The CCB's Center of Arbitration and Conciliation has built different proposals and programs aimed at the academic sector that intervene along three stages of training in order to build a culture of peace, through training, awareness and active participation processes by the academic community which allow for the transformation and escalation of conflicts according to each given case.
The Hermes program for student coexistence and competitiveness has developed pedagogic tools for the transformation of student conflict. During their studies, they have identified three major age ranges on which transformation of conflict is crucial for the social relationships among boys, girls and young populations.
Between 5 and 11 years old
Development of social, emotional skills and competencies to handle conflict at young ages.
Between 12 and 18 years old
Develop social skills and competencies based on dialogue, respect for differences and tolerance, contributing to the generation of peace scenarios aimed towards improving the students' quality of life as well as their environment.
Between 18 and 24 years old
Provide tools to transform conflict in university spaces that will allow for the growth of citizens armed with the skills required by the labor and productive markets.