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  • Korrupsjon ødelegger – hvordan kan det stoppes?

    Digni og Wycliffe lanserer antikorrupsjonskurs den 10. februar fra 09:00-13:30.

    Antikorrupsjonsarbeid er høyt på dagsorden, samtidig som det er få konkrete verktøy for å skape engasjement rundt arbeidet. Digni og Wycliffe har i samarbeid utviklet et enkelt, gratis og grasrotbasert antikorrupsjonskurs. Kurset er utviklet for at:

    •          Alle kan delta uavhengig av forkunnskap. Kurset unngår å bruke kompliserte ord, og forklarer viktige faguttrykk.
    •          Man kan holde kurset selv. Det er ikke nødvendig å leie inn en person for å holde kurset, men hele kursmaterialet kan lastes ned fra digni.no.
    •          Helt gratis, og vil bli tilgjengelig på både engelsk, fransk og spansk.

     

    Kurset lanseres i ny utgave den 10. februar, som en fagdag om antikorrupsjon:

    •          Tid: 10. Februar 2016 fra 9:00 til 13:30
    •          Sted: Bernhard Getz’ gate 3, Oslo, i Bibelselskapet sine lokaler.
    •          Påmelding på http://digni.no/nb/korrupsjon-odelegger-hvordan-kan-det-stoppes/
    •          Det vil bli servert lunch.
    •          Merk at lanseringen holdes på engelsk.

     

    Påmelding og ytterligere informasjon på http://digni.no/nb/korrupsjon-odelegger-hvordan-kan-det-stoppes/

  • Good Governance and Fighting Corruption

    2.-3. mars 2016. This is a new and innovative training course concept developed in co-operation with ICNC (International Center on Nonviolent Conflict, ICNC) in Washington, DC. It is based on research and practice with people at the grassroots who are developing strategies, tactics, and campaigns to fight corruption and promote good governance.

    Traditionally,  much of the attention has been top-down initiatives to achieve good governance and fight corruption, with a focus on legislation and institutional mechanisms at the international, regional and national levels. Grassroots approaches have been seriously overlooked and under-valued. This is changing, as grassroots movements and people power are proving to be an effective alternative as well as complementary to such top-down approaches.  The course will provide empirical evidence and case studies of how and why nonviolent movements and grassroots mobilization are successful at achieving systems that are transparent and provide good governance. We will also spend a lot of time reflecting on the relevance of this knowledge to Norwegian development organizations and their partners in the South.  Finally, we will agree upon action points for follow up to the training course related to how participants can apply their new knowledge and perspectives in their work and support their partners. Participants will joining a growing network of like-minded civil society staff, including access to additional learning and training opportunities.

     

    Katherine Hughes-Fraitekh, Associate Director Field Initiatives at ICNC, will be co-trainer at this event, which will be held in English.

    Sted: Møllergt.12
    Påmelding innen: 22.02
    Pris: Kr. 3.400

    Påmelding til: trond.botnen@hushmail.com

    MER INFORMASJON HER

  • Monitorering & evaluering

    6.-7. april 2016. Dette kurset bygger også på tidligere kurs holdt av Bistandstorget og fokuserer på hvordan man kan sette indikatorer og resultatmåling inn i et system for monitorering og evaluering for å sikre at data blir nyttiggjort til prosjektstyring og rapportering.

    Innledningsvis blir det en kort repetisjon av resultatstyring og indikatorer. Hovedfokuset vil deretter være på hvordan utvikle systemer for monitorering som er helhetlige men ikke så omfattende at de ikke lar seg følge opp i praksis. Forholdet mellom den norske organisasjonen og sør-partnere vil være sentralt fordi det som regel vil være sør-partnere som er ansvarlige for datainnsamling og analyse. Evalueringsdelen av kurset vil introdusere såkalt «Utility-Based Evaluation» som en modell som sikrere at evalueringer blir nyttige for oss og sør-partner og ikke bare en pliktøvelse overfor donor. Fokuset ser på å planlegge evaluering, skrive Terms of Reference, oppfølging av evaluator og etterbruk av evaluering, ikke på selv å gjennomføre evalueringen.

