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Human Rights & HIV: Johns Hopkins-Pulitzer Center Symposium

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Registration deadline: 07 Oct 2014 Training date: 08 Oct 2014 to 09 Oct 2014 Pulitzer Center

Please join us on Thursday, October 9, for the 2014 Johns Hopkins-Pulitzer Center Symposium this year exploring human rights and the global fight against AIDS.

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International Law Weekend 2014: International Law in a Time of Chaos

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Registration deadline: 22 Oct 2014 Training date: 23 Oct 2014 to 25 Oct 2014 Leitner Center for International Law and Justice

Location: Fordham Law School, 150 W. 62nd St. New York, NY 10023
Contact: LeitnerCenter@law.fordham.edu

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Making Partnerships Work -- By InterAction and Accenture Development Partnerships

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Registration deadline: 10 Oct 2014 Training date: 18 Nov 2014 to 13 Mar 2015 InterAction

InterAction is thrilled to announce the launch of its Leadership Development Series, tailored to meet the demands of senior leadership at international NGOs who are partnering with the private sector both domestically and globally.

Developed with, and facilitated by Accenture Development Partnerships, the first Series is titled “Making Partnerships Work” and will allow attendees to:

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Put Your Ideals Into Practice: Doctors Without Borders Info Session - Atlanta

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Registration deadline: 23 Oct 2014 Training date: 23 Oct 2014 Médecins Sans Frontières

Every day, Doctors Without Borders aid workers from around the world provide assistance to people whose survival is threatened by violence, neglect, or catastrophe—treating those most in need regardless of political, religious, or economic interest. Whether an emergency involves armed conflicts or epidemics, malnutrition or natural disasters, Doctors Without Borders is committed to bringing quality medical care to people caught in crisis.

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Health Emergencies in Large Populations (HELP) Institute

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Registration deadline: 04 Dec 2014 Training date: 05 Jan 2015 to 16 Jan 2015 Johns Hopkins University

****H.E.L.P. 2015**** is a two-week course focused on the health needs of refugees, internally displaced persons, and those affected by disasters and conflict covering but not limited to:

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Global Health Essentials Course 2015

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Registration deadline: 31 Jan 2015 Training date: 14 Feb 2015 to 22 Feb 2015 Weill Cornell Medical College

GLOBAL HEALTH ESSENTIALS COURSE: February 14 - 22, 2015

( GHEC 2015 course spans only four working days, and two weekends )

Media Partner: EPi The Global Emergency Medicine Division at Weill Cornell Medical College / NewYork-Presbyterian, is pleased to announce the next annual Global Health Essentials Course: a two-week, state-of-the art education program aimed at healthcare providers engaged in international work from around the world.

Who should take this course?

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CDC Safety Training Course for Healthcare Workers Going to West Africa in Response to the 2014 Ebola Outbreak

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Registration deadline: 06 Jan 2015 Training date: 06 Oct 2014 to 06 Jan 2015 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

HOW CAN I HELP?

Medical volunteers who would like to provide assistance with the West Africa Ebola outbreak can find more information on USAID's website: http://www.usaid.gov/ebola/volunteers

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Masters in International Humanitarian Action (MIHA)

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Registration deadline: 10 Oct 2014 Training date: 11 Oct 2014 to 31 Jul 2015 Fordham University

The MIHA Difference

In a Disaster, Good Intentions Are Not Enough.

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6th Annual AIDF Disaster Relief Summit

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Registration deadline: 18 Nov 2014 Training date: 19 Nov 2014 to 20 Nov 2014 Aid & International Development Forum

Two Days of Inspiration!

19-20th November | Washington DC, USA

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HREA Advocacy Institute 2015

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Registration deadline: 01 Feb 2015 Training date: 04 Aug 2015 to 07 Aug 2015 Human Rights Education Associates

Aims of the HREA Advocacy Institute

The HREA Advocacy Institute is an annual advanced training program for human rights practitioners seeking to increase their skills and gain a practical understanding of participatory advocacy methods and tools. Participants come from across the globe and include staff members of NGOs and inter-governmental organizations, academics, educators and activists.

Programme overview

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Training of Trainers

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Registration deadline: 26 Jan 2015 Training date: 26 Jan 2015 to 28 Jan 2015 InsideNGO

The purpose of this workshop is to build the confidence, course design and facilitation skills of NGO staff to deliver relevant and effective training. The training approach is highly practical, participatory and fun! We focus on real issues and help participants to use the techniques covered, rather than just discuss them.

