The WEInstitute provides subject matter expertise to support countries and regions needing assistance for transitional justice and post-conflict reconstruction. "The absence of war does not mean that a society is in a state of peace. Transitional justice is instrumental to set the legal and cultural precursors for stability that would lead to conflict mitigation and amelioration."
WEI peoples, partners & programs
WEI the peoples for a better world
Anti-Human Trafficking Certificate
WEI offers a Certified Training on Combating Trafficking in Persons (CTIP) with a special attention to Southeast Asia. Our comprehensive and multi-stakeholder training programs follow the "4P" paradigm and the United Nations guidelines on Anti-Human Trafficking (AHT). Contact us for more information. Read more >>
Sustainable Human Security Publications
The International Journal of Sustainable Human Security (IJSHS) has completed the Volume II of the Journal exploring issues of anti-human trafficking in relation to human security. We are grateful to the contributors with their analyses and expert reflections that help us to become more effective agents of change in the fight against modern slavery. Read more >>
International Service Career Training
Want to develop the right skills for a successful and engaged international career? WEI offers a pathway and practical solutions for a sustainable career in international development. Professional core training and special topic training programs are offered to qualified candidates. Read more >>
GLOBAL CAFE COMMUNITIES
The Global Café is a series of discussion forums that WEI organizes in collaboration with academic institutions to reflect and discuss on hot issues and topics in the international community. The panels engage nonprofits, NGOs and leaders from other sectors critically reflecting on topics such as refugee crisis, human trafficking, Microfinance, gender inclusion, fair trade and others. Read more >>
why worLd engagement?
Dr. Alfredo Sfeir Younis on the WEInstitute
Dr. Sfeir Younis, a world renowned expert on sustainable capacity development offers insights on the values and challenges represented by the WEInstitute. Dr. Sfeir Younis is a Chilean economist who worked for the World Bank almost 30 years. He is the president and founder of the Zambulin Institute for Human Transformation and Senior International Fellow and member of the international advisory board for the WEInstitute. He has been a strong promoter of the WEInstitute's vision, especially in the organization's international mission, its academic character and contribution offered through its programs, projects and methods.