Are you interested in exploring the intersection between biodiversity conservation and community peacebuilding? Would you like to know how to establish a Peace Park using innovative methods based on the most contemporary research and projects actually taking place on the ground? Do you want to become more skilled at tackling the challenges of Peace Park management?
The course runs 4 February through 22 February 2019. Participants can enjoy live presentations from leading professionals, including Peace Parks Foundation experts, international consultants, professors, lawyers, and biodiversity decision makers.
Consider this course a time saver. As a participant, you no longer have to do extensive research on Peace Parks’ theory and practice. You do not need to spend weeks or months searching for the right books, reading blogs, or going to any academic or practical seminars in a person about this topic. All you have to do is study this MOOC. A course team has done all reading, research and work for you. This is the first attempt to establish a well-rounded approach to online professional development on Peace Parks. And the best part of all: the course is free.
This course will:
- Offer a comprehensive guide on Peace Park establishment;
- Teach participants to make a strong case for Peace Park development;
- Develop the skills to effectively plan, establish and manage Peace Parks;
- Address the challenges associated with the creation and management of these transboundary protected areas.
The course is designed for Peace Park development practitioners and environmental peacebuilding enthusiasts, but is open to everyone.
Registration links: English, French, Spanish, Russian, Arabic.
Participants must create an account on Learning for Nature here before registering for the course.