Administration and Coordination of Humanitarian Systems and Sustainable Transition Building

  • Course description

    This module introduces the students to the main approaches of interagency working and co-ordination in humanitarian aid. The course will address the role of professionals in supervision and evaluating outcomes in the context of humanitarian aid and disasters. The focus will be on how to create environment and networks, practices of resettlement, communication skills for safe sustainable transition. The students will be introduced to national and international legal frameworks of resettlement and the role of the UNHCR and other international and national institutions in this field.
    Also the students will develop knowledge about the challenging context of the social and administrative role of professionals. The focus will be on critical examinations of managing sustainable development and transition. The students will learn about referral and connections, integration of volunteers into the organization in context of humanitarian aid conflict and how following up. Working will be in relation to participatory approaches with refugees, ensuring that they have a voice throughout the intervention. This will be discussed in the context of local and in a globalized world vision of sustainable transitions.

Last updated: 24 August 2017

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