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    Country: Jordan
    Organization: Refugee Studies Centre
    Registration deadline: 27 Feb 2017
    Starting date: 10 Mar 2017
    Ending date: 11 Mar 2017

    This two-day short course places the Palestinian refugee case study within the broader context of the international human rights regime. It examines, within a human rights framework, the policies and practices of Middle Eastern states as they impinge upon Palestinian refugees. Through a mix of lectures, working group exercises and interactive sessions, participants engage actively and critically with the contemporary debates in international law and analyse the specific context of Palestinian refugees in the Middle East (Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, the West Bank, Gaza and Israel).

    The short course commences with the background of the Palestinian refugee crisis, with special attention to the socio- political historical context and legal status of Palestinian refugees in the region. This is followed by a careful examination of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights including its philosophical underpinnings and ensuing human rights instruments in international law. The key themes, which have taken centre stage in the debate on the Palestinian refugee crisis, are statelessness, right of return, repatriation, self-determination, restitution compensation and protection. These themes are critically examined along with current discussions about the respective roles of UNRWA, UNHCR and the UNCCP in the Palestinian refugee case.

    This course is suitable for: experienced practitioners; graduate researcher; parliamentarians and staff; members of the legal profession; government officials; and personnel of inter-governmental and non-governmental organisations.

    INSTRUCTORS:

    Dawn Chatty, Emeritus Professor of Anthropology and Forced Migration, RSC

    Susan M Akram, Clinical Professor, Boston University School of Law

    Maximum 27 spaces.


    How to register:

    Apply online at http://www.rsc.ox.ac.uk/palestine

    For all enquiries, please contact Susanna Power at rsc-outreach@qeh.ox.ac.uk or tel. +44 (0)1865 281728


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    Country: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
    Organization: Refugee Studies Centre
    Registration deadline: 28 Apr 2017
    Starting date: 02 Jul 2017
    Ending date: 14 Jul 2017

    The International Summer School in Forced Migration offers an intensive, interdisciplinary and participative approach to the study of forced migration. It aims to enable people working with refugees and other forced migrants to reflect critically on the forces and institutions that dominate the world of the displaced. Now in its 28th year, the two-week intensive course combines the very best of Oxford University’s academic excellence with a stimulating and participatory method of critical learning and reflection.

    It is principally designed for policymakers and practitioners working on refugee protection and related issues, normally with several (usually at least five) years of work experience. Participants typically include staff of the main refugee, migration and humanitarian international organisations; staff from refugee, human rights and humanitarian NGOs; and government officials working on refugee protection and related issues. We are particularly keen to include those from a refugee background who work for refugee advocacy and community groups.

    Participants also include scholars and researchers working directly on refugee and forced migration issues; practicing lawyers and advocates working on refugee and human rights law pertaining to forced migrants; journalists, commentators and activists working on refugee protection and the human rights of forced migrants.

    Deadlines:

    Closing date for bursary applications: 1 February 2017 (see website for details)

    Closing date for all other applications: 28 April 2017*

    * Apply and register payment by 31 March to qualify for the early-bird discount.


    How to register:

    Apply here: https://www.rsc.ox.ac.uk/study/international-summer-school/apply


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    Country: Australia
    Organization: RedR Australia
    Registration deadline: 18 Apr 2017
    Starting date: 19 Apr 2017
    Ending date: 24 Apr 2017

    For anyone currently working in or entering the humanitarian sector, RedR Australia's Essentials of Humanitarian Practice (EHP) course provides important foundation humanitarian training. Introducing the characteristics of natural disasters and conflict-induced emergencies and the requirements for an effective humanitarian response, this course provides participants with an understanding of the complexity of the international relief system and the legal framework for humanitarian assistance. Highlighting some of the dilemmas faced by humanitarians and aid workers, this humanitarian training course gives attendees an opportunity to practice the team skills required to work effectively in the field.

    This hands-on course features a number of group exercises and discussions, including a major team exercise simulating planning for a refugee influx. While the program is intensive, opportunities for informal discussion are built into the course. Essentials of Humanitarian Practice is internationally recognised and attended by participants from major relief organisations.

    Price includes food and accommodation for the duration of the course.


    How to register:

    http://www.redr.org.au/training/humanitarian-training/application-form#

    Or contact Gemma Gray, Programme Officer via email: training@redr.org.au or phone: +61 3 8341 2622 for more information.


