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INTRAC Influencing And Supporting Change In Complex Contexts - September 2015

Category: International Development

1 - 3 September 2014

Building on INTRAC's extensive experience of strengthening advocacy capacity and civil society voice at the national level, this course provides an opportunity for participants to build their knowledge and skills and reflect on the specific challenges of these approaches in complex political contexts, situations and environments. Recognising that there is no blueprint for change, this course combines the use of practical tools, relevant case studies and peer learning to build the knowledge, skills and confidence of participants.

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Location Details
Oxford, United Kingdom


INTRAC Advanced Monitoring And Evaluation Courses - September 2014; November 2014; And March 2015

Category: International Development

Course dates: 1-5 September 2014; 10-14 November 2014; 9-13 March 2015

This course builds on participants' understanding and skills of how to develop sustainable and cost effective monitoring and evaluation processes and practices within their own projects and organisations. It is also relevant for those trying to improve and enhance current M&E processes, or supporting partners to develop and implement effective M&E. The focus is on ensuring M&E contributes towards improving organisational learning and accountability.

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Location Details
Oxford, United Kingdom


Strengthening Policy And Practice: Meeting The Challenges Of Working In Complex Environments

Category: International Development

Dates: 19-24th October 2014
Course fee: £1100 (includes full board accommodation from the evening of 19th - afternoon of 24th October)

Course description
Strengthening Policy and Practice: meeting the challenges of working in complex environments is designed to draw on the experience and practice of participants, working in development, humanitarian aid or peacebuilding to influence internal policies and programmatic approaches. The course will identify how organisations can strive to balance their organisational mandate with the demands of working in complex and rapidly changing political contexts.
Course aims
The course will enable participants to contribute to developing constructive organisational and programmatic policies that will guide practical responses in the development, humanitarian and peacebuilding fields. It will draw on the experience of participants and tutors to examine the key issues that are emerging from field-based work.

Course objectives
Participants will:
? deepen their understanding of their work, from a conflict transformation perspective
? apply appropriate conflict analysis to their own organisational contexts
? explore the relationship between organisational policy and practice in situations of instability, conflict or violence
? examine issues relating to aid and conflict in order to develop conflict sensitive policies for their organisations
? consider the key policy and practice issues relating to the prevention of violent conflict and of building peace
? strengthen their competence to contribute pro-actively to the development of appropriate policies and best practices in their organisation/ institution for working in environments affected by conflict or violence

Suitable for
This course is for staff of international and national agencies and those with advisory and management responsibility for emergency, relief, development, and peacebuilding programmes. It is particularly relevant for those engaged in the planning and implementation of field-based programmes, and those concerned with developing policies for appropriate responses in complex political emergencies.

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Call us on: 0121 415 5641

Location Details
Birmingham, United Kingdom


Masters In International Child Protection Research

Category: International Development

Dates: starts September 2014
Duration: 15 months
Location: Edinburgh, UK

The challenges for those working within the field of child protection are immense. Yet organisations and professionals working across the UK and internationally can and do make a difference to children.

This new masters programme will increase your knowledge and understanding of the risk and protective factors, the prevalence and incidence, the theories and promising programmes and policies that exist to prevent and respond to child abuse and neglect.

By joining this MSc programme, you?ll be joining one of the world?s top 20 universities (QS World University Rankings 2013/14).

You will also be taught by members of the combined University of Edinburgh/NSPCC Child Protection Research Centre, giving you the opportunity to work with the UK?s leading charity specialising in child protection and the prevention of cruelty to children.

Who should study this programme?

This programme is aimed at those who want to work in commissioning, conducting or applying research; as well as those working (or aspiring) to shape policy and practice to address pressing issues in relation to children.

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Edinburgh, United Kingdom


KODE - Kimmage Open & Distance Education

Category: International Development

All KODE courses are specifically designed for busy development workers and are offered through a distance education model . Course are between five and ten weeks in duration. Participants can choose to receive course material via internet download or on CD. All participants are assigned a one-to-one tutor and also participate on our on-line discussion forum. In 2012, KODE students were based in 37 countries around the world.

Please see KODE website: www.kodeonline.com for course outlines, tutor profiles, feedback from recent participants, info on fees and application forms.

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Call us on: +353 14064 370

Location Details
Dublin, Ireland