Orientation workshops on Composite Heritage
The objective of these workshops is to introduce the concept of Composite Heritage, a Peace Building Tool, to NGO workers, Activists, Elected Local Bodies, People's Movements, Students of Schools and Universities.
Orientation Workshops on Do No Harm (DNH) Local Capacities for Peace (LCP)
These workshops introduce this Analytical Tool. This concept helps in understanding various dimensions related to tensions/conflicts in a particular context and the impact of our work in that context.
Training of Trainers (ToT) on Composite Heritage
These workshops focus on training skills with specific attention on how to run sessions/workshops on Composite Heritage. The idea is to create a pool of trainers on Composite Heritage who can take the concept further to their work areas.
Training of Trainers (ToT) on Local Capacities for Peace
These workshops have an intense focus on the training skills and concept, to train future trainers of Local Capacities for Peace – Do No Harm approach. It is a 10 days comprehensive workshop with practice sessions and real life simulations.
Applying DNH while working on Conflict
Fellow travelers in South Asia, working on DNH approach have started moving beyond LCP and applying the tool in their Peace Building efforts. ISD, along with other organizations, now uses this tool to unpack the real context of conflict and evolve our intervention in such a manner that we no longer remain confined to using DNH as an analytical tool only. Rather, we put it to use in our Peace Building endeavour.
Mainstreaming Composite Heritage and Local Capacities for Peace
We explore various ways of using these concepts among people at local level. Initiatives like Sirjan and Hullas and many others focus on re-asserting connectors, commonalities in society as against the tensions/conflicts we face.