On October 6-12 Conflict Transformation School was held at Eurasia Partnership Foundation within the Project “Linking Civil Society Peace Builders with Policy-level Stakeholders” implemented with the support of British FCO. More than sixty young people applied for participation in the School from Armenia and Nagorny Karabakh. Twenty five young people were selected for the School who participated in a 7-day intensive course on Conflict Transformation developing critical thinking and exploring various topics related to the field of conflict studies. Topics included Introduction to Conflict Transformation, the Role of Discourse in Conflicts, Critical Thinking, Current Challenges of the Nagorny Karabakh Peace Process, Cyprus Conflict, Role of International Community in Dealing with Regional Conflicts, Conflict Resolution and International Law, Nationalism and Ethnic Conflicts. Presenters included prominent figures from civil society and academia. For the details of the Program see the Agenda of the Conflict Transformation School.
During the School presentation of Manual on for Journalists on Unbiased Media Coverage was held. The Manual was developed by EPF with FCO funding in 2011.
On the last day of the School participants received Certificates of Completion acknowledging their successful participation in the School.