TRAINING OF INTER FAITH RELIGIOUS LEADERS ON MEDIATION (1744)

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06Feb2017
09Feb2017

The Inter-Religious Council of Kenya (IRCK) is the national coalition of the main faith communities in Kenya. Established as a Society under the Societies Act, IRCK is purposed on harnessing the spiritual, moral and social resources of faith communities for peaceful coexistence and interreligious harmony in the country and to address social, economic issues affecting KenyanTowards strengthening the capacities and competencies of religious leaders to resolve conflicts, IRCK will conduct a three-day Advanced Mediation Training for religious leaders. The training is initiated in order to strengthen the mediation support capacity of the religious leaders especially in this period when we are heading to the 2017 general elections.

From 9:00am until 4:30pm

At Chak Guest House,Nairobi ,Kenya

P.O. BOX 6352 -00200 Nairobi

INTER-RELIGIOUS COUNCIL OF KENYA (IRCK) / cell 0722336630

The Inter-Religious Council of Kenya (IRCK) is the national coalition of the main faith communities in Kenya. Established as a Society under the Societies Act, IRCK is purposed on harnessing the spiritual, moral and social resources of faith communities for peaceful coexistence and interreligious harmony in the country and to address social, economic issues affecting Kenyans. Towards strengthening the capacities and competencies of religious leaders to resolve conflicts, IRCK will conduct a three-day Advanced Mediation Training for religious leaders. The training is initiated in order to strengthen the mediation support capacity of the religious leaders especially in this period when we are heading to the 2017 general elections. The specific objectives of the training are; 1. To provide a platform for religious leaders to acquire practical mediation skills that can be applied in mediation scenarios. 2. To build a core team of mediators that can be called upon to respond to situation that require mediation processes. The training workshop will have the following outcomes; 1. Enhanced mediation skills for religious leaders to function effectively as mediation process experts in providing guidance and advice during mediation processes. 2. An established mediation pool of religious leaders with a recognition towards the importance of collaborative engagement 3. A strengthening appreciation for mediation and its role in conflict prevention and transformation. 4. Develop action plans geared towards reduction in the reported incidences of violence during party nomination processes and of resolving issues across political party

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