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PMD Pro 1 - The Essentials of Project Management

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Registration deadline: 12 Jan 2015 Training date: 12 Jan 2015 to 14 Jan 2015 InsideNGO

Staff of international NGOs are asked to use limited resources to manage projects that aim to address complex social problems under challenging circumstances. Successfully delivering your project on scope, on time, and on budget requires a set of skills that must be learned and then refined through practice.

PMD Pro 1 is a globally-recognized certification for project managers. Regardless of where you are in your career, PMD Pro Certification will demonstrate your expertise and commitment to the profession.

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Put Your Ideals Into Practice: Doctors Without Borders Info Session - Portland

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Registration deadline: 02 Oct 2014 Training date: 02 Oct 2014 Médecins Sans Frontières

Every day, Doctors Without Borders aid workers from around the world provide assistance to people whose survival is threatened by violence, neglect, or catastrophe—treating those most in need regardless of political, religious, or economic interest. Whether an emergency involves armed conflicts or epidemics, malnutrition or natural disasters, Doctors Without Borders is committed to bringing quality medical care to people caught in crisis.

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Assessing NGO Capacity: An Overview of Tools & Facilitation Techniques

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Registration deadline: 11 Nov 2014 Training date: 11 Nov 2014 to 13 Nov 2014 InsideNGO

This workshop will focus on developing a deeper understanding of two main uses of capacity assessments in development projects, determining partner readiness to receive an award, and developing a long-term capacity strengthening plan. By the end, participants will be able to select (or develop) the best tool for their own use and understand the process of capacity assessment, from partner engagement and data collection to results analysis and planning.

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USAID Proposal Development: An Introduction

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Registration deadline: 23 Oct 2014 Training date: 23 Oct 2014 to 24 Oct 2014 InsideNGO

Putting together winning proposals for USAID in a competitive environment can be a complex task with very tight time frames.

This workshop will prepare participants to contribute effectively to the proposal development process by enhancing their understanding of the inter-connected elements of a USAID proposal. Participants will learn the A to Z's of proposal development.

Participants will also learn strategies and tools for managing the proposal process to avoid common pitfalls and maximize the chances of submitting a winning proposal.

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Managing Intergroup Conflict Through Facilitation

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Registration deadline: 05 Oct 2014 Training date: 06 Oct 2014 to 10 Oct 2014 US Institute of Peace

Instructor: Alison Milofsky

Conflict management practitioners working in conflict zones often engage with groups who are at odds with one another. Many of the strategies these practitioners employ depend heavily on having solid facilitation skills. Conflict management skills training, problem-solving workshops, mediation, intergroup dialogue, and other processes all center around an effective facilitator who is able to guide a group in transforming conflict.

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Financial Management for US Government Funding

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Registration deadline: 04 Dec 2014 Training date: 04 Dec 2014 to 05 Dec 2014 InsideNGO

Consistent and effective financial management is the key to receiving funding from the US Government–and also to reducing audit findings. Participants will return to work equipped with a comprehensive knowledge of the fundamentals of financial management with US Government funding, including accounting procedures, timekeeping systems, basic budget management, indirect costs, and how to deal with donor audits and reviews.

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Financial Management for US Government Funding

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Registration deadline: 20 Nov 2014 Training date: 20 Nov 2014 to 21 Nov 2014 InsideNGO

Consistent and effective financial management is the key to receiving funding from the US Government–and also to reducing audit findings. Participants will return to work equipped with a comprehensive knowledge of the fundamentals of financial management with US Government funding, including accounting procedures, timekeeping systems, basic budget management, indirect costs, and how to deal with donor audits and reviews.

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USAID Rules & Regulations: Grants & Cooperative Agreements

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Registration deadline: 01 Dec 2014 Training date: 01 Dec 2014 to 03 Dec 2014 InsideNGO

International organizations that rely on USAID funding often face challenges in effectively managing their awards. The rules and regulations associated with award management are complex and the practical application of these rules is crucial for compliant project implementation. Organizations need staff members who understand how USAID awards work and can effectively manage USAID rules and regulations to maintain donor compliance.

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USAID Rules & Regulations: Grants & Cooperative Agreements

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Registration deadline: 17 Nov 2014 Training date: 17 Nov 2014 to 19 Nov 2014 InsideNGO

International organizations that rely on USAID funding often face challenges in effectively managing their awards. The rules and regulations associated with award management are complex and the practical application of these rules is crucial for compliant project implementation. Organizations need staff members who understand how USAID awards work and can effectively manage USAID rules and regulations to maintain donor compliance.