This course is designed to introduce participants to the fundamental frameworks for peacebuilding, including theories, concepts, and practices. Participants will examine the root causes of conflict and explore various approaches to preventing and resolving conflicts. The course will provide an overview of the historical development of peacebuilding, including the role of international institutions and the impact of global events such as wars and civil conflicts. Participants will also analyze case studies of peacebuilding efforts around the world, drawing lessons from successes and failures. Through interactive sessions, group discussions, and practical exercises, participants will gain a deeper understanding of the theories and principles that underpin effective peacebuilding initiatives. This course is suitable for students, practitioners, and anyone interested in understanding the complex dynamics of conflict and the strategies for building sustainable peace.