development“.

    It serves as a component of the necessary sustainable strategies worldwide, as well as of the arising social, educational policies and pedagogical challenges and chances.

    Program:

    Presentation:

    Cathy Nzimbu-Mpanu Mpanu Plato, Ndwenga inc.

    16:30 coffees, cakes, snacks and music from the south, Exhibition on the subject „the north – the south views“ and "conflict".

    17:00 greetings

  • The role of developing-political education with the origin, prevention and coping of social conflicts
    Rainer Lang, endowment development cooperation - BaWü
  • The relashion between third world aid policy and the coping of social conflicts:
    Consequences for the development cooperation
    Dr. Joy Alemazung, Project manager Engagement Global GmbH


  • 17:45 speech contributions to the planning conscious of conflict and implementing of development projects concerning food security
    Prof. Regina Birner Tropical center university Hohenheim
    Further inquiries discussion

    18:15 speech contributions to the conflict-related monitoring and Evaluation
    Wiltrud Rösch-Metzler: Journalist, federal chairperson Pax Christ
    Further inquiries, discussion

    18:45 breaks with snack, music and itinerant exhibition

    19:15 The contribution of the Diaspora NGOs in the west in the context one
    „Strategical conflict-defined programming & resolution“
    Lucia Muriel Fachpromotorin Migrantisch-Diasporische
    Organisations, Berlin
    Further inquiries, discussion

    19:40 panel discussions with engaged and experts in the field of developing-political
    Dr. Mussie Habte, parliamentary adviser for education, BaWü
    Prof. Regina Birner, university Hohenheim
    Vera Nkenyi Ayemle, teaching representative FH - Esslingen
    Lucia Muriel, moveGLOBAL inc., Berlin.
    Wiltrud Rösch-Metzler: Journalist, federal chairperson Pax Christ

    20:20 final remarks and evaluation:
    Paulino Miguel, Technical-promoter migration and development
    Forum of the cultures Stuttgart inc.

    20:30 music contributions, end of the event

    Joint Organizers:

    Afrokids International,

    Afrika Workshop,

    Bona e.V.,

    Deutsch-Kolumbianische-Freundeskreis,

    Freundeskreis Afrika e.V.,

    Ndwenga e.V.,

    Sompon Social Services,

    ZEB Baden-Württemberg.

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