Conflict Analysis is a fundamental course for any practitioner or scholar interested in the field of peacebuilding. The course will provide participants with a comprehensive framework for understanding the root causes of conflicts, its different types, and levels. Participants will learn how to use conflict analysis tools and methods to identify key conflict drivers, actors, and factors that contribute to the escalation or resolution of conflicts. This course will also focus on the role of stakeholders in conflicts, including state actors, non-state actors, and civil society. Participants will explore the complexities of conflicts, including their historical, cultural, and social dimensions, and will learn how to analyze conflicts in different contexts, including post-conflict settings, complex emergencies, and transitional justice. Overall, the course will provide participants with practical skills and theoretical knowledge necessary for conflict analysis and resolution.