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    Country: Australia
    Organization: RedR Australia
    Registration deadline: 05 Sep 2017
    Starting date: 06 Sep 2017
    Ending date: 11 Sep 2017

    For anyone currently working in or entering the humanitarian sector, RedR Australia's Essentials of Humanitarian Practice (EHP) course provides important foundation humanitarian training. Introducing the characteristics of natural disasters and conflict-induced emergencies and the requirements for an effective humanitarian response, this course provides participants with an understanding of the complexity of the international relief system and the legal framework for humanitarian assistance. Highlighting some of the dilemmas faced by humanitarians and aid workers, this humanitarian training course gives attendees an opportunity to practice the team skills required to work effectively in the field.

    This hands-on course features a number of group exercises and discussions, including a major team exercise simulating planning for a refugee influx. While the program is intensive, opportunities for informal discussion are built into the course. Essentials of Humanitarian Practice is internationally recognised and attended by participants from major relief organisations.

    Price includes food and accommodation for the duration of the course.


    How to register:

    http://www.redr.org.au/training/humanitarian-training/application-form#

    Or contact Gemma Gray, Programme Officer via email: training@redr.org.au or phone: +61 3 8341 2622 for more information.


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    Country: Australia
    Organization: RedR Australia
    Registration deadline: 07 Nov 2017
    Starting date: 08 Nov 2017
    Ending date: 13 Nov 2017

    For anyone currently working in or entering the humanitarian sector, RedR Australia's Essentials of Humanitarian Practice (EHP) course provides important foundation humanitarian training. Introducing the characteristics of natural disasters and conflict-induced emergencies and the requirements for an effective humanitarian response, this course provides participants with an understanding of the complexity of the international relief system and the legal framework for humanitarian assistance. Highlighting some of the dilemmas faced by humanitarians and aid workers, this humanitarian training course gives attendees an opportunity to practice the team skills required to work effectively in the field.

    This hands-on course features a number of group exercises and discussions, including a major team exercise simulating planning for a refugee influx. While the program is intensive, opportunities for informal discussion are built into the course. Essentials of Humanitarian Practice is internationally recognised and attended by participants from major relief organisations.

    Price includes food and accommodation for the duration of the course.


    How to register:

    http://www.redr.org.au/training/humanitarian-training/application-form#

    Or contact Gemma Gray, Programme Officer via email: training@redr.org.au or phone: +61 3 8341 2622 for more information.


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    Country: Australia
    Organization: RedR Australia
    Registration deadline: 26 Apr 2017
    Starting date: 27 Apr 2017
    Ending date: 30 Apr 2017

    Increasingly, humanitarian workers are exposed to insecure environments due to lawlessness, political instability and armed conflict. RedR Australia's Personal Safety, Security and Communications humanitarian training course introduces a recognised approach to managing personal safety, communications and navigation in the field, as well as an overview of individual and team risk management in complex emergency environments.

    The Personal Safety, Security and Communications course is designed for people from all professional backgrounds and disciplines, and is open to all RedR Australia Roster members, individuals seeking to work or volunteer in the sector and aid agency staff wanting to learn about personal and team security issues. More experienced humanitarians and aid agency staff will also benefit from this training, as it provides a unique opportunity to enhance their skills, gain fresh insights and share practical experiences with others.

    Price includes food and accommodation for the duration of the course.

    For more information please visit http://www.redr.org.au/training/humanitarian-training/training-courses/personal-safety-security-and-communications#


    How to register:

    http://www.redr.org.au/training/humanitarian-training/application-form#

    or Contact Gemma Gray, Programme Officer via email: training@redr.org.au or phone: +61 3 8341 2622.


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    Country: Australia
    Organization: RedR Australia
    Registration deadline: 13 Sep 2017
    Starting date: 14 Sep 2017
    Ending date: 17 Sep 2017

    Increasingly, humanitarian workers are exposed to insecure environments due to lawlessness, political instability and armed conflict. RedR Australia's Personal Safety, Security and Communications humanitarian training course introduces a recognised approach to managing personal safety, communications and navigation in the field, as well as an overview of individual and team risk management in complex emergency environments.

