UNRCCA training for Parliamentarians in Almaty, Kazakhstan, 14 December, 2016

There is substantial scope for raising awareness of international rules and models of peaceful dispute resolution among Central Asian stakeholders. It is important to ensure that professionals, particularly the young generation, are aware of contemporary methods and instruments of preventive diplomacy. Capacity building among this younger generation is a valuable investment in preventive diplomacy in the future.

In this context, UNRCCA maintains a close partnership with the United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR) in the framework of a preventive diplomacy training programme delivered jointly in Central Asia. Apart from this, the Centre also organizes training programmes and conducts lectures aimed at capacity building among the students of various educational institutions of Central Asia.