Executive short courses (ESC) in communications, advocacy and negotiation
CERAH’s Executive Short Courses are one-week, intensive, and focus on specific issues relevant to humanitarian practitioners.
These highly interactive courses allow participants to analyze a range of issues of high importance to contemporary humanitarianism. They are led by senior academics and experienced humanitarian professionals, who guide students to develop their analytic skills and acquire practical tools.
1-WEEK executive Short Courses - 2 ECTS credits
Participatory Approaches with Crisis-Affected Communities
27 April - 1 May, 2020
This executive short course focuses on the understanding of the opportunities, challenges and limits of dialogue with communities to build constructive relationships; studying theories, case studies and practical implementation.
This executive short course helps develop strategic skills to better analyse specific contexts, map stakeholders, and design effective advocacy strategies in support of operational humanitarian projects.
11-15 May 2020
This executive short course provides participants with a better understanding of traditional and social media and the use of media relations in humanitarian settings.
Negotiation in Humanitarian Crises
25-29 May, 2020
This executive short course is a full time training which focuses on the design of adapted negotiation strategies, as well as the development of participant’s self-awareness, using real case studies brought by participants.
Advocacy for Humanitarian Projects in Health
New dates for 2021 to be announced
This executive short course focuses on the tools and skills necessary to develop effective advocacy strategies for humanitarian interventions in the health area.