    The Personal Safety, Security and Communications course is designed for people from all professional backgrounds and disciplines, and is open to all RedR Australia Roster members, individuals seeking to work or volunteer in the sector and aid agency staff wanting to learn about personal and team security issues. More experienced humanitarians and aid agency staff will also benefit from this training, as it provides a unique opportunity to enhance their skills, gain fresh insights and share practical experiences with others.

    Price includes food and accommodation for the duration of the course.

    For more information please visit http://www.redr.org.au/training/humanitarian-training/training-courses/personal-safety-security-and-communications#


    How to register:

    http://www.redr.org.au/training/humanitarian-training/application-form#

    or Contact Gemma Gray, Programme Officer via email: training@redr.org.au or phone: +61 3 8341 2622.


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    Country: Australia
    Organization: RedR Australia
    Registration deadline: 15 Nov 2017
    Starting date: 16 Nov 2017
    Ending date: 19 Nov 2017

    Increasingly, humanitarian workers are exposed to insecure environments due to lawlessness, political instability and armed conflict. RedR Australia's Personal Safety, Security and Communications humanitarian training course introduces a recognised approach to managing personal safety, communications and navigation in the field, as well as an overview of individual and team risk management in complex emergency environments.

    The Personal Safety, Security and Communications course is designed for people from all professional backgrounds and disciplines, and is open to all RedR Australia Roster members, individuals seeking to work or volunteer in the sector and aid agency staff wanting to learn about personal and team security issues. More experienced humanitarians and aid agency staff will also benefit from this training, as it provides a unique opportunity to enhance their skills, gain fresh insights and share practical experiences with others.

    Price includes food and accommodation for the duration of the course.

    For more information please visit http://www.redr.org.au/training/humanitarian-training/training-courses/personal-safety-security-and-communications#


    How to register:

    http://www.redr.org.au/training/humanitarian-training/application-form#

    or Contact Gemma Gray, Programme Officer via email: training@redr.org.au or phone: +61 3 8341 2622.


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    Country: Australia
    Organization: RedR Australia
    Registration deadline: 20 Oct 2017
    Starting date: 23 Oct 2017
    Ending date: 28 Oct 2017

    This five-day intensive and highly practical course provides an overview of logistics in humanitarian emergency operations. The course equips and refreshes individuals with the background and knowledge to apply logistics skills through a combination of on-site visits, exercises and scenarios.

    This course is an introduction to humanitarian logistics and is therefore suited to a wide audience. Experienced logisticians will benefit from the broader application of logistics to natural disasters, conflict and refugee situations, building a knowledge bridge for deployment to humanitarian operations. It is also ideal for anyone involved or interested in working or volunteering in the humanitarian field to gain an understanding of this critical area of humanitarian work. Training local emergency response workers in humanitarian logistics is an effective disaster preparedness strategy.

    Price includes food and accommodation for the duration of the course.


    How to register:

    http://www.redr.org.au/training/humanitarian-training/application-form#

    or Contact Gemma Gray, Programme Officer via email: training@redr.org.au or phone: +61 3 8341 2622.


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    Country: Australia
    Organization: RedR Australia
    Registration deadline: 14 Jun 2017
    Starting date: 15 Jun 2017
    Ending date: 18 Jun 2017

    All aid workers need to be effective negotiators. People’s lives can depend on it. Are you equipped to negotiate with potentially volatile non-state actors? How would you reach a mutually beneficial outcome with government officials or overcome resistance to your project? We’ll prepare you for these and other practical scenarios often encountered in humanitarian contexts.

    The Negotiation for Humanitarian Responders (NHR) course aims to support the humanitarian sector’s efforts to apply a deeper level of analytical and strategic thinking to humanitarian negotiations. The course will help you advocate for, and within, your organisation.

    Whether it’s negotiating to get your relief items on to a military plane for distribution, with government officials to accommodate Sphere Standards, with armed combatants to allow the passage of aid or with a local village chief to ensure women from disaster-affected communities get their voices heard, working in the humanitarian sector involves a never ending series of negotiations.

    Designed and delivered by humanitarian experts (with frontline negotiating experience) from Australian Red Cross and international emergency response agency RedR Australia, this course will equip you with tools to improve your negotiation skills.

    Price includes food and accommodation for the duration of the course.