    Sted: Møllergt.12
    Påmelding innen: 29.03
    Pris: Kr. 3.400

    Påmelding til: trond.botnen@hushmail.com

    MER INFORMASJON HER

     

  • INTRAC’s training courses 2016

    INTRAC’s face to face training courses are three and five day courses delivered in Oxford, UK. If you can’t attend one of our courses in Oxford, our online courses are a cost effective and engaging alternative.

    INTRAC’s face to face training courses are three and five day courses delivered in Oxford, UK. With participants from a range of countries and different organisations, this offers an excellent opportunity to build on skills and knowledge, whilst sharing experiences and networking with other professionals in the sector.

    Facilitating Anywhere: 12 January (online) followed by 19-21 January 2016

    Advanced Monitoring and Evaluation: 1-5 February 2016

    Advocacy and Policy Influencing: 8-12 February 2016

    Forthcoming online training courses:

    If you can’t attend one of our courses in Oxford, our online courses are a cost effective and engaging alternative, which combines webinar technology, self-directed learning and a coaching session with the trainer.

    Foundation Monitoring and Evaluation: January – March 2016

    Advocacy and Policy Influencing: February – April 2016

     

    For more information on the training courses we run, please see our website:

    http://intrac.org/pages/en/training.html.

  • How change happens: demonstrating the impact of your advocacy

    19.1.-20.1.2016: Bond, UK, London

    This course will support experienced campaigns and advocacy specialists to improve the strategic clarity and effectiveness of their work.

    It provides an opportunity to learn new approaches, share experience and reflect on the role campaigns and advocacy play in how change happens. You will learn how to develop a theory of change and how to integrate effective monitoring and evaluation as part of strategy development and planning. 

    MORE INFORMATION HERE

  • Monitoring and Evaluation (Blended Learning) - January - March 2016

    25.1.-15.3.2016: INTRAC, UK, Web-based

    This course is a foundation level for those who are new to M&E. Consultants working within the sector who have little or no M&E experience often attend these courses as do those managing staff responsible for M&E.

    This course is a foundation level for those who are new to M&E. Consultants working within the sector who have little or no M&E experience often attend these courses as do those managing staff responsible for M&E. - See more at: http://www.intrac.org/events.php?action=event&id=636#sthash.6x8wLpig.dpufThis course is a foundation level for those who are new to M&E. Consultants working within the sector who have little or no M&E experience often attend these courses as do those managing staff responsible for M&E. - See more at: http://www.intrac.org/events.php?action=event&id=636#sthash.6x8wLpig.dpuf
    This course is a foundation level for those who are new to M&E. Consultants working within the sector who have little or no M&E experience often attend these courses as do those managing staff responsible for M&E. - See more at: http://www.intrac.org/events.php?action=event&id=636#sthash.6x8wLpig.dpuf
    This course is a foundation level for those who are new to M&E. Consultants working within the sector who have little or no M&E experience often attend these courses as do those managing staff responsible for M&E. - See more at: http://www.intrac.org/events.php?action=event&id=636#sthash.6x8wLpig.dpuf

    If you have some experience of M&E, the advanced Open Training course may be more appropriate for you. It will be suitable to those based both in the UK and overseas.

    MORE INFORMATION HERE

  • Managing the project cycle

    3.2.-4.3.2016: Bond, UK, London

    This course is suitable for people who work on projects and programmes and want to understand the essentials of project management, and for those seeking to increase their project management efficiency.

    What you will learn

    • The stages of the project cycle
    • Project management terms: dependencies and elapsed time
    • Tools and techniques: work plans, critical path analysis, Gantt charts
    • How to manage risks
    • Procurement and supply issues
    • How to keep track of time, money and quality
    • How to manage information and communication

    MORE INFORMATION HERE

  • Public Private Partnerships for Development Cross Sector Collaboration

    22.2.-26.3.2016: IMA-International, UK, Brussels

    This course is for those involved with, or planning to develop partnerships or collaboration among governments, INGOs and the private sector. This course will help you understand different forms of partnerships created to promote positive change in education, health and global supply chains.
    The course offers the opportunity to work with professionals in the development sector, to share experience and polish practical skills.

    You learn how to scope and build partnerships through to managing and evaluating progress as well as impact. This interactive course provides you with an understanding of the critical issues in the formation and management of partnerships. You apply your learning through case studies, exercises and roleplays which help to build your practical skills.

    MORE INFORMATION HERE