Conflict sensitivity and do-no-harm are essential principles for effective and sustainable peacebuilding. This course will provide participants with the tools to understand the impacts of their actions and interventions on conflict dynamics, and to design and implement conflict-sensitive programs that minimize negative consequences and maximize positive impacts. Through case studies, practical exercises, and group discussions, participants will explore how conflict sensitivity and do-no-harm can be applied across various sectors, including development, humanitarian, and peacebuilding work. The course will also examine the ethical considerations and challenges in implementing conflict-sensitive programming, such as power dynamics, local ownership, and accountability. Participants will leave with a better understanding of how to apply conflict sensitivity and do-no-harm principles to their own work and how to contribute to the building of more peaceful and just societies.