601 training programs
La capacité de négocier efficacement dans des circonstances stressantes est une compétence essentielle à chaque travailleur humanitaire: du travailleur humanitaire sur le terrain qui, par exemple, négocie l’accès des zones de conflit ou les responsables au siège parlant aux donateurs et aux gouvernements.
Depuis 2017, l’Académie Clingendael a formé plus de 300 travailleurs humanitaires de plus de 40 ONG (I) et les agences des Nations Unies.
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What drives violent extremism amongst children and youth, and what should child protection practitioners do about it?
Childhub will host a webinar to present the findings of a research collaboration between Terre des hommes and WANA Institute conducted in 2018, which led to the publication of the report Reconceptualising the Drivers of Violent Extremism: an agenda for Child and Youth Resilience.
ACAPS Humanitarian Analysis Programme Open Day
29 November 2018, 16:00 - 19:30
Centre d'Accueil Genève Internationale, Route de Ferney 106, Geneva
The Humanitarian Analysis Programme, generously funded by ECHO and CDC, has been designed to drive a more robust and consistent approach to analysis within the humanitarian sector and to create a network of highly skilled humanitarian analysts.
The ability to effectively negotiate in stressful circumstances is a skill which is essential to every
humanitarian worker: from the field-based aid worker negotiating access on the frontline to the
manager in headquarters talking to donors and governments.
The Clingendael humanitarian negotiation training aims to enhance the negotiating capacity of
New framework helps strengthen institutional capacity for planning and delivering climate adaptation
· A new paper released by the Action on Climate Today (ACT) programme, titled, “Building institutional capacity for enhancing resilience to climate change: An operational framework and insights from practice” shows how institutions can strengthen their capabilities to tackle climate change across different levels of government.
Webinar - Addressing agricultural resilience in long term climate planning instruments
20 November 2018
Time: 18:30 to 20:00 ICT Bangkok
The landscape of climate planning instruments available to countries under the UNFCCC process includes National Adaptation Plans (NAPs), Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) and Long Term Strategies (LTS).
Crisis management and peacebuilding missions rely on the availability of well-prepared individuals. The training packages are available for free and contain core information and materials that will help strengthen or refresh the knowledge and skills of training organisers and subject-matter experts delivering or implementing trainings worldwide.
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One criteria of the Barnahus is that a medical evaluation is carried out to ensure a victim’s right to health and to secure forensic evidence for investigative purposes. As part of its medical services, a Barnahus or similar setup should also provide treatment and referrals to specialists as integral parts of its service.
The 3-part webinar mini-series will explore the many considerations for meeting the medical evaluation criteria for Barnahus:
This Webinar is a one-hour session ideal for humanitarians in IM, M&E or Project/Program Management who want to learn how to get started with designing a Database customized to the needs of tracking and managing individual cases (e.g. IDPS, refugees etc.) using the online M&E software ActivityInfo.
This is a introduction session to an upcoming on site event scheduled for January 2019 in London.
On January 22nd and 23rd - 2019, we will be starting our “7 Habits® for Humanitarians”
programme with a live workshop in London. As a way of introducing the program and giving an overview of the content and the benefits you will derive from it, we are hosting a 2hr complementary, introductory session.
MASTER THE ART OF RELATIONSHIPS
How do humanitarians build trust in order to enhance outcomes while lowering costs and increasing the speed of communication and response? More than ever, the humanitarian arena demands the building, restoration and extension of trust to deliver the response we are capable of.
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.
This course focuses on understanding international development. It is split into two main sections.
The first section introduces three key themes: powers and agency, scale, and history (PASH). These themes are explored through two case study cities, Detroit and Shanghai.
The second section looks at programmes to promote livelihoods among low-income people, giving you an opportunity to critically reflect on these interventions.
"Travel" with our team to India and Kenya to see first-hand how rigorous health research is conducted in the field. This free, nine-week online course called "Measuring Health Outcomes in Field Surveys" explores the fundamentals of field-based health research through immersive, documentary-style learning. Participants will learn how to measure individual and population health, select health indicators and measurement tools, and design surveys, as well as explore practical issues related to safety, hygiene, and ethics.
The e-learning course on the Integration of the SDGs into National Planning was developed by UN ESCAP to support policymakers and sustainable development practitioners in developing strategies and plans to implement the 2030 Agenda on Sustainable Development and the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Water (-Hazard) Resilient (Infrastructure for ) and Sustainable Cities are cities that achieve safe and adequate water supply and sanitation services based on sound water-related ecosystems, high level of water use efficiency, and a greater urban resilience to water-related disasters (here Water-Resilient Cities). The framework of Integrated Urban Water Management, follows Integrated Water Resource Management principles, adopts eco-city, compact city and smart growth concepts and approaches in urban planning.
The course on Wastewater Management and Sanitation has a Special Policy Emphasis on Decentralized Wastewater Treatment Systems(DEWATS) and is based on the respective Policy Guidance Manual (ref. at: http://www.unescap.org/resources/policy-guidance-manual-wastewater-management).
The ENTRi project has developed a comprehensive evaluation framework applicable for all training efforts offered under the ENTRi umbrella or elsewhere. All ENTRi training activities are evaluated under this evaluation framework to support quality in training, sustainable use of resources and impact on the working environment in missions. This toolkit consists of different documents from the ENTRi evaluation mechanism.
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Crisis management and peacebuilding missions rely on the availability of well-prepared individuals. The design and delivery of well structured, effective educational programmes that meet organisational and individual needs are wholly reliant upon the abilities of the trainers entrusted with imparting the requisite knowledge and skills to their learners. For this reason, this free training package aims to be a guide to good practice in designing and delivering training.
Came back from holiday and found a brand new EU PRAG and no information on what has changed?
Don’t worry! punto.sud Academy has already analysed the key documents of the new PRAG 2018 and detected the most important news!
Follow this short module to be informed about the main novelties.
Hope you will take this opportunity also to share information, tips and tricks with other participants
To provide an overview of the new/revised provisions established by the new PRAG 2018