Conflict and Fragility Management

Make development work in fragile contexts

APPLICATIONS ARE OPEN!
 

2020-2021 Course Dates

Module 1: Jul. to Aug. 2020
Module 2: Sep. to Dec. 2020
Module 3: Feb. 2021

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Bruno Medroa, Programme Officer
+41 (0)22 908 62 53 | dpp.conflict@graduateinstitute.ch

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Who is this programme for?

 

Working professionals at mid-career to senior career level, who hold or aspire to leadership positions in governments, international organisations and NGOs, as well as those in private sector seeking relevant skills and exposure.

Arian Abdul Wassay
The findings and recommendations of my professional thesis have served as a baseline study of the Ministry of Education strategy for the expansion of affordable private schools in Afghanistan.
Arian Abdul Wassay '19
General Director of Planning and Evaluation, Ministry of Education, Afghanistan
Abdykalykova Gulnara
I expanded my horizons to keep myself updated about the current development context focusing on conflict and fragility aspects. I acquired research skills to see the development topic through the lens of social sciences.
Gulnara Abdykalykova '19
Director, Central Asian Institute of Sustainable Development, Kyrgyz Republic
Omaro Kane
Thanks to this programme, I have acquired a know-how that allows me to better articulate global initiatives to the local context, with a more strategic perspective.
Omaro Kane '19
Sustainability Project Coordinator, Private Sector, Ivory Coast

Executive certificate

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  • Immerse yourself during 5 weeks in our regional hub, in a small class setting

  • Analyse case studies and engage with international professionals on their field experience

  • Take advantage of a personalized follow-up, a stimulating group dynamic and visit projects together

  • Write a job-related paper

  • Enter a programme built upon the successful pedagogy and significant effects of the Executive Master in Development Policies and Practices (DPP) existing since 2003.

Executive master

Highlights
 

  • Be exposed to diverse global practices and engage with peers from all over the world

  • Conduct a job-related thesis to enhance your organisation’s effectiveness

  • Take advantage of instruction from both regional experts and internationally-recognized faculty

  • Discover Geneva-based international organisations

  • Enter a programme built upon the successful pedagogy and significant effects of the Executive Master in Development Policies and Practices (DPP) existing since 2003.

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