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The Personal Field Security (PFST) has been specifically designed to increase preparedness and awareness of people working in high risk environments and support them in building confidence in managing critical and life-threatening situations. It is commonly referred as HEAT training in the sector. Throughout the training, participants will attend theoretical sessions, practice new skills and experience real-life simulations exercises.
Preparation, planning and reaction are the three pillars of our PFST.
- World bank Project cycle and Project documentation
- World bank project financial Management Guidelines and borrower responsibilities
- Project Interim Financial Reporting and its Cycle
- Internal control
- Planning and budgeting
- Project Accounting system
- IFRS and its characteristics
- Annual Financial reporting
- Internal Audit control & Arrangements
- Skills on project Financial Management system
- Disbursement policies and procedures statement of Expenditure
- IFRS- …
This immersive five-day course in international humanitarian law (IHL) is open to humanitarian practitioners who wish to become acquainted with the legal framework applicable to armed conflict. Combining theory and practice, the course follows a methodology involving exercises, simulations and discussions based on the actual challenges that humanitarian workers face today.
Monitoring and Evaluation are essential to improving project effectiveness. Effective project monitoring allows a project team to make appropriate decisions on a day-to-day basis and ensures that projects are carried out as planned and modified when necessary.
Evaluation enables a project manager to understand and demonstrate the results of their work, determine the best strategies for achieving the project objectives and document lessons learned to improve future programs.
3 good reasons to study
- You will learn how to deliver effective consultancy that is robust, evidence-based and grounded in the reality of resource-poor settings.
- You will apply learning and skills through conducting a mentored real-life consultancy assignment, as part of a multidisciplinary team in Merseyside.
- This certificate will develop you personal and professional networks, and update your knowledge and skills for working in global health.
Why this course?
More people than ever before are affected by forced displacement - by the end of 2016, the number of people who have been forced to flee from their homes as a result of persecution, conflict, violence, or human rights violations reached 65.6 million. Among them, nearly 22.5 million are refugees.
ABOUT THE COURSE
The main aim of these course is to prepare humanitarian workers operating in potentially dangerous environment. They say "a dead first aider can not save lives" and the same is true of a humanitarian
worker. That said humanitarian aid continue to be provided in an environment of uncertain security due to the nature of conflict.
Forced Migration and Human Rights (7 March – 17 April, 2018)
This course is also offered as part of the Professional Development Diploma on Human Rights and Forced Displacement.
5 Mar 2018 - 13 Apr 2018
Professor Miriam Estrada-Castillo
Over the past decades, transitional justice has emerged as an interdisciplinary field of research and practice that aims to understand and advance a complex range of goals, from strengthening democratic transitions and peacebuilding processes to enabling reconciliation.
Data Collection, Analysis and Report Writing
- On completion of the course, participants should be able to:
- Perform presentation statistics for policy analysis
- Design questionnaires and code them
- Analyze and interpret data using SPSS
- Produce reports based on SPSS output
- Use and produce data to more effectively monitor policy implementation
Can we promote environmental protection through existing human rights (HR) mechanisms? What protection does international law afford to ‘climate refugees’? What are the synergies and tensions between the legal protection of HR and the environment?
From the contamination of water bodies to the effects of climate change, the relationship between the protection of HR and environmental conservation is one of the most pressing issues in contemporary international law.
How complementary are economic, social and cultural rights (ESCR) and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) adopted by the United Nations (UN) in 2015? Which mechanisms exist to monitor their implementation? What is the role of UN human rights mechanisms in monitoring ESCR and the SDGs? Which lessons can be learned from the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) period?
The overall objective of the course is to equip participants with skills, knowledge and attitude necessary for effective and systematic monitoring and evaluation of development programs and projects.
The Georgia Tech Health and Humanitarian Logistics Professional Certificate Program is an executive education program designed for practitioners in non-governmental organizations (NGOs), government, industry, and the military who are active participants in humanitarian operations including disaster relief, long term development and public health operations.
Civilian peacebuilding plays a crucial role in efforts to transform violent conflicts, promote peace, rebuild war-torn societies and prevent the recurrence of violence. This postgraduate course provides a holistic understanding of civilian peacebuilding. It analyzes theories, concepts, debates, policies and practices in:
Learn about the design and implementation of effective and transformative dealing with the past processes.
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Making Mediation & Peace Processes Work: Peacemaking in Deeply Divided Societies and Challenging Contexts
Date and Location: 14th – 16th May, London
Type: Advanced Professional Training
OECD price: 800 pounds
Non-OECD price: 600 pounds
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