Tuesday 04 December 2018, 12:00 - 13:00

Make development work in fragile contexts

Programme Overview Webinar

Are you working in an increasingly complex environment marked by conflicts and fragility?

Join us for an online presentation of the Executive Programme in Conflict and Fragility Management and ask your questions to Dr Alexandre Dormeier Freire, Programme Director, and Dr Oliver Jütersonke, Head of Research of the Graduate Institute's Centre on Conflict, Development and Peacebuilding.


Register Here

4 December 2018, 12:00 (UTC+1) avec Zoom

Experience a unique programme, designed around 3 modules:
► MODULE 1 in our regional hub in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan ► MODULE 2 at your place of work with e-learning ► MODULE 3 in international Geneva, and conduct a job-related thesis to enhance your organisation's effectiveness.

By joining the programme, you will:

✓ Acquire skills for a systematic consideration of the context

✓ Be able to undertake day-to-day activities in fragile and rapidly changing environments

✓ Improve your ability to conduct strategic analysis

✓ Strenghten your communication skills to effectively influence debates and discussions


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Alexandre Dormeier Freire

Programme Director

Aexandre is Senior lecturer at the Graduate Institute and Director of both Executive Programme in Development Policies and Practices (DPP) and Executive Programme in Conflict and Fragility Management. As a sociologist of education, he conducted most of his fieldwork research in emerging countries such as Vietnam and Indonesia. His recent research work seeks to understand the importance of family structures in mitigating violence in fragile settings.


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Oliver Jütersonke

Head of Research

Oliver is the Head of Research of the Graduate Institute's Center on Conflict, Development and Peacebuilding (CCDP). Much of his current empirical research covers peacebuilding and the complex relationships between security and development, with a particular focus on the social and spatial dynamics of urban violence and security provision. Fieldwork has taken him repeatedly to Madagascar, Rwanda and Timor-Leste.



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