    How to register:

    http://www.redr.org.au/training/humanitarian-training/application-form#

    or Contact Gemma Gray, Programme Officer via email: training@redr.org.au or phone: +61 3 8341 2622.


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    Country: Australia
    Organization: RedR Australia
    Registration deadline: 06 Oct 2017
    Starting date: 07 Oct 2017
    Ending date: 13 Oct 2017

    In any humanitarian crisis, communities need access to safe drinking water, adequate sanitation and hygiene. Effective intervention can reduce the spread of disease, alleviate suffering and ultimately save lives. When local emergency response workers understand how to apply basic Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) strategies, more lives can be saved.

    The purpose of this course is to introduce participants to the concepts of public health engineering and environmental health in emergencies, standard equipment used in the field and the basics of WASH cluster coordination.

    Price includes food and accommodation for the duration of the course.


    How to register:

    http://www.redr.org.au/training/humanitarian-training/application-form#

    or Contact Gemma Gray, Programme Officer via email: training@redr.org.au or phone: +61 3 8341 2622.


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    Country: Jordan
    Organization: Refugee Studies Centre
    Registration deadline: 02 Mar 2018
    Starting date: 02 Mar 2018
    Ending date: 03 Mar 2018

    About the course

    This two-day short course places the Palestinian refugee case study within the broader context of the international human rights regime. It examines, within a human rights framework, the policies and practices of Middle Eastern states as they impinge upon Palestinian refugees. Through a mix of lectures, working group exercises and interactive sessions, participants engage actively and critically with the contemporary debates in international law and analyse the specific context of Palestinian refugees in the Middle East (Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, the West Bank, Gaza and Israel).

    The short course commences with the background of the Palestinian refugee crisis, with special attention to the socio- political historical context and legal status of Palestinian refugees in the region. This is followed by a careful examination of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights including its philosophical underpinnings and ensuing human rights instruments in international law. The key themes, which have taken centre stage in the debate on the Palestinian refugee crisis, are statelessness, right of return, repatriation, self-determination, restitution compensation and protection. These themes are critically examined along with current discussions about the respective roles of UNRWA, UNHCR and the UNCCP in the Palestinian refugee case.

    This course is suitable for: experienced practitioners; graduate researchers; parliamentarians and staff; members of the legal profession; government officials; and personnel of inter-governmental and non-governmental organisations.

    Instructors

    Dawn Chatty, Emeritus Professor of Anthropology and Forced Migration; former Director, RSC

    Professor Dawn Chatty is a social anthropologist and has conducted extensive research among Palestinian and other forced migrants in the Middle East. Some of her recent works include Children of Palestine: Experiencing Forced Migration in the Middle East (ed. with Gillian Lewando-Hundt), Berghahn Press, 2005, and Dispossession and Displacement in the Modern Middle East, Cambridge University Press, 2010.

    Susan M Akram, Clinical Professor, Boston University School of Law

    Professor Susan M. Akram teaches immigration law, comparative refugee law, and international human rights law at Boston University. She is a graduate of Georgetown University Law Center, Washington DC (JD), and the Institut International des Droits de l‘Homme, Strasbourg (Diploma in international human rights). She is a past Fulbright Senior Scholar in Palestine, teaching at Al-Quds University/Palestine School of Law in East Jerusalem.


    How to register:

    Apply via the our website:https://www.rsc.ox.ac.uk/study/short-courses/palestine-refugees

    Maximum 27 spaces

    *Instructions for payment of course fee will be sent with your offer of place. Your place will be confirmed once payment has been received. Offers are made on a first-come-first-served basis to suitably qualified and experienced applicants. Maximum 27 spaces, with 3 partial funded places available for doctoral students or local NGO staff.*

    If you experience any problems submitting the form, please contact us on rsc-outreach@qeh.ox.ac.uk. If you have submitted the online form but not heard from us within 7 days, please contact us.

    NB: Following major changes to CPD requirements by the Solicitor’s Regulation Authority (SRA), this course is no longer be recognised as accredited CPD training. However, you may wish to take the course under the SRA’s new ‘continuing competence’ approach.

