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22 Jan 2019 description

By Martin Scott, Senior Lecturer in Media and International Development at the University of East Anglia, UK

NORWICH, UK, Jan 22 2019 (IPS) - According to a recent poll of aid agencies by the Thomson Reuters Foundation, the most under-reported crisis of 2018 was the conflict in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).

20 Oct 2018 description

By Martin Scott, Kate Wright and Mel Bunce. In this report we present some of the findings of our four year, global research project into the state of humanitarian journalism around the world. We ask,

  1. Which news organisations regularly report on humanitarian affairs? How are they funded, and what ethical problems or professional dilemmas does this create for journalists covering humanitarian affairs?

01 May 2018 description

ATTITUDES TOWARDS HUMANITARIAN NEWS WITHIN THE AID SECTOR: SURVEY RESULTS

By Martin Scott (@martinscott2010).

How do those involved with or interested in the aid sector view media coverage of humanitarian issues globally? What are their main sources of news and information and how useful do they find them? What impact, if any, does news coverage have on their work?

05 May 2014 description

This document reports on a field study conducted in Sri Lanka under the initiative ‘Measuring the Impact of Aid Agency Programmes in Rapid Onset Natural Disaster'. This project, funded by DFID and managed by Oxfam, set out to develop a methodology for evaluating the contribution to change achieved by post-disaster interventions.

Training

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19 Oct 2018 description
training Registration deadline: 22 Apr 2019 Training date: 13 May 2019 to 24 May 2019 University of East Anglia

Location

University of East Anglia, Norwich, United Kingdom

Course Summary

It has become increasingly important to use ‘Evidence-Based’ criteria to decide what kind of programmes work, how, for whom, in what circumstances and at what cost. This course aims to enable participants to understand, critique and make effective use of such evidence.

Much evidence is quantitative in nature and this course aims to enable participants to understand, critique and make effective use of such evidence.

26 Mar 2018 description
training Ongoing course University of East Anglia

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26 Mar 2018 description
training Ongoing course University of East Anglia

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26 Mar 2018 description
training Ongoing course University of East Anglia

Course Summary

Sustainable management of natural capital underpins human development and well-being. Ecosystem services provide a conceptual framing to help identify and manage synergies and trade-offs in the natural capital, natural resource management, food security and biodiversity conservation domains.

This course is designed for practitioners working in government institutions, NGOs, international agencies and private sector with an interest in identifying, appraising and managing the synergies and trade-offs among multiple users and uses of nature.

02 May 2017 description
training Ongoing course University of East Anglia

Bespoke course run on request for your organisation: please enquire.

This new short course provides managerial level professionals with state-of-the-art knowledge, skills and tools needed to design, implement and monitor more equitable and just forest governance schemes.

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