The Institute for Peace and Conflict Resolution IPCR has trained peace building stakeholders on Basic Conflict Management.
A statement by the Institute’s head of media Malam Musa Mato explains that the programme which drew Participants from security agencies, public service and civil society organizations is aimed at opening up the mind of peacebuilding stakeholders on the basic techniques of conflict management and resolution.
The Director General of the Institute For Peace and Conflict Resolution IPCR, Dr. Bakut T. Bakut while speaking during the closing of the training said the program which was organised by the institute’s National Peace Academy, urged participants to utilize what they learned in order to make impact in the society.
Dr. Bakut who was represented by the head, Research and Policy Analysis, Associate Professor, Joseph Ochogwu, said it was part of the Institute’s mandate to organize courses for stakeholders in the peacebuilding industry.
The head of National Peace Academy, IPCR, Dr. Bosede Awodola said that Basic Conflict Management course had been designed in such a way that everybody that participated would understand the rudiments of conflict management.