    For all enquiries, please contact:

    Susanna Power*: rsc-outreach@qeh.ox.ac.uk*

    Refugee Studies Centre
    Oxford Department of International Development
    University of Oxford
    3 Mansfield Road, OX1 3TB, UK


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    Country: Australia
    Organization: RedR Australia
    Registration deadline: 14 Feb 2018
    Starting date: 14 Feb 2018
    Ending date: 18 Feb 2018

    Humanitarian workers are increasingly exposed to challenging, insecure, remote or hostile environments due to lawlessness, political instability and armed conflict, so there is a compelling need for them to be adequately prepared for any dangers they may encounter. Sexual harassment, interactions with aggressive armed combatants, day light robbery and traffic accidents are realistic threats for humanitarians and aid workers. All field workers should be adequately prepared for these events and be proficient in establishing and maintaining telecommunications, whether working in a safe or hostile situation. Conscious of the varying needs within the sector, RedR Australia seeks to address the concerns of a range of organisations and individuals and their insurance providers. These include relief, development, research and advocacy organizations, operational agencies and agencies that are not directly operational but provide support to community based organisations and locally based NGOs.

    RedR Australia's HEAT course includes integrated Tactical Casualty Emergency Care (TECC) training by Real Response. Real Response will cover the theory and practical emergency medical training management of ballistic, penetrating and blast injuries as well as a range of airway management, triage, bandaging and self-care skills. Commercial and improvised bandaging and application of tourniquets will be taught, to ensure students leave with the ability to apply these lifesaving interventions in nearly any environment with limited resources.

    Participants will receive a TECC Level 1 certificate issued through Real Response. The course content is recognised through Committee for Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (C-TECC).


    How to register:

    https://www.redr.org.au/training/humanitarian-training/registration-information/


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    Country: Australia
    Organization: RedR Australia
    Registration deadline: 20 Feb 2018
    Starting date: 21 Feb 2018
    Ending date: 23 Feb 2018

    The number of people affected by humanitarian crises globally has almost doubled over the past decade. Increasing emergencies brings a growing demand for humanitarians with expertise in child protection in emergencies (CPiE) and, by delivering this training, we aim to increase the pool of experts available to deploy in this sector.

    This course is an ideal choice for humanitarian practitioners and those entering the sector that have an interest and commitment to child protection, and want to increase their knowledge of how children can be affected in emergency settings. The course will broaden participants’ understanding of child protection within the broader humanitarian system, and equip them with CPiE tools and strategies to apply in the field.

    This intermediate-level course is ideal for people already involved or likely to be involved in child protection in emergencies programming, as a coordinator, practitioner and/or decision maker. It is expected that participants will already have a sound understanding of general child protection issues and an awareness of the risk factors that increase children's vulnerability in emergencies.


    How to register:

    https://www.redr.org.au/training/humanitarian-training/registration-information/


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    Country: Australia
    Organization: RedR Australia
    Registration deadline: 06 Mar 2018
    Starting date: 07 Mar 2018
    Ending date: 09 Mar 2018

    All aid workers need to be effective negotiators. People’s lives can depend on it. Are you equipped to negotiate with potentially volatile non-state actors? Do you have effective strategies you can employ to overcome resistance to a project or to negotiate with government officials? Our experienced facilitators will prepare you for these and other practical scenarios often encountered in humanitarian contexts.

    Negotiation for Humanitarian Responders is a three day training course that will improve your effectiveness in the field. The course aims to provide participants with the skills to advocate for the most vulnerable, mobilise support when you need it and influence the powerful.

    Designed and delivered by humanitarian experts (with frontline negotiating experience) from RedR Australia this course will equip you with tools to improve your negotiation skills.


    How to register:

    https://www.redr.org.au/training/humanitarian-training/registration-information/


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    Country: Australia
    Organization: RedR Australia
    Registration deadline: 06 Feb 2018
    Starting date: 07 Feb 2018
    Ending date: 12 Feb 2018

    The Essentials of Humanitarian Practice provides foundation knowledge for working within the modern humanitarian system and for responding to an international crisis that involves a global response. This course provides participants with an understanding of the complexity of the international relief system and the legal framework for humanitarian assistance. We introduce the characteristics of natural disasters and conflict-induced emergencies and the requirements for an effective humanitarian response, highlighting some of the dilemmas faced by humanitarians and aid workers. Participants will learn about the various United Nations agencies that respond to disasters and the roles these agencies play in coordinating responses for various sectors such as health, water and sanitation and logistics. They will discover how international non-government organisations work with these agencies to share information and data and to avoid duplication and ensure humanitarian aid reaches those who need it and doesn't cause harm. Attendees are given an opportunity to put the knowledge gained into practice and to explore the team skills required to work effectively in the field.


