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1 Conflict Sensitive Communication and Peace Journalism By BenCy G. Ellorin Training on Engendered Conflict-Sensitive Multi-media Reportage: Sept , 2010 MASSPECC Hostel and Training Center Mindanao Women Writers and GTZ

2 Self Recognition Write your name on the name cards and stick it in your shirts (that will be your IDs/ no press cards IDs) On the papers provided: Draw a picture of you in the center of the paper and write down a short explanation below. ↳ Put a title on top: “The Best of Me” ↳ Write down your name behind the paper. ↳ Take a glance at your experiences in dealing with problems and write down four positive traits that build your personality. Repeat the process in another sheet of paper ↳ Put a title on top: “Need to be Repaired” ↳ Take a glance at your experiences again and write down four traits that need to be repaired. Training on Engendered Conflict-Sensitive Multi-media Reportage: Sept , 2010 MASSPECC Hostel and Training Center Mindanao Women Writers and GTZ

3 Self Recognition Common Reactions in facing conflict: > Common Reactions in Facing Conflicts > Act aggressively > Try to manage or solve > Run away or stand still Training on Engendered Conflict-Sensitive Multi-media Reportage: Sept , 2010 MASSPECC Hostel and Training Center Mindanao Women Writers and GTZ

4 Stages of Change Five stages of change in individual and group; 1. Aware of individual or group problems with no intention to change; 2. Start to think seriously to change; 3. State a commitment of change; 4. Seek some alternatives of change; 5. Choose and maintain a new behavior Training on Engendered Conflict-Sensitive Multi-media Reportage: Sept , 2010 MASSPECC Hostel and Training Center Mindanao Women Writers and GTZ

5 Informed Consent Objectives of the training c/o lina Training on Engendered Conflict-Sensitive Multi-media Reportage: Sept , 2010 MASSPECC Hostel and Training Center Mindanao Women Writers and GTZ

6 Expectations and worries Why I join this training: ……………………………………………………………………………………… …………………………………………………………………… What I worry most about this training: ……………………………………………………………………………………… …………………………………………………………………… What I expect most from this training ……………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………… Training on Engendered Conflict-Sensitive Multi-media Reportage: Sept , 2010 MASSPECC Hostel and Training Center Mindanao Women Writers and GTZ

7 Structural Experience ExperiencingExplainingAnalyzingSummarizingImplementing Training on Engendered Conflict-Sensitive Multi-media Reportage: Sept , 2010 MASSPECC Hostel and Training Center Mindanao Women Writers and GTZ

8 Assumptions,Types of Conflict DIFFERENCES - natural condition which forms basic human nature. DISPUTE - occurs when two (or more) individuals or groups are in competition to stake claim/entitlement to the same property, resources or position. CONFLICT - is a situation where and individual or group(s) display practices to abolish a person or group(s) entitlement to a disputed property or position. Training on Engendered Conflict-Sensitive Multi-media Reportage: Sept , 2010 MASSPECC Hostel and Training Center Mindanao Women Writers and GTZ

9 What is Peace Peace, is the condition of optimal respect for man and humanity, where the social, economic, political, security, and defense system is working effectively resulting in justice for all. In actual conflict situation PEACE may be the cessation of violence/ hostilities Training on Engendered Conflict-Sensitive Multi-media Reportage: Sept , 2010 MASSPECC Hostel and Training Center Mindanao Women Writers and GTZ

10 What is Justice The values and principles which govern the relationship and interaction between individuals in a community. It is dynamic in nature and are modified from time to time. We can identify several new values concerning justice, gender, ecology, democracy, tolerance, forgiveness and Human Rights. These values can stemfrom revisiting religious values, or from cultural values, or even from development in the political and judicial system. Training on Engendered Conflict-Sensitive Multi-media Reportage: Sept , 2010 MASSPECC Hostel and Training Center Mindanao Women Writers and GTZ

11 Justice and Human Rights Human Rights are the fundamental rights which must be respected by everyone. From the historical conception of Human Rights, it is clear that the concept is developed due to cruel, devastating and discriminatory events in human history towards humanity. Training on Engendered Conflict-Sensitive Multi-media Reportage: Sept , 2010 MASSPECC Hostel and Training Center Mindanao Women Writers and GTZ

12 Law Enforcement The judicial system holds a strategic position in the modern nation. Law governs the relationship between individuals and the individual itself, further it is the solution to disputes between conflicting groups. Fair and definite law enforcement is a fundamental pillar to conflict resolution and prevention. Training on Engendered Conflict-Sensitive Multi-media Reportage: Sept , 2010 MASSPECC Hostel and Training Center Mindanao Women Writers and GTZ

13 Assumptions,Types of Conflict DIFFERENCES - natural condition which forms basic human nature. DISPUTE - occurs when two (or more) individuals or groups are in competition to stake claim/entitlement to the same property, resources or position. CONFLICT - is a situation where and individual or group(s) display practices to abolish a person or group(s) entitlement to a disputed property or position. Training on Engendered Conflict-Sensitive Multi-media Reportage: Sept , 2010 MASSPECC Hostel and Training Center Mindanao Women Writers and GTZ

14 Sources of Conflict STRUTURAL CONFLICT discrepancy to access and control of natural resource, unfair policies, exessive power in decision making, etc. SOCIO-PSYCHOLOGICAL CONFLICT Stereotype, prejudice, stigma. CONFLICT OF INTEREST one group or more sacrifice another group(s) in order to serve its best interest.. CONFLICTING VALUES Different value systems among groups. DATA CONFLICT Information gap, Miscommunication, and misinterpretation Training on Engendered Conflict-Sensitive Multi-media Reportage: Sept , 2010 MASSPECC Hostel and Training Center Mindanao Women Writers and GTZ

15 Types of Conflict Zero Latent Emerging Manifest Training on Engendered Conflict-Sensitive Multi-media Reportage: Sept , 2010 MASSPECC Hostel and Training Center Mindanao Women Writers and GTZ

16 Conflict Chronology Dispute Tension Crisis Violence Mass Violence Abatement Settlement Training on Engendered Conflict-Sensitive Multi-media Reportage: Sept , 2010 MASSPECC Hostel and Training Center Mindanao Women Writers and GTZ

17 Conflict Resolution Cycle Conflict Conflict Prevention Peace Keeping Peacemaking Peace building Training on Engendered Conflict-Sensitive Multi-media Reportage: Sept , 2010 MASSPECC Hostel and Training Center Mindanao Women Writers and GTZ

18 CONFLICT EQUATION PLAYERS POLITICAL OBJECTIVE PROPAGANDA CAPACITY TO INFLICT VIOLENCE MEDIA PLAYER or NOT? PREVENTION ESCALATION DE-ESCALATION VICTIM FACILITATOR POLITICAL OBJECTIVE PROPAGANDA CAPACITY TO INFLICT VIOLENCE Training on Engendered Conflict-Sensitive Multi-media Reportage: Sept , 2010 MASSPECC Hostel and Training Center Mindanao Women Writers and GTZ

19 COMMUNICATION Training on Engendered Conflict-Sensitive Multi-media Reportage: Sept , 2010 MASSPECC Hostel and Training Center Mindanao Women Writers and GTZ PREVENTION – Assertion of Rights


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