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The Department of Health Sciences at the University of York invites applications for its MSc in International Humanitarian Affairs (MIHA). Established in 2013, the MSc in International Humanitarian Affairs has graduates that are working for the United Nations, International NGOs, diplomatic missions, national governments and local community organisations in Asia, Africa, Australasia, Europe, North America and the Middle East.
The Diploma of Advanced Studies (DAS) aims to offer professionals a strong understanding of the contemporary humanitarian challenges through a comprehensive overview of conceptual and operational aspects of humanitarian past and present crises. Their study will allow participants to acquire the necessary tools in order to analyze, understand and engage in critical reflection on the response to nowadays humanitarian emergencies.
Over the course of their studies, participants will:
Terrorism and Transnational Organized Crime
9 Apr 2018 - 8 Jun 2018
Professor Manish Thapa
The Arab Master is a multidisciplinary one-year programme offered by five leading universities in the Arab World and their European and International partners. Designed for post-graduates and professionals, it combines theoretical, practical and critical approaches to Human Rights and Democratic Governance.
Millions in both urban and rural communities worldwide are becoming vulnerable to water scarcity, social exclusion from access to water, polluted water sources and water-borne diseases. Overpopulation, falling groundwater tables, the mismanagement of water sources, pollution and over-extraction all threaten to exacerbate the already severe decline in available water resources. A community-based and participatory approach involving and empowering users and managers of local communities is necessary to balance the various needs and demands on available resources.
Admissions are Open on a Rolling Basis!Description of the Diploma** The Human Rights Centre of the United Nations mandated University for Peace is offering its successful Professional Development Diploma in Human Rights and Forced Displacement, courses for which can be taken entirely online. This Diploma, aimed at professionals seeking training for career development, can be obtained upon successful completion of the following five online courses offered in the programme.
The ability to handle external relations successfully has a growing impact, particularly at higher levels of management, on the ability of organizations to deliver humanitarian assistance. Students are given the knowledge and skills to respond to the various external relationships that enable humanitarian agencies to operate successfully in a competitive and often hostile environment. Through case studies, the course teaches techniques for dealing with politically motivated and highly stressed interlocutors.
Despite humanitarian agencies' not-for-profit status, they must be managed and administered on sound business principles. Students learn the managerial methods and skills required to become senior managers and directors of humanitarian organizations. Within these roles, such individuals need to work with and manage skilled specialists in various fields.
This course is required for the IDMHA module of the MIHA.
Migration, whether forced displacement or economic migration of the poorest, is often a major factor in either escaping from poverty, persecution and danger and/or moving into yet more dangerous situations. In search of livelihoods and safety, people often become victims of smugglers or traffickers.
The humanitarian aid community must cooperate with the national authorities to build or rehabilitate the basic infrastructure needed for access, shelter and the provision of life-sustaining services. This work often has to be carried out on an emergency basis in far from ideal circumstances. This course offers advanced knowledge of the technical requirements for the infrastructure needed in humanitarian emergencies. Students are exposed to vital managerial decisions they must consider as they supervise teams of technical experts.
Logistics is one of the most critical components of successful humanitarian assistance. Delivering the right assistance to the right beneficiaries at the right time requires both skills and an understanding of the supply chain. Logisticians must continually add to their knowledge and learn the latest best practices in the field. This course explains logistics, explores the ways that logistics can affect humanitarian support, and gives students an opportunity to analyze case studies and develop methods for improving delivery of support.
Humanitarian aid professionals are confronted with ethical questions in every area of their work. This course explores these ethical questions, examines alternative ethical grounds for action, and provides humanitarian professionals with a framework for evaluating practical ethical issues that arise, especially through current and past case studies.
This course is required for the IDMHA module of the MIHA.
This summer school is a good opportunity for the participants to understand the disaster management system and how this system works at local, national, European and international level. It is important that students in environmental risk related fields to have Disaster Management elements in their education.
The objectives of the summer school are:
to provide an overview of Disaster Management activities at various levels, both theoretical and practical;
To enable participants to acquire timely and responsive skills to effectively and efficiently manage the implementation of projects/programmes and ensure that the projects/programmes are consistent and deliver as per expected results.
In order to be accepted on Project Planning and Management II, candidates will need to proof prior learning experience corresponding to Project Planning and Management I.
The Communication for Development Course at the International Training Center of the ILO will provide learners with an interdisciplinary set of communication tools to create social change, on the path towards sustainable development.
It will give you the skills to integrate design thinking into develop projects and communicate effectively in a world that suffers from communication and information overload.
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The Social Change School Full eLearning Tool-Based Master Programme.
Admissions to the 2018/2019 edition of the European Master’s Programme in Human Rights and Democratisation (EMA) are open: first deadline – 22 January 2018, second deadline - 19 March 2018. EMA was created with the support of the European Union and 41 participating universities from all the EU member states.
Certificate in World Politics and Conflict Analysis
The University for Peace (UPEACE) is pleased to announce new Certificate in World Politics and Conflict Analysis. Students can obtain Certificate upon successfully completing group of online courses with or without credits within thematic area. The courses that are within the theme Certificate in World Politics and Conflict Analysis are:
1) Nonviolent Transformation of Conflicts
2) World Politics
3) International Law Dimensions of Peace and Conflict
4) Conflict Analysis
If you are looking for a program that will enhance your management potential, empower your strategic vision and equip you with the right tools and frameworks to tackle future challenges of international organizations in an innovative and sustainable way, SDA Bocconi has the right answer for you:
EMMIO - Executive Master in Management of International Organizations