ICR has worked with a variety of groups to provide training programmes designed specifically to address the individual needs of local organisations.  The training is not only a learning tool for groups, but it can also help increase confidence in engaging with local agencies and authorities, such as the police, politicians and statutory agencies.  Our training programmes are designed to give impetus to local partnerships to build on research findings. 

Current or recent training programmes include:

PSNI:  ICR conducted student training for the Police Service of Northern Ireland.

NERVE CENTRE: ICR prepared a number of modules for an online community relations training resource for the Nerve Centre, a multi media project in Derry.

Human Rights and Community Relations:  ICR took part in developing human rights and conflict transformation training work with the Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission.  The aim of the training events was to introduce human rights to practitioners involved in conflict transformation work.  By the end of the events it was envisaged that participants would have a basic understanding of human rights law and its relevance to a number of scenarios and case studies relating to conflict.  The training was part of a wider programme of events which also included the organisation of a major conference, a number of conference workshops, the preparation of academic papers, and networking, both locally and at an international level. 



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