The Tibetan Center for Conflict Resolution, an educational organization based in Dharamsala, northern India begins its third two month intensive training on resolving conflicts non-violently for twenty young Tibetan participants.
The training is dedicated to bring young leaders among the educated youth in tackling conflicts of all kinds in a non-violent and compassionate way.
Karma Lekshay, Director of the Center said that through these kind of trainings, they aim to educate young Tibetans in resolving conflicts peacefully through communication and dialogue, which will not only benefit the Tibetans in exile, but also the ones inside Tibet and Chinese people as well.
Sonam Dorjee, Settlement Officer of Dharamsala and Tsewang Yeshi, President of Tibetan Children's Village spoke at the opening function, followed by the participants sharing their observations and expectations from this training.
The Tibetan Center for Conflict resolution was set up in 2001, and since then have given over 250 training and workshops on peaceful resolutions.