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Capacity Building and Field Exposure Program in "Community Driven Development" from 5-29 November, 2018
Imparting Knowledge, Enhancing Skills and Changing Attitudes
Every day, Doctors Without Borders/ Médecins Sans Frontières 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.
The foundational course equips participants with a sound understanding of the concept of sustainable development as well as the vision and principles of the 2030 Agenda. It explores the three pillars of sustainable development while taking a look at the inter-linkages between climate change, planetary boundaries, social inclusion and human rights. It also identifies key lessons from the implementation of the Millennium Development Goals and the significant differences in the new agenda.
Gender-based violence (GBV) has been recognized as a cross-cutting issue affecting the lives of victims from a diversity of dimensions including culture, education, health, economy, psychology, livelihoods and political participation. In fact, violence against women and girls was chosen as one of the critical areas of action following the Beijing Conference.
Logistics Learning Alliance is a leading provider of humanitarian based training programmes. We currently have over 1,000 students, studying in six continents and working under some of the most dangerous and challenging conditions in many of the world’s most disaster hit and war-torn countries.
Following the huge success of our Humanitarian Essentials Logistics Module (HELM) Events between 2015 and 2017, we will be returning to Nairobi in November 2018 to deliver our second Advanced Supply Chain Manager course.
Anyone involved in setting up or managing partnerships, from a partnership manager to a desk officer overseeing partnerships in any types of organizations - a network organisation, private company,
larger NGOs or a governmental development organisation.
During the last decade, Results-Based Management (RBM) has gained much influence in international cooperation. Still many organisations struggle to plan for real results with the accompanying processes and tools. RBM has consequences for the entire organisation: for project planning, monitoring, evaluation and learning. Learning how to design a solid RBM framework - in various forms – is a good first step to integrate RBM in your organisation.
Evaluate with confidence and make a meaningful difference with a qualification from Australia’s leading university.
ABOUT THE COURSE
The Do No Harm (DNH) concepts are widely used in the humanitarian and development communities and it is one of the best known tools for Peace and Conflict Impact Analysis. Assistance is often misused by people in conflicts to pursue a political or military agenda.
Improving learning and accountability
Management of projects and programmes is complex. A close study of planning and implementation improves efficiency and effectiveness. Monitoring and evaluating the processes provide a systematic means to improve your development projects, programmes and increase organizational performance. This course provides quantitative indicator-based system for Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) as well as more qualitative tools (Outcome Mapping and Most Significant Change). The course is proactive and participatory.
We at the International Peace and Development Training Centre are happy to announce, together with PATRIR, that our Autumn - Winter 2018 Training Calendar is here. Please have a look at our offer bellow. If you should have any questions, we are more than happy to help, so please do not hesitate to contact us and reserve your place.
Local Governance & Sub-National Peacebuilding, Social Cohesion and Violence Prevention
Date and Location: 22nd-25th October, London
The International Center on Nonviolent Conflict, in partnership with Rutgers University International Institute for Peace, is pleased to announce a call for applications for an eight-week, moderated online course: “**People Power: The Study of Strategic Nonviolent Resistance**."
This free, moderated course will take place on ICNC's online learning platform, from September 6 to November 1, 2018.
Leadership is not a position or a title!
You don’t need a title or a degree to be a leader; anyone can be a leader when the situation demands it. In this course you will learn about situational leadership and how anyone can have the opportunity to lead in times of confusion, difficulties and challenges in the project. The course will teach you how to lead the team and project stakeholders to reach a common vision. The skills you will learn include communication, negotiation, conflict resolutions, coaching, presentation skills and many more.
Master the project management processes required to successfully manage your projects, learn how to manage the project constraints, develop a stakeholder map and manage project risks. Join us in the upcoming online course Effective Project Management for Development Organizations and NGOs.
Results Based Management is a shift from a focus on inputs and activities to a focus on outputs, outcomes, and impact. Results are the a changes that can be described and measured and it’s the consequence of a cause-effect relationship. They imply that changes in behaviours, by individuals, groups of people, organizations, government bodies or society, has taken place.
Who is a refugee? What is the legal framework currently applicable to those fleeing states affected by armed conflicts like Syria, Iraq or Afghanistan? What are the related obligations of European states? This course analyses the main international and regional legal norms governing refugee protection. It examines the sources of international refugee law, including the 1951 Geneva Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees, and their interaction with human rights law and international humanitarian law.