NOHA Spring School in Humanitarian Action 2018 / Vilnius

Humanitarian Action today has to take into account political, cultural, legal and health dimensions. One more time, the NOHA Spring School will be conducted by university staff and field actors in order to provide professionals with a global approach.

The Spring School became a part of the network’s short-term courses programme and is annually organised by Vilnius University in partnership with another European university. This year, the Spring School will take place in Vilnius, Lithuania, and it is co-organised by the University of Warsaw. For both universities this will be also an occasion to celebrate the 10th anniversary of their membership with NOHA. The Spring School aims at training those who are involved in humanitarian action and feel the need to upgrade their basic knowledge and skills and more generally those who are willing to join the humanitarian sector.

Target audience: Civil servants, staff from local, international and civil society organisations, and more generally those who are involved in HA and feel the need to upgrade their basic knowledge and skills.
Language: English
Number of participants: 20-25
Draft programme is available here.

Practical information

Admission is granted on the basis of the past education and/or experience in the field. Motivation to get involved in humanitarian action might also be relevant. Candidates should fill in the registration form until 19 February 2018. Upon registration candidates should also upload their CV.
Notification of acceptance by 22 February 2018 (waitlisted candidates will be notified by 9 March 2018).

Fee: 400 EUR (covers accommodation and daily lunch). Scholarships (partial reduction of the fee) is available upon motivated request, which must be submitted upon registration in the section where indication of the relevance of the course is requested. Free-of-charge positions are available for ECHO staff members.
Payment deadline: 1 March 2018 (waitlisted candidates must pay the fee by 16 March 2018).
Cancellations: fee will be fully reimbursed for valid reasons if requested until 1 April 2018, 50% cancellation fee will be retained from 2 April until 1 May 2018.

Certificates and diplomas
Admitted students are expected to participate in the programme by attending lectures and practical assignment. Students will be awarded with certificates, subject to 80% of attendance.

Project coordinators
Renata Vaišvilienė, Lina Urbaitė (Vilnius University),
Dr Elżbieta Mikos-Skuza (University of Warsaw),

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