WISCOMP organized the Tenth Annual Conflict Transformation Workshop titled The Software of Peacebuilding in New Delhi on August 23-26, 2012 as the tenth in the series of annual dialogues-cum-trainings for ‘next generation’ leaders in Pakistan and India. It brought together 40 young professionals (in the age group of 22 to 35 years) from the two countries with a purpose to broaden the network of Pakistani and Indian peacebuilders and enhance their capacity to participate in processes of nonviolent social change and conflict transformation.
While the participants represented different cultural and political backgrounds as well as professions such as law, psychology, conflict resolution, advocacy, education, media, business, development, public policy, and the arts, they came together for a common purpose: to build their capacity to contribute to sustainable peace and security in Pakistan and India. Kashmiris from both sides of the Line of Control constituted a large sub-group. In this context, the workshop curriculum consisted of seven modules: