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Facilitator-Conflict Transformation, Henry Martyn Institute,Andhra Pradesh, India

From the job posting: Henry Martyn Institute: International Centre for Research, Interfaith Relations and Reconciliation is located in Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh since 1969. As part of its Praxis work; it facilitates events and processes that help people, groups, and institutions build capacities to engage creatively and constructively with conflicts; to work for transformation of relationships and conflicts; and to work towards reconciliation and sustainable peace.


  • To work with the Conflict Transformation team in order to meet the goals and objectives of strengthening the individual, organizational and regional capacities for conflict transformation
  • To facilitate participatory training programmes/workshops/seminars in the different regions in which HMI works i.e. Manipur, Nagaland, Assam, Gujarat, Andhra Pradesh
  • To engage in research and help others to engage in research to collect, build and share resources on peace building, conflict transformation, dialogue and reconciliation
  • To identify relevant resource materials that can be useful in the contexts of HMI’s work and build a resource bank of useful materials for use by CT team and others in the regions
  • To assist in proper documentation of all activities and initiatives



  • Master’s Degree preferably in peace studies, conflict resolution, counseling, sociology, gender studies or social work
  • Three years work experience in any of the above mentioned fields
  • Two years experience as a trainer/facilitator in conflict resolution/transformation/peace building work
  • Excellent communication and leadership skills and ability to work in diverse social and cultural settings
  • Fluency and proficiency in English and one or two local languages

 To apply, see the original job posting.

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