    How to register:

    https://www.redr.org.au/training/humanitarian-training/registration-information/


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    Country: Australia
    Organization: RedR Australia
    Registration deadline: 17 Apr 2018
    Starting date: 18 Apr 2018
    Ending date: 23 Apr 2018

    The Essentials of Humanitarian Practice provides foundation knowledge for working within the modern humanitarian system and for responding to an international crisis that involves a global response. This course provides participants with an understanding of the complexity of the international relief system and the legal framework for humanitarian assistance. We introduce the characteristics of natural disasters and conflict-induced emergencies and the requirements for an effective humanitarian response, highlighting some of the dilemmas faced by humanitarians and aid workers. Participants will learn about the various United Nations agencies that respond to disasters and the roles these agencies play in coordinating responses for various sectors such as health, water and sanitation and logistics. They will discover how international non-government organisations work with these agencies to share information and data and to avoid duplication and ensure humanitarian aid reaches those who need it and doesn't cause harm. Attendees are given an opportunity to put the knowledge gained into practice and to explore the team skills required to work effectively in the field.


    How to register:

    https://www.redr.org.au/training/humanitarian-training/registration-information/


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    Country: Australia
    Organization: RedR Australia
    Registration deadline: 04 Sep 2018
    Starting date: 05 Sep 2018
    Ending date: 10 Sep 2018

    The Essentials of Humanitarian Practice provides foundation knowledge for working within the modern humanitarian system and for responding to an international crisis that involves a global response. This course provides participants with an understanding of the complexity of the international relief system and the legal framework for humanitarian assistance. We introduce the characteristics of natural disasters and conflict-induced emergencies and the requirements for an effective humanitarian response, highlighting some of the dilemmas faced by humanitarians and aid workers. Participants will learn about the various United Nations agencies that respond to disasters and the roles these agencies play in coordinating responses for various sectors such as health, water and sanitation and logistics. They will discover how international non-government organisations work with these agencies to share information and data and to avoid duplication and ensure humanitarian aid reaches those who need it and doesn't cause harm. Attendees are given an opportunity to put the knowledge gained into practice and to explore the team skills required to work effectively in the field.


    How to register:

    https://www.redr.org.au/training/humanitarian-training/registration-information/


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    Country: Australia
    Organization: RedR Australia
    Registration deadline: 06 Nov 2018
    Starting date: 07 Nov 2018
    Ending date: 12 Nov 2018

    The Essentials of Humanitarian Practice provides foundation knowledge for working within the modern humanitarian system and for responding to an international crisis that involves a global response. This course provides participants with an understanding of the complexity of the international relief system and the legal framework for humanitarian assistance. We introduce the characteristics of natural disasters and conflict-induced emergencies and the requirements for an effective humanitarian response, highlighting some of the dilemmas faced by humanitarians and aid workers. Participants will learn about the various United Nations agencies that respond to disasters and the roles these agencies play in coordinating responses for various sectors such as health, water and sanitation and logistics. They will discover how international non-government organisations work with these agencies to share information and data and to avoid duplication and ensure humanitarian aid reaches those who need it and doesn't cause harm. Attendees are given an opportunity to put the knowledge gained into practice and to explore the team skills required to work effectively in the field.


    How to register:

    https://www.redr.org.au/training/humanitarian-training/registration-information/


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    Country: Australia
    Organization: RedR Australia
    Registration deadline: 20 Oct 2018
    Starting date: 21 Oct 2018
    Ending date: 26 Oct 2018

    Logistics is at the heart of all emergency operations. It encompasses the movement of goods and equipment, the relocation of disaster-affected people, transfer of casualties and the movement of aid and relief workers and volunteers. Approximately 60 - 70% of funding in each emergency is spent on logistics, highlighting the need for effective and efficient systems. Providing humanitarian logistics training to local emergency response workers is an effective part of disaster preparedness planning. If you are looking to build a career in the humanitarian sector, logistics is an in-demand skill.


    How to register:

    https://www.redr.org.au/training/humanitarian-training/registration-information/


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