Kalender

På denne siden finner du en samlet oversikt over kurs, konferanser, seminarer m.m. som arrangeres i Norge innenfor feltet nord-sør.

23.
september
2019
24.
september
2019
24.
september
2019
24.
september
2019

Forskningsdagene: Urfolk, miljøkrise og rettferdighet

Arrangør: Senter for Utvikling og Miljø (SUM)
25.
september
2019

Østlig fredsfilosofi fra Gandhi til i morgen

Arrangør: Bjørknes Høyskole
25.
september
2019
25.
september
2019
26.
september
2019
27.
september
2019

Myanmar: Living as Muslims in a Buddhist country

Arrangør: Senter for Utvikling og Miljø (SUM)
30.
september
2019
03.
oktober
2019

Degrowth: A conversation about a new sustainable economy

Arrangør: Senter for Utvikling og Miljø (SUM)
07.
oktober
2019

Humanitarian lunch Seminar: SYRIA

Arrangør: Norges Røde Kors m.fl.
08.
oktober
2019
10.
oktober
2019

A new era for the world's oldest monarchy?

Arrangør: Senter for Utvikling og Miljø (SUM)
11.
oktober
2019

Book Launch – The Holocaust and the Nakba

Arrangør: Bjørknes Høyskole
12.
oktober
2019
16.
oktober
2019

Training on Inclusive Education

Arrangør: The Atlas Alliance Inclusion Project Team
16.
oktober
2019

General training on disability inclusion in development and humanitarian work

Arrangør: The Atlas Alliance Inclusion Project Team
16.
oktober
2019
24.
oktober
2019

Social Media and Protest

Arrangør: PRIO
28.
oktober
2019

The One Health Concept - World Health Summit 2019

Arrangør: Centre for Global Health
31.
oktober
2019

OD-dagen

Arrangør: OD
02.
desember
2019
06.
desember
2019

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Kurs i Norge

Disability Inclusion Trainings in 2019

(The Atlas Alliance Inclusion Project Team, General training on disability inclusion in development and humanitarian work: 6 oktober, Training on Inclusive Education 23. oktober) Make your development work disability inclusive. There are about one billion people with disabilities in the world – 80% live in developing countries. People with disabilities experience discrimination and are often excluded from education, livelihood opportunities and their local community. The Sustainable Development Goals are the blueprint for achieving a better and more sustainable future for all. By 2030, no one should live in poverty or experience hunger, and everyone should have good health and a quality education. To achieve this, the world leaders have agreed to Leave no one behind and to reach those who are hardest to reach.

During the Global Disability Summit held last summer, the Norwegian government signed the Charter for Change. Together with governments from 44 other countries, they agreed to:
  • Eliminate stigma and discrimination through legislation and policies
  • Support inclusive quality education for people with disabilities
  • Open up routes to economic empowerment and financial inclusion so that persons with disabilities can enjoy decent work
  • Make all humanitarian action fully inclusive and accessible to persons with disabilities.

To help mainstream organizations better include people with disabilities in their development and/or humanitarian work, in 2019 the Atlas Alliance Inclusion Project Team will offer one-day trainings on disability inclusion in Oslo:

 

General training on disability inclusion in development and humanitarian work

8 May and 16 October

 

Training on Inclusive Education

 

16 May and 23 October

 

To attend the training on inclusive education, we recommend that you first attend the general training. Registration deadline is one week before each training.

We can also provide customized trainings for organizations that would like to have a training for at least 10 people.

The trainings will:

  • increase your knowledge of the situation of persons with disabilities globally, as well as knowledge of relevant policies and human rights instruments
  • identify and analyze barriers to the inclusion and participation of persons with disabilities
  • highlight the consequences of exclusion
  • increase your knowledge on how to create disability inclusive projects.

For more information and for booking a training, please contact Helene T. Strøm-Rasmussen: HTSR@nfunorge.org / 900 74 060

 
Start: 2019.10.16 09:00
Arrangør: The Atlas Alliance Inclusion Project Team

Kurs utenfor Norge

Managing the project cycle

(BOND 14. - 15, oktober)  Find out all you need to know about how to plan, run and manage an international development project, with a specific focus on the practical planning and implementation phases.

Community economic development (CED)

(NEF-Consulting 6. november)  A one-day workshop on developing economic development approaches that deliver community priorities.Community economic development (CED) is an approach to local economic development that is driven by a community’s social, environmental and economic priorities. It is shaped by those who live, work and run businesses and public services within that community.

Advanced Monitoring and Evaluation

(INTRAC 18. - 22. november) This course builds on participants’ understanding and skills of how to develop sustainable and cost effective monitoring and evaluation processes and practices within their own projects, programmes and organisations.

Project budgeting essentials

(BOND 2. desember) Using practical examples, learn how to plan, develop, monitor and report on a budget for funding proposals and projects, keep track of grants from multiple donors and monitor